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Stay home and watch one of this year's best movies, because No Time to Die is now available to rent in Canada, just one month after its box office premiere.

Originally released on October 8, No Time to Die is the latest installment of the James Bond franchise, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga with Daniel Craig reprising his iconic role as James Bond for the final time. Now in retirement, Bond is called into action after Felix Leiter asks for help dealing with a new terrorist threat, forcing 007 to confront demons from his past and face his toughest adversary yet.

No Time to Die is available to rent from several video streaming services in Canada and we've listed the most popular options below.

No Time to Die has received positive reviews and all rental options support a maximum streaming resolution of 4K HDR with up to a 72-hour viewing window from the time you start playing.

While the film is still playing in many theatres across Canada, video-on-demand rentals are an excellent option for those still apprehensive about indoor crowds or those who prefer watching movies at home.

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    • ** Spoilers **

      Bond had to die? I just watched it last night. Saddened. Spent so many years with this character.

      Any word on the new Bond actor?
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    • I wonder why they used a Nokia phone instead of a Sony Xperia.
      Xperia is going pro route and leave general consumers market to the Chinese. Hence taking money from someone else is better than trying prop up you own products as you are exiting anyway.
      Could also be a nightmare if anyone's earnings were tied to box office performance.
      Point being - there could have also been all sorts of problems with making the switch.

      I am curious how contracts in the industry now work.
      I imagine there are now specific contingency stipulations for skipping theatrical runs in lieu of streaming.
      You sue like Scarjo. Got a feeling rarely any actor can command a cut of the box office now unless they are 2-3 films into a proven IP/franchise.

      As Anthony Mackie said, people don't go out to the movies to see the stars any more.
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    • I wonder why they used a Nokia phone instead of a Sony Xperia.
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    • So after finally watching this, I have to say that overall it was a good movie. It was definitely a little different than the last 4 Bond films. I found the action scenes to be a little bit more subdued than previous (not as over the top) and there to be an equal mix of action and dramatic scenes spread out through the movie.

      I did find Rami Malek's character of Lyutsifer Safin to be somewhat underwhelming though. His screentime was quite low as was Blofeld's.

      Despite a runtime of 2:43, I didn't feel that the movie dragged anywhere in particular and although I wouldn't rank it near the top of all-time James Bond films, all in all, it was a good movie and a good sendoff for Daniel Craig.
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    • I watched this tonight and this edition felt like a light version of what a Bond movie usually brings. From the opening graphics to the action sequences, this was more of diet, sugar free edition. I understand that it was made in different circumstances than usual and that may account for this result. In the end, Bond is Bond and there is something that brings you back to see it again.
      My thoughts exactly. It was gorgeous to look at but I was bored whenever the villian was on screen and couldn't care less about his motivations. While watching I couldn't help but think about how fun the Pierce Brosnan movies are and would rather be watching those, especially the first two
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    • I watched this tonight and this edition felt like a light version of what a Bond movie usually brings. From the opening graphics to the action sequences, this was more of diet, sugar free edition. I understand that it was made in different circumstances than usual and that may account for this result. In the end, Bond is Bond and there is something that brings you back to see it again.
      Agreed, I felt the same way. Felt very average. I wish Ana De Armas had more screen time. She was a stand out. They should have swapped her and Lashana's roles around.
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    • I watched this tonight and this edition felt like a light version of what a Bond movie usually brings. From the opening graphics to the action sequences, this was more of diet, sugar free edition. I understand that it was made in different circumstances than usual and that may account for this result. In the end, Bond is Bond and there is something that brings you back to see it again.
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    • I just streamed this yesterday. Wow. WOW, WOW! I loved it. Loved the more relaxed pacing and the deeper explorarion of Bond's pyche. I initially had deep misgivings about where they were taking Bond and the franchise as a whole. But, wow, what a fantastic end to the Daniel Craig era. 9/10.

      I had to watch the entire end credits to make sure - "James Bond will return".
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    • yah, that's got to hurt. What to they keep of that 240 to 250 million? Might of been a poor life choice banking on a theatrical run, when you could of sold it to streaming for more.
      Could also be a nightmare if anyone's earnings were tied to box office performance.
      Point being - there could have also been all sorts of problems with making the switch.

