Everything seems to indicate that the new movie saga 007, () is the longest film by James Bond of all time. That’s what the site points to.
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marks the fifth and last time that Daniel Craig interprets Bond, since he replaced Pierce Brosnan in 2006.
Throughout its career, Bond franchise became more interconnected, with gathering the plots of, and. According to Naomie Harris, he will tie all the stories but with.
In addition to Christoph Waltz as Blofeld, he will bring back Jeffrey Wright as CIA field officer Felix Leiter and introduce a new story for Dr. Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux), connecting her to the film’s villain, Safin (Rami Malek).
James Bond’s longest film
With so many stories, it’s easy to believe that Craig’s latest film is one of the longest of all time. In fact, as stated, it now looks like it may be Bond’s longest film.
In the US, it’s appearing 163 minutes long (2 hours and 43 minutes) on ticket sites. This duration makes this the longest Bond film ever, breaking the record (148 minutes).
It is worth mentioning that this does not guarantee that it will have this duration on cinema screens. Last year, it was confirmed in 155 minutes, but ended up having 142 minutes.
Still, assuming the run time of 163 minutes does not materialize, there is a good chance it will be almost as long or even longer than.
In that case, the execution time would be justified; as director Cary Joji Fukunaga explained, the film is about Bond making peace with everyone and everything after completing his last and most challenging mission.
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