It’s been a long time coming, but the 25th film in the James Bond franchise, No Time To Die, is finally here.
Daniel Craig returns as everyone’s favorite MI6 agent, 007, for the fifth and final time in this spy action from director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Also returning to their roles in the franchise are Léa Seydoux as Bond’s love interest, Madeleine Swan; Ben Whishaw as Bond’s Quartermaster, Q; Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny; Jeffrey Wright as Bond’s friend Felix; and Christoph Waltz as Bond’s enemy and foster brother, Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
As for the newcomers, Rami Malek stars as the new villain, Lyutsifer Safin; Lashana Lynch appears as a new “00” agent; while Ana de Armas plays a new CIA agent named Paloma.
This is the theatrical movie event of the year, but it’s a confusing time for theatrical movies at the moment. While some are available on streaming and in theaters, others are only in theaters. Here’s what to know about how to watch No Time To Die and when to expect No Time To Die on streaming.WHERE TO WATCH NO TIME TO DIE:
Right now, the only place to watch No Time To Die is in a movie theater. No Time To Die will begin playing in theaters across the U.S. on Friday, October 8. You can find a showing near you here.WHEN WILL NO TIME TO DIE BE ON STREAMING?
A digital release date for No Time To Die has not yet been announced, and it’s hard to predict when the film will become available to rent on demand.
No Time to Die is an MGM/United Artists release, and unlike other movie studios during the pandemic, MGM has not had a consistent digital release strategy for its films. One recent MGM film, Respect, came to VOD just two weeks after releasing in theaters.
But given how hugely anticipated No Time To Die is, our best guess is that the film will stay in theaters exclusively for at least 45 days—a window many studios are now adhering to—if not longer. By that timeline, you likely won’t be able to watch No Time To Die at home until mid-to-late November, or later. Once the film does come to digital, you’ll be able to rent it on Amazon Prime, iTunes, YouTube, Google Play, Vudu, and more.
Keep in mind, this is all guesswork—take these estimates with a grain of salt.WILL NO TIME TO DIE BE ON HBO MAX?
No. No Time To Die is being released by MGM, not Warner Bros, and therefore it will not be released on HBO Max at the same time that it is in theaters. While HBO Max—which is owned by Warner Media—has been the streaming home for Warner Bros. 2021 theatrical releases like The Many Saints of Newark during the COVID-19 pandemic, the streaming service will not be the streaming home for theatrical releases from other studios like MGM.IS NO TIME TO DIE ON NETFLIX?
No. No Time To Die is not on Netflix and likely will not be on Netflix any time soon. If you’re dying to see the film and feel like you’re running out of time, your best option right now is to go see No Time To Die in a movie theater.