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After its first weekend, 007's newest movie Spectre made history not only by taking the box office, but also by having the second highest opening for a Bond movie of all time ($70.4 million). First place is still firmly held by Skyfall, which made $88.4 million on its opening weekend in 2012. Let's look at the rest of the top 5 Bond box office openings:

#3 - Quantum of Solace ($67.5 million)

Daniel Craig's second appearance as 007 premiered in 2008. While the movie received less-than-stellar reviews, Bond's mission to track down Mr. Greene and stop his plot to ruin Bolivia's economy earned a respectable claim to the #3 spot on this list.

#4 - Die Another Day ($47.1 million)

Pierce Brosnan's final portrayal of James Bond was not his best movie, but the 2002 film landed the fourth best Bond opening weekend of all time.

#5 - Casino Royale ($40.8 million)

Daniel Craig's first turn as Bond, released in 2006, nabbed the final spot in the Bond top 5. All of Craig's Bond movies are in the top 5 for Bond Opening weekend box office numbers.

What did you think of Spectre? Do you think Craig will return as Bond for another installment? Sound off in the comments, and thanks for reading!



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