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Here's How You Can Stream No Time To Die At Home

One of the longest-running franchises in Hollywood is the James Bond franchise, which began with the release of "Dr. No" in 1962, based on a character written by Ian Fleming. In subsequent years, the films have seen many performers take on the mantle of the titular character, with Daniel Craig assuming the identity of the super-spy in 2006 with "Casino Royale."

The latest entry in the franchise, "No Time To Die," sees Craig reprise the role for the fifth and final time. Directed by Cary Fukunaga, the film also stars familiar faces Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Lea Seydoux, and Christoph Waltz, as well as newcomers Ana de Armas, Lashana Lynch, and Rami Malek as the main villain. The film was previously slated to be released in April 2020 before the pandemic forced a delay, with the producers eventually settling on a theatrical-only release date of October 8, 2021. This left many fans wondering when they would be able to stream the film, especially since many are still forgoing movie theaters in the ongoing pandemic. The details on that have finally been released. Here's how you can stream "No Time To Die" at home.

No Time To Die will be coming to VOD on November 9

An MGM representative spoke to Variety and said that "No Time to Die" will be available for digital rental in the US starting on Tuesday, November 9.

Major digital rental services will have the newest James Bond film available, such as Amazon, Vudu, Apple, DirecTV, Xfinity, and Spectrum. The cost to rent will be $19.99 and it will be available for 48 hours (per Variety). The film will also continue to play in theaters, giving viewers multiple options on how they'd like to see it.

There are no announced plans on being able to digitally purchase the film yet. It's unlikely that the film will be available for digital purchase until its theatrical run is complete, and it's similarly unlikely that the film will see a physical media release, either to purchase or rent, until it is out of theaters. It will likely be a very long time until the video hits any streamer for free.

Per Box Office Mojo, "No Time To Die" has earned nearly $137 million at the domestic box office since its release on October 8. It had the number one spot on its release weekend, before being dethroned by the horror franchise entry "Halloween Kills" the following weekend, falling further to third place with the release of the hotly anticipated adaptation of "Dune."