Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond is almost upon us at last, with tickets to see No Time to Die in cinemas now officially available.
Ahead of No Time to Die‘s long, long, long-awaited release later this month, the official Twitter account for Universal Pictures confirmed this morning (September 13) that you can book your tickets.
“The Box Office is open,” Universal announced, sharing a link to 007tickets.co.uk in the process.
As well as confirming No Time to Die‘s surprising running time and teasing a whole variety of trailers and first-looks, the website also allows fans to search for their nearest cinema and reserve tickets to see Bond in either IMAX or 2D.
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With ticket purchasing out the way, all that’s left to worry about is what snacks you’re going to enjoy when you get in your seat – and if the release date is likely to change again.
Just last week, No Time to Die confirmed its running time, with Daniel Craig’s fifth and final entry in the series becoming the longest Bond movie to date.
Clocking in at two hours and 43 minutes, No Time to Die‘s length puts the movie ahead of the previous record-holder Spectre, at two hours and 28 minutes, which itself was slightly longer than both Skyfall and Casino Royale.
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Starring the likes of Ana de Armas, Ralph Fiennes, Lashana Lynch, and Léa Seydoux, No Time to Die begins with Bond having left active service and “enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica”.
“His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help,” the synopsis continues.
“The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain [Rami Malek’s Safin] armed with dangerous new technology.”
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