James Bond: No Time To Die Movie 4K UHD DVD And Blu-Ray Release Date
No Time To Die arrived in theaters at the beginning of October and starting from December 21st it will also be available in 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD. As we know the film will represent Daniel Craig's farewell to the role of agent 007, and while Warner brings the box sets of old James Bond, everyone is wondering who the new agent 007 will be.
The film was released in early October and has already established itself as one of the best-grossing films of the year with $ 700 million in earnings. So, the idea of bringing it to our shelves so early is actually very clever: it will arrive, in fact, just in time for the holidays.
The new releases of No Time To Die will include a lot of special content. In fact, we will be able to take a look behind the scenes of the opening scene shot in Matera with the Aston Martin DB5, one of James Bond's most iconic cars. In addition, we will also know the method of working in action scenes, in which the director preferred to use classic practical effects rather than CGI.
But that's not all. In fact, in the bonus contents of the box set, we will take a trip to the exotic places of the Bond films. Here we will return to Bond's spiritual home, Jamaica, and embark on a global journey that will take us, Norway and Scotland. All of this while Daniel Craig, Cary Fukunaga, and other professionals who have worked on the franchise talk about what it was like to shoot in these spectacular locations.
In another special, production designer Mark Tildesley and costume designer Suttirat Anne Larlarb, along with the cast and other directors, talk about the inspiration and challenges faced in creating sets and costumes for the iconic franchise.
Finally, there will be a 45-minute special paying tribute to Craig's Bond, initially greeted with skepticism by fans. In this video, we'll take a look back at his last 15 years, in which he shot six films as the most famous British spy ever.
You are ready? James Bond: No Time To Die arrives in 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD on December 21, 2021.