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Golden Globe and New Guinness World Record for No Time To Die

10 January, 2022

No Time To Die received a Golden Globe for Best Original Song and earned another Guinness World Record for most high explosives detonated in a single take.

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Golden Globe

The title song No Time To Die by Billie Eilish and Finneas won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song (Motion Picture) on Sunday 9 January 2022. The song is also a contender for the upcoming 94th Academy Awards, on which will be announced on Sunday, March 27, 2022.

In 2021, Billie Eilish also won a Grammy Award for the No Time To Die theme song in the category Best Song Written For Visual Media.

Hans Zimmer, who worked on the No Time To Die theme song and score, won a Golden Globe for his score for the movie Dune.

New Guinness World Record

No Time To Die is the holder of a new Guinness World Records title. The movie set the record for the most high explosives detonated in a single film take, with a total of 136.4 kg of TNT equivalent used in shooting the climatic finale.

This is the team’s second title working with Guinness World Records for explosions and was achieved by EON Productions, MGM Studios, Universal Pictures, Chris Corbould and Event Horizon (UK) on Salisbury Plain in England on 8th March 2019.

See more in the video below featuring Special Effects Supervisor Chris Corbould:

The 2015 movie SPECTRE also holds another Guinness World Record, for the largest film stunt explosion, while Casino Royale (2006) achieved the record for the most cannon rolls in a car - the Aston Martin DBS that rolled over during the chase with James Bond and Le Chiffre.

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