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IMDb Data Shows No Time to Die Is Currently Most Popular Title [EXCLUSIVE]

Screen Rant has exclusive data from IMDb and IMDbPro regarding the latest James Bond film, No Time to Die. IMDb is the world's most popular and authoritative source for movie, TV, and celebrity content and IMDbPro is the essential resource for entertainment industry professionals. The site takes a deep dive into movies and how fans around the world respond. No Time to Die, the 25th film in the Bond franchise and the last film starring Daniel Craig as 007, premieres in theaters on October 8.

No Time to Die sees Craig return as James Bond alongside Ben Whishaw as Q, Ralph Fiennes as M, Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter, and Léa Seydoux as Madeleine. New cast members include Rami Malek as the villain Lyutsifer Safin, Ana de Armas as Paloma, and Lashana Lynch as Nomi, a new oo agent. No Time to Die finds Bond retired and living in Jamaica, however his peace is short-lived when his old CIA friend Felix needs help finding a kidnapped scientist.

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IMDb and IMDbPro have released data surrounding fans' interest in No Time to Die and the James Bond franchise. The in-depth look shows how fans around the world have responded to the 25 films over the years. Most notable is the fact that No Time to Die is currently the number one most popular title in the world on IMDb and the film was the #4 most anticipated film of 2020. See the details from IMDb and IMDbPro below:

  • IMDbPro MOVIEmeter rankings, which chart on a weekly basis the page views of more than 200 million monthly visitors to IMDb, show No Time to Die is currently the #1 most popular title in the world and has been one of the top 10 most popular titles in the world three times.
  • Ahead of its originally planned release in 2020, No Time to Die was the #4 most anticipated movie of that year according to IMDbPro MOVIEmeter data on the actual page views of the more than 200 million monthly visitors to IMDb worldwide.
  • IMDbPro STARmeter rankings, which chart on a weekly basis the page views of the more than 200 million monthly visitors to IMDb, show Daniel Craig has been the #1 most popular star in the world three times and in the Top 10 nine times in the past decade (since 2012).
  • IMDbPro STARmeter rankings, which chart on a weekly basis the page views of the more than 200 million monthly visitors to IMDb, show Léa Seydoux has been the #1 most popular star in the world three times and in the Top 10 five times in the past decade (since 2012).
  • IMDbPro STARmeter rankings, which chart on a weekly basis the page views of the more than 200 million monthly visitors to IMDb, show Ana de Armas has been the #1 most popular star in the world 12 times and in the Top 10 60 times in the past decade (since 2012).
  • Data from Box Office Mojo (a service of IMDbPro) shows the total U.S. and Canada box office gross for all 24 prior films in the James Bond franchise (non-adjusted for inflation; not including ticket presales for No Time to Die) is $2.1 billion.
  • Skyfall (2012) is the all-time-highest-box-office-grossing film in the James Bond franchise (non-adjusted for inflation) at $1.11 billion worldwide, including $304.4 million in the U.S. and Canada.
  • The four prior films in the James Bond franchise featuring Daniel Craig in the starring role have grossed a total of $840.3 million at the U.S. and Canada box office (non-adjusted for inflation; not including ticket presales for No Time to Die). The total box office gross for Daniel Craig as 007 crossed the special $700M threshold on November 8, 2015, with the opening weekend of Spectre.
  • The U.S. and Canada opening weekend box office grosses for three consecutive films in the James Bond franchise ended with 007GoldenEye (1995), with $26,205,007; Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), with $25,143,007; and The World Is Not Enough (1999), with $35,519,007.
  • IMDb, which features hundreds of millions of searchable data items, has more than 6,400 images and 10,661 unique names credited for all 25 films in the James Bond franchise, including 2,036 unique names credited on No Time to Die.

Fans have been anticipating No Time to Die since its initial release which was scheduled for 2019. Seeing the data laid out from IMDb and IMDbPro is an interesting way to look at trends and see how fans' interests have grown and changed over the years. It will be interesting to see if No Time to Die's box office numbers reflect the data as well.

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