      I am curious how contracts in the industry now work.
      I imagine there are now specific contingency stipulations for skipping theatrical runs in lieu of streaming.
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    • That was quick. Watching that piece tonight. $0
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    • Yes, the studio was said to be looking for a deal of roughly $600 million
      https://collider.com/no-time-to-die-mgm ... e-details/

      Worldwide box total is $600+ million currently

      From Box Office Mojo

      All Releases
      DOMESTIC (22.4%)
      $136,971,408
      INTERNATIONAL (77.6%)
      $473,472,000
      WORLDWIDE
      $610,443,408
      yah, that's got to hurt. What to they keep of that 240 to 250 million? Might of been a poor life choice banking on a theatrical run, when you could of sold it to streaming for more.
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    • That's super quick. I guess this is the way it is right now with new big tentpole movies coming out every 2 weeks. You get 2 weeks to make your $$ and the next movie starts.

      I'm really glad I got the chance to see it on the big screen, but I'm wondering how the movie company that made it is feeling about not taking up some of the streaming services on offers to buy the rights to it. If it made 600m internationally they probably keep less than half (you get half of domestic revenue, and maybe 1/3 of international). I think Amazon offered them 600m for it, so that's quite a penalty for putting out in the theatre.
      Yes, the studio was said to be looking for a deal of roughly $600 million
      https://collider.com/no-time-to-die-mgm ... e-details/

      Worldwide box total is $600+ million currently

      From Box Office Mojo

      All Releases
      DOMESTIC (22.4%)
      $136,971,408
      INTERNATIONAL (77.6%)
      $473,472,000
      WORLDWIDE
      $610,443,408
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  • zod
    • Available for streaming rental for $20 USD Tuesday

      https://deadline.com/2021/11/no-time-to ... 234869456/
      That's super quick. I guess this is the way it is right now with new big tentpole movies coming out every 2 weeks. You get 2 weeks to make your $$ and the next movie starts.

      I'm really glad I got the chance to see it on the big screen, but I'm wondering how the movie company that made it is feeling about not taking up some of the streaming services on offers to buy the rights to it. If it made 600m internationally they probably keep less than half (you get half of domestic revenue, and maybe 1/3 of international). I think Amazon offered them 600m for it, so that's quite a penalty for putting out in the theatre.
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    • They need $450 million+ global box office to break even. If they don't think they'll get it this Oct they'll have to either delay it again or sell the film to a streaming service.
      Crossed $600 Million at Global Box Office

      The 25th James Bond film continues to hold strong in a competitive market.
      https://collider.com/no-time-to-die-glo ... 0-million/


      The Daniel Craig James Bond Saga in 007 Minutes (2021 Update)
      Recap the events from Casino Royale to SPECTRE before you see No Time to Die. Watch the James Bond Collection - available on DVD, Blu-ray and digital platforms worldwide.
      Presented by No Time to Die.

      https://youtu.be/m1JqjuKcKew
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    • haha.....he really just walked away.
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    • Sounds like Borat interviewing him. lol
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    • ^ In Post #143 in the previous page, I had mentioned that already. However, after very recently hearing Richard Madden doing interviews for the ETERNALS I may have changed my mind. Rumour has it Barbara Broccoli is ready to offer him the role already, so I've been a little suspicious of Madden wearing tuxedos at multiple events to flex his tuxedo prowess to insure he gets the role. LOL
      Richard Madden was walking a red carpet for Eternals when an interviewer asked him about being the next James Bond. Madden's people quickly stepped in and the actor walked away without answering. So that's a no comment?
      https://screenrant.com/next-james-bond- ... -response/

      https://twitter.com/CultureCrave/status ... 7912965125
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    • The New York Times had director Cary Fukunaga break down an early action sequence. Filmed at Gravina di Puglia in Italy, the location scouting for the movie actually helped inform how they created the action itself rather than looking for a location to fit their ideas. This sequence was also filmed in IMAX, and the size of the cameras made shooting a little more challenging than it otherwise might have been.


