Netflix Wants to Buy 'James Bond: No Time to Die' Movie for $600 Million
James Bond: No Time to Die – Photo: MGM / Universal Pictures

Netflix wants to buy ‘James Bond: No Time to Die‘ but waiting for MGM‘s last decision. 007’s latest movie skip the cinemas because of the ongoing pandemic.

Are you ready to watch the new James Bond movie on Netflix? If you are thinking like that. You must have to wait a while longer when MGM and Netflix agree on this film. This is the 25th Bond film and the last of the Daniel Craig also features as a lead cast and they normally want to premiere in cinemas in April 2020. But due to a huge ongoing pandemic crisis delayed the release date. Now, the official release date set for April 2nd, 2021.

However, MGM thought about selling the movies all rights to one of the biggest streaming platforms like Netflix, Disney+, Apple+, or others.

Will Netflix Release ‘James Bond: No Time to Die’ Movie?

It probably looks like that. Because Netflix and other platforms want to debut this movie on their service. We guess Netflix will add this Bond movie to its catalog in 2021.

There are some certain rumors about that one of the writer tweet about that and says, “I can’t get my head around the idea that we may well see James Bond debut on Apple TV+ or Netflix. The numbers I’ve been hearing the last few days are I N S A N E…”

Too many reports revealed that Apple has tried starring Daniel Craig’s No Time to Die has prepared a bid for a 12-month license ranging from $350 million to $400 million. This was well short of the $650 million to $700 million. Also, one source said that MGM was trying to make such a contract for this movie.

MGM would like to sell to another studio or streaming platform before the when pandemic ruins the film industry. Ulrich, sources talks, wanted to strike a settlement with the firm in the region of $8 billion. This is a high amount of money and while MGM controls a 4000 titles library which everything from “The Silence of Lambs” to “Rocky,” many intellectual titles that also has been heavily profited. MGM’s most important productions and Bond is the reason that an Apple or Netflix also prepares a trillion shell to release this Bond movie.

In addition to that, ‘James Bond: No Time to Die‘ movie costing the studio $1 million in interest per month while it sits on the catalog. Watch the trailer below!

8 comments
  1. I don’t have Netflix and don’t know how to stream. O ly way I Cann watch the 007 film is cinama or DVD coming out

  2. I’d rather see No Time To Die in a Movie Theater, because I really want to get back to the Theaters and see it in IMAX. Plus, they shot it with IMAX Cameras, and you can’t rob a movie from the IMAX.

    1. I completely agree with you. Watching it on Imax is an amazing way to watch a 007 movie. The producers have spent the money to film it using 70mm Imax cameras.
      This will be the first James Bond movie to be shot with an IMAX Camera. Previous Bond films exhibited in IMAX theaters were converted by up-scaling to the IMAX format i.e. they were optimized for IMAX theaters. This movie was also filmed with 65mm Panavision cameras.
      Unlike just the regular 35mm format digital cameras.
      So how can anyone want to watch this movie for the very first time, in any form, but in a movie theater

  3. I would be willing to pay for this in ITunes as long as ultra hd. But also sell to Netflix. Their are avid Bond collectors out there. Why isn’t anyone thinking outside the box? Why not invest in pay preview theater direct? Give the opportunity for the customer to rent directly from home the first month.

    1. Sorry, but watching a new 007 movie, for the very first time, in any form, other than going to a movie theater, sitting in the dark, watching it on a huge screen, synchronized with the cirrect sound system, along with all the other 007 fans, is just not an option.
      At least not for a true and real, die hard 007 fan.

      And since this will be the first James Bond movie to be shot with an IMAX Camera. Previous Bond films exhibited in IMAX theaters were converted by up-scaling to the IMAX format i.e. they were optimized for IMAX theaters. This movie was also filmed with 65mm Panavision cameras.
      Why would anyone in their sane mind, want to watch it any other way, for the first time.

  4. To quote Sir Sean Connery (R.I.P. –
    oh oh heaven), from Goldfinger,
    James Bond : “My dear girl, there are some things that just aren’t done, such as drinking Dom Perignon ’53 above the temperature of 38 degrees Fahrenheit.”
    And not watching a new 007 movie, for the very first time, in a dark theater filled with other 007 fans, is simply just not done.
    How can anyone in their right mind, possibly enjoy seeing this new 007 movie, for the very first time, at home on just a tv screen, laptop, tablet, or a phone screen?
    Are you kidding me, anyone willing to do this, is not a real, true and loyal 007 fan at all.
    Some traditions just are not made to be broken, not for money, not for anything.
    And I’m sure that Sean Connery believed in proper traditions such as this.
    Unfortunately, in our world today, we are just so willing to accept alternatives to some traditional things.
    Shame on the human race…

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