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60 Minutes Australia

1st November 2021

Promotion for No Time To Die is ramping up Down Under

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60 Minutes Australia featured a segment on 'No Time To Die' on Sunday as the nation prepares for the oft-delayed release of the 25th James Bond film on November 11th. Due to government restrictions to curtail a COVID outbreak, Universal Pictures Australia pushed back the film to make it the last major market to experience Daniel Craig's final outing.

Host Karl Stefanovic interviewed Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, Lea Seydoux and producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson in New York City (a month ago during the USA press junket).

Expectations for the box-office in Australia are good, as they usually follow the success of the UK. If that holds true, 'No Time To Die' could earn around $35m down under. The headwind, however, is that due to the delay, a lot of the potential audience may have already experienced spoilers for the film.

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