      Watch Daniel Craig in Action | Anatomy of a Scene
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5wngMijElY
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    • just saw no time to die and liked the movie but thought it was a really bad ending to the craig era...

      not sure who will be the best for the next era but i read on reddit someone suggesting nolan direct the ian flemming blofeld trilogy which sounds awesome to me!
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    • Here's my take on the next Bond...
      • Eliminate all the big name actors who are already associated with other franchises. This means actors like Tom Hardy, Tom Hiddleston or Henry Cavill.
      • Idris Elba was initially the much-rumoured option many years ago but now, due to his age, probably won't be a top choice.
      • I don't forsee the franchise ready to commit to Bond being a female, so that eliminates Lashana Lynch.
      • There's been talk of Henry Golding being the first possible Bond with Asian heritage but I don't think the producers are ready to take that risk just yet.
      • I believe Regé-Jean Page would actually be a very reasonable choice, although he's got more of a Pierce Brosnan leanness and swagger to him so unlike Brosnan's over-the-top version where he's not quite as rough & gritty as Daniel Craig, the writers will need to bring him up to date perhaps using more realistic smarts and technology in place of brawn!
      • Lastly, the producers can opt for the traditional safe white male Bond character via solid actors like Sam Heughan, James Norton, Jamie Dornan, Luke Evans and Richard Madden. Of all these actors, I would choose Richard Madden, for overall look, for having previous success in a major TV series, and for being high profile enough but not overly so, in order to carry a whole movie franchise for the forseeable future. Madden would be my top pick.
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    • ^ In Post #143 in the previous page, I had mentioned that already. However, after very recently hearing Richard Madden doing interviews for the ETERNALS I may have changed my mind. Rumour has it Barbara Broccoli is ready to offer him the role already, so I've been a little suspicious of Madden wearing tuxedos at multiple events to flex his tuxedo prowess to insure he gets the role. LOL
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    • I was just watching the red carpet world premiere for Marvel's ETERNAL. I just realized when they interviewed Richard Madden from this movie and Games of Thrones fame, he should definitely be included in that list of actors to play James Bond. He looked great in his tuxedo and that is also one of the requirements for playing BOND. lol
      Regé-Jean Page would be a more interesting choice than Madden to me.
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    • With $103.8 million domestic and $474 million worldwide, No Time to Die has passed the $468 million cume of Godzilla Vs. Kong. It’s the second-biggest Hollywood flick in terms of raw global grosses for 2020 and 2021. Whether it stays strong (especially overseas) and passes the $716 million cume of F9 is an open question.

      How James Bond Movies Became More Popular By Refusing To Evolve
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    • Madden would be absolutely perfect as the next Bond.
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    • I was just watching the red carpet world premiere for Marvel's ETERNAL. I just realized when they interviewed Richard Madden from this movie and Games of Thrones fame, he should definitely be included in that list of actors to play James Bond. He looked great in his tuxedo and that is also one of the requirements for playing BOND. lol
      Yes, if the producers decide to go with an established actor.

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    • I was just watching the red carpet world premiere for Marvel's ETERNAL. I just realized when they interviewed Richard Madden from this movie and Games of Thrones fame, he should definitely be included in that list of actors to play James Bond. He looked great in his tuxedo and that is also one of the requirements for playing BOND. lol
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    • Saw an IMAX showing yesterday morning at Scotiabank.

      I'll start by saying I've never been a huge fan of Bond movies (too much action/getting ladies and too little story/depth) and always preferred the Mission Impossible franchise for the most part, but IMO Craig has played him best.

      So with that out of the way, I loved No Time to Die.

      Great to see something shot in IMAX screened how it should be, excellent story and side characters (Malek did the villain thing proud but I wish he had more material/backstory to work with), and the cinematography and direction were stellar. I hope Fukunaga will get his hands on directing more flicks in this genre.
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    • Where to watch this online legally for those too nervous and old to go to the cinema?
      I saw the 11am showing on Thanksgiving. Attendance was very low. YMMV "In Hiding"
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    • Where to watch this online legally for those too nervous and old to go to the cinema?
      If your time is flexible, I'd recommend going to a matinee.
      I went and watched the 12 noon regular screening at Cineplex Queensway (Etobicoke) yesterday (Wed).
      I think there were about 20 people in total - no one even remotely close to me (large room).
      Instead of purchasing in advance, I purchased from a Kiosk when I arrived.
      When selecting your seat, it shows which ones are occupied, so you can put yourself as far away as possible.

      I was very apprehensive about going back to movies - I think the noon screening a week or so after debut gives you pretty good odds for emptiness.
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    • Where to watch this online legally for those too nervous and old to go to the cinema?
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