While it is wise to note that the only Bond 22 release date thus far confirmed by Eon Productions is 7 November 2008, the IMDb has been updated with some further dates for Daniel Craig’s second James Bond film.
As initially reported by CommanderBond.net back in September, Bond 22 was slated for release (according to the IMDb) on 7 November in the UK, US, Brazil, Denmark, Sweden and Turkey. Germany and the Netherlands are scheduled to get the film one day earlier on the sixth.
Most recently, France and Belgium are listed as getting a 5 November release while 007 fans in Australia will have to wait until the 13th. The full listing from the IMDb:
- Belgium – 5 November 2008
- France – 5 November 2008
- Germany – 6 November 2008
- Netherlands – 6 November 2008
- Brazil – 7 November 2008
- Denmark – 7 November 2008
- Finland – 7 November 2008
- Spain – 7 November 2008
- Sweden – 7 November 2008
- Turkey – 7 November 2008
- UK – 7 November 2008
- USA – 7 November 2008
- Australia – 13 November 2008
Once again, keep in mind that this release information should be considered unofficial until confirmed by Eon / Sony Pictures Entertainment. In the case of Casino Royale, several international release dates for the film were switched around a few times before the film premiered in November 2006.
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