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How to watch No Time To Die - can you stream the new James Bond movie?

Daniel Craig is back for his last run as 007 - how can you see the latest movie in the Bond franchise?

How to watch No Time To Die

How can you watch No Time To Die? Shaken, not stirred, but more than a little bit delayed, the new James Bond movie finally arrived on our screens in October 2021. Daniel Craig’s last outing as MI6’s finest agent, the spy movie was an epic conclusion to his tenure in the role, placing him against Rami Malek’s Lyutsifer Safin for the fate of the world.

Cary Joji Fukunaga directed the thriller movie, from a script by he, Robert Wade, Neal Purvis, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge. On top of being a swansong for Craig, it’s the 25th film in the James Bond continuity from Eon Productions, making it a landmark entry to the canon.

When, exactly, can you lay eyes on it? And by what means? Sure, it was in cinemas, but is there the option to stream it? If so, when? Consider us your personal Q for all things about when and where you can see the latest James Bond instalment, including all pertinent information. The only thing we can’t do is give you a fancy Aston Martin to watch it in – sorry.

How do I watch No Time To Die?

No Time To Die was released theatres from September 30 in the UK, and October 8 in the US. After a long series of delays, stretching back to November 2019, the adventure movie finally opened in major regions in autumn 2021. The world premiere took place in London on September 28.

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Can I stream No Time To Die?

Yes! Amazon acquired MGM, the distributor behind all Eon’s films, earlier this year, making its November 2021 release on streaming service Amazon Prime inevitable. It’s also available to watch on a range of other streaming platforms like Apple TV Plus and YouTube.

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Luckily, despite more than one pandemic-related delay, the movie got to have its theatrical run. Although it was rumoured that the movie would be limited to a digital release, James Bond’s producers maintained that he’s still primarily a hero of the silver screen. “We are committed to continuing to make James Bond films for the worldwide theatrical audience,” Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson, producers on the James Bond franchise, said in a statement in May.

If you prefer to do things the old fashioned way, you can pick up a physical copy of No Time To Die on DVD and Blu-ray now.

If that wasn’t enough, you can check out Bond’s entire back catalogue on Blu-ray, or just catch up on Daniel Craig’s movies thus far.