MGM Reportedly Wanted Even More Money To Take James Bond's No Time To Die To Streaming Than We Thought

But that’s only the beginning of the minefield that will prevent No Time To Die from heading to streaming. And if we’re honest, it’s an easier obstacle to navigate, as an issue familiar to James Bond fans has reared its head again. While MGM, the historic studio holding the domestic distribution rights to the James Bond series, might want to make a deal for No Time To Die’s streaming future sooner than later, the final decision has to be approved by Bond series producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson. Which, in a quote from an unnamed producer, basically boils down to this:

MGM Reportedly Wanted Even More Money To Take James Bond's No Time To Die To Streaming Than We Thought

But that’s only the beginning of the minefield that will prevent No Time To Die from heading to streaming. And if we’re honest, it’s an easier obstacle to navigate, as an issue familiar to James Bond fans has reared its head again. While MGM, the historic studio holding the domestic distribution rights to the James Bond series, might want to make a deal for No Time To Die’s streaming future sooner than later, the final decision has to be approved by Bond series producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson. Which, in a quote from an unnamed producer, basically boils down to this: