James Bond fans should get set for something unique as the runtime for the upcoming No Time To Die makes it the longest Bond film yet.
The films in the franchise are known to be in the two-hour range, but No Time To Die takes things further as it has been revealed to be 163 minutes long.
Before now, the longest film was Spectre, which was made on a runtime of 148 minutes. The latest film’s record puts it at nearly three hours long!
It’s hard to figure out how the director plans to keep fans’ attention during that time, but our bet is that he will give it his best.
This is actor Daniel Craig’s last outing as the British spy, so he will definitely go out in style.
Check out No Time To Die trailer below: