The newest James Bond film No Time To Die hit cinemas on September 29 after years of multiple delays caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The film has been a huge success, spending weeks at the top of the box office charts, sending out Daniel Craig‘s final film as 007 in style – but now the thriller reportedly coming to streaming services in the next few days.
No Time To Die is reportedly hitting Video On Demand (VOD) on November 9.
Reporter Cade Onder from ScreenRant recently posted a screenshot of an advert that claimed the film would be available to watch on Tuesday (9th).
He captioned the image: “God damn that was quick, No Time To Die is going to VOD on Tuesday, November 9.”
This information has since been confirmed by Screen Rant, who posited this fast turnaround could be down to Universal.
It is as of yet unclear whether this digital release is occurring worldwide, or just for the US.
At the time of writing, the price for the film’s rental or purchase has not been announced.
However, considering you can rent Spectre on Amazon Prime Video for £3.49, it may not be a bank-breaking sum.
No Time To Die was internationally distributed by Universal, which has a “31-day theatrical exclusivity window for all its films”, according to the publication.
This means that the film may have always been due to hit the small screens after those 31 days were up.
Fans will have to make do with No Time To Die on the small screen in the meantime as the future of James Bond is still unannounced.
Craig stepped down from the role, meaning a new actor will soon be sworn in to protect and serve in Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
At the moment, there are a number of actors who are in the running for this epic film role.
He currently has 7/2 on becoming the new 007, beating out Tom Hardy in the process.
The fan-favourite and Venom star currently has 4/1 to become Bond.
James Bond No Time To Die is in cinemas now.