The title of the next James Bond film might be No Time to Die, but the irony is for this installment, Mr. Bond has plenty of time. According to reports, the upcoming flick will be the longest 007 movie to date.

US theater chain Regal revealed that Daniel Craig’s final Bond movie will clock in at an impressive 163 minutes — nearly three hours. The previous longest Bond film was 2015's Spectre, which ran for 148 minutes and also starred Craig.

To be fair, No Time to Die has got a lot on its plate. The film has two villains to contend with, the returning Christoph Waltz and newcomer Rami Malek. In addition, this movie marks a monumental turn in the franchise, with Lashana Lynch taking up the mantle after Bond retires from the spy game.

No Time To Die will hit theaters nationwide April 8, 2020. Watch the trailer below.

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