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Heading into awards season, many movies want to up their chances for nominations, leading to some titles being released in theaters again. That case could not be affected by the recent decision to take Daniel Craig’s no time to die back in a limited theatrical run, which is scheduled to start this weekend. However, this new victory lap for the end of the current era of James Bond raises two big questions: when will fans be able to see the movie on the big screen again, and are there plans for the other 007 movies in the canon to get the same treatment? Let’s break this down step by step, okay?

Where and when you can catch No Time to Die on the big screen (again)

For an advertisement MGM and the official social networks of the James Bond brand, no time to die it is now confirmed to return to select IMAX theaters on Friday, January 21. As of right now, this is purely a large-format affair, which makes a lot of sense. As the first Bond movie to shoot sequences with IMAX cameras and film, giving fans who may have missed this gigantic experience another spin behind the wheel is only fair. In addition, MGM has prepared some extras for the occasion, starting with this special version of the studio’s logo, combined with the 60th anniversary of 007:

That’s not the only surprise in store for Bond fans, as a special question-and-answer session will precede special opening night screenings of Bond. no time to die. Participants in that discussion include co-writer/director Cary Joji Fukunaga, franchise producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, and, of course, Commander Bond himself, Daniel Craig. It’s a lot of fuss for movie 25 007, which could help boost the box office for the pandemic-era hit. With that said, what’s going on with the other 24 James Bond tickets that are more than ready to return to theaters?

(Image credit: EON Productions)

Could the other 24 James Bond movies be shown again for the 60th anniversary?

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