Daniel Craig stepped out in style with his latest James Bond assignment.

However, seeing Bond finally bite the dust in No Time to Die came as a huge shock to diehard 007 fans, who believed our favorite British super-spy would always remain untouchable.

Interestingly, Craig confirmed that he was the one who suggested Bond’s death in the first place.

“When I started out as a Bond at Casino Royale, one of the first discussions I had with [producers] Barbara [Broccoli] and Michel [G Wilson] was that I would like to be killed when I was done, ”he revealed (via Yahoo) in Paul Duncan’s new book The James Bond Archives: No Time to Die.

Craig’s revelation comes shortly after No Time to Die editor-in-chief Tom Cross confirmed that Bond’s death was planned from the start.

Speaking about how he had the love affair of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, where Bond’s wife is killed, going through his head throughout the filming process, Cross told IndieWire: “This was never in doubt and there was no alternative. “

Despite the controversial twist, the film broke box office records in the UK and overseas, doing more in its UK opening weekend than any other film in the history of the James Bond franchise, including Skyfall and Specter.

But when will Craig Bond’s Swan Song be released on DVD and be available to stream from the comfort of your own home? Read on for everything you need to know.

When will No Time to Die be released on DVD and Blu-ray?

A blockbuster typically spends three to four months in theaters before it airs elsewhere, but No Time to Die will be released on DVD much sooner than expected.

The new blockbuster 007 will be released on DVD on December 20, which means Bond fans can get their hands on one just in time for Christmas.

Fans will also be delighted to learn that the film is already available for pre-order ahead of its DVD and Blu-ray release – including as a limited-edition 4K Ultra HD Steelbook featuring James Bond leading his way. suave bulletproof DB5 on its cover. .

Collectors can get their hands on the Zavvi-exclusive item for £ 29.99, while a standard Blu-ray costs £ 14.99 and a DVD just £ 9.99.

Elsewhere at HMV, Bond fans can have a blast on a First Edition set that includes a 4k Ultra Blu-ray, Aston Martin keychain, 48-page mini-book, and a 55-page art card pack. , £ 99 from HMV.

When will No Time to Die be available to stream online in the UK?

No Time to Die Final Trailer

Daniel Craig as James Bond in one of the opening scenes of No Time To Die
MGM

No Time To Die is now available to rent for £ 15.99 on digital platforms such as Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Sky Store and other online movie retailers.

For most services you have 30 days to watch the movie but once started it will expire in 48 hours.

On Apple TV, iTunes extras will not be available with rental as they are only provided with purchased HD movies.

So now you can watch Bond’s 25th release from home, but you have to wait a little longer for the film to keep.

In the meantime, why not check out our list of official 007 movies in order, including information on how you can watch each of the movies.

When will No Time to Die be available for rental in the United States?

No Time to Die is coming to US digital rental platforms at Tuesday, November 9, which means the movie is now available to buy or rent from Amazon, Apple, Vudu, Spectrum, Xfinity, and DirecTV in the US, priced at $ 19.99.

Given that the film is a final farewell to Daniel Craig, it’s no surprise that the film holds the record for longest Bond film with its epic length. their local cinema.

Nomi (Lashana Lynch) and Bond (Daniel Craig) in No Time to Die

Nomi (Lashana Lynch) and Bond (Daniel Craig) in No Time to Die
MGM / EON Productions

As production on Bond’s swan song ended in October 2019, numerous release delays due to the global pandemic have left fans fearful that Craig’s final assignment as 007 will never see the light of day.

Thankfully, Bond fans flocked to theaters as the high octane film hit the big screen on September 30, 2021 and October 8, 2021 in the UK and US respectively.

If you’re looking for something else to watch, check out our TV Guide or visit our Movies hub for the latest news.