No Time to Die is coming to Prime Video at the end of the week. What time can you stream the new James Bond movie on the platform?
As expected, No Time to Die is heading to Prime Video. It arrives at the end of the week, which is much earlier than we anticipated. MGM movies used to take a year to go from theaters to the streamer, but this one has taken nine months. This is likely linked to Amazon acquiring MGM Studios, so could be a sign of releases in the future.
This is the 25th James Bond movie, and it’s the fourth and final movie to star Daniel Craig as the lead character. We’re still waiting to see who will take on the character moving forward. Is it time for Idris Elba to take on the role?
No Time to Die release time on Prime Video
You’ll want to watch the movie as soon as it’s released, which means knowing how late you’re staying up. Most streaming platforms keep their releases for 3 a.m. ET on the day of release. Prime Video is very different.
This is a U.S. release rather than a global one. That means it doesn’t get the same treatments as the likes of The Boys and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. We most likely won’t get to watch this movie earlier than stated. That means no 7 p.m. ET drop on Thursday, June 9.
We’re expecting the release to happen at midnight ET on Friday, June 10. That could mean a 9 p.m. PT drop on Thursday, so it’s worth looking out if you’re on a later time zone than ET. There’s no guarantee of an early release, though.
No Time to Die is on Prime Video on Friday, June 10.