No Time To Die run time: How long is No Time To Die? The longest James Bond movie ever | Films | Entertainment

No Time To Die is a direct sequel to 2015’s Spectre, just as all the films of the Craig era follow on from each other.

The incumbent star and Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson have promised the new film will start what Casino Royale began in 2006, so fans had better get that rewatch started.

With almost six years between No Time To Die and Spectre, this is almost the longest gap in the 59-year-old 007 film franchise.

The lengthiest was between 1989’s Licence To Kill and 1995’s GoldenEye, although this period marked the end of Timothy Dalton’s era and the start of Pierce Brosnan’s in the post-Cold War world.

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