The latest James Bond movie took a mighty US$121 million at the international box office over its opening weekend.
The British and Irish box office led the way with a total of US$35 million, making "No Time to Die" the biggest movie release there of the coronavirus pandemic and the highest opening three-day weekend ever in the UK and Ireland for a Bond movie.
The film, which marks actor Daniel Craig's fifth and final outing as the British secret agent, was delayed three times from its planned April 2020 release date because of the pandemic.
The movie will begin screening in Fiji on Thursday.
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