Excitement for the new James Bond film Spectre has reached its peak following the red carpet premier and release in the UK, but a new report has suggested that it’s the longest of all of the Bond films.
Spectre’s length is reportedly 148 minutes (almost two and a half hours). Daniel Craig’s Bond films have typically been long, with Casino Royale running 144 minutes and Skyfall 143 minutes previously.
Spectre is now out in the UK & Ireland. Its worldwide release date is on November 6th.
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By Ruari Williamson