No time to die marks the end of Daniel Craig’s James Bond era, but if you haven’t been able to see it yet, now is your chance.
The film sees Bond returning to action when Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) shows up and asks for his help. A scientist has been kidnapped and may be linked to SPECTER, as well as a mysterious villain who holds deadly new technology.
No time to die dominated the box office and is still in theaters if you prefer the big screen experience. However, it has now received an early digital release so you can rent the movie from the comfort of your own home.
In the US, it’s already available to rent for $ 19.99 from iTunes and Amazon Prime Video, but UK fans still have a few days to wait as it will be available to rent from Friday 19 November.
No time to die will be available for rental on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes and other digital platforms in the UK. Like the other versions of Universal, the rental will likely cost £ 15.99 for a 48 hour rental window.
If you prefer to have a physical copy of Craig’s swan song, No time to die is available for pre-order now on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD ahead of its release on December 20. It is also available in an exclusive Steelbook version from Zavvi.
While we’re going to keep the spoilers out of here if you haven’t seen it, Craig’s latest Mission 007 comes out with a bang that has caught the attention of fans since it hit theaters last month.
The star recently revealed that No time to dieThe ending was actually something he had planned for since he started out as Bond 15 years ago.
No time to die will be available for digital rental in the UK from 19 November and is now in theaters.
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