After 15 years playing James Bond – longer than any other actor – Daniel Craig is finally stepping down from the role that made him an international superstar. No Time to Die finally opened in theaters in October after years of delays. It earned a respectable $150 million domestically, but did much better across the globe, earning more than $700 million total. Only F9 has made more money among Hollywood productions.
Already available on PVOD, No Time to Die will arrive on home video in time for the holidays. The Collector's Edition high-def release comes packed with bonus features. These include behind-the-scenes pieces on the big car chase and the practical stunts. “A Global Journey” explores the breathtaking locations, while “Designing Bond” goes in-depth on its impeccable costume work. Serious 007 fans will want to nab the 4K UHD release, which includes the exclusive 45-minute doc Being James Bond, as Daniel Craig discusses his tenure as the titular agent from 2006's Casino Royale until now.
No Time to Die reports for duty on December 21.