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Then I’m in good company @RichardTheBruce , 😂!
Let’s see if Avatar 2 will top that.
But let’s not forget it came out when COVID was still a thing and that without an early digital release it would’ve bested SF. In a few words, NTTD smashed it.
It'll be crazy.
I heard B26 opens with a scorched/skeletal Craig Bond walking into M’s office for his next mission.
To be the relief of many fans who can’t seem to grasp what the nature of a reboot is. I never get tired of seeing those folks on social media commenting “but they killed him! How does it make sense that he’ll be back when he’s dead?!”
I bet those are also the same people who haven't quite been able to figure out how Dench's M managed to travel through time.
A friend of mine was only casually familiar with Bond, and she assumed with each actor the series rebooted itself, or at least soft rebooted as we saw with the Burton and Schumacher Batman films where certain actors carried over across the films but for the most part they’re not continuity heavy
That’s kinda crazy.
I don’t think the comparison sticks. It would be like saying THUNDERBALL’s box office was unimpressive compared to THE SOUND OF MUSIC and DOCTOR ZHIVAGO.
I think you misread the point, NTTD did excellent for everything going on, IN comparison to some heavyweight properties Bond is at the level of, is what's being said.