“007: No Time to Die” may be the longest 007 movie ever made, with 163 minutes.

According tomedia CNET, the title of the next James Bond film is “007: No Time to Die”, but interestingly, the film is well-timed. According to Regal, the U.S. theater chain, the film’s 163-minute release is the longest 007 movie ever made. Universal Pictures did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The longest-running Bond film was “007: Ghost Party”, released in 2015, with a 148-minute film. Starring Daniel Craig, he also starred in the shortest-running James Bond film of all time: 007: The Great Quantum Crisis, which was released in 2008. The film was only 106 minutes long.

“007: No Time to Die” also stars Rami Marek, Ben Westshaw, Naomie Harris and others. The film will be released in the UK on 2 April and in North America on April 10.