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How to watch Spectre

Spectre sees Daniel Craig return for his fourth round of 007 missions and with No Time To Die finally on the horizon - a Bond marathon is in order. It may be one of the most divisive Bond movies to date, but in the words of Bond himself "it's all a matter of perspective..." so here’s everything you need to know to watch Spectre online wherever you are in the world.  

Release date: 2015

Director: Sam Mendes

Cast:  Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Naomi Harris, Ben Whishaw, Dave Bautista, Monica Bellucci, Ralph Fiennes

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With MI6 still in disarray after the attacks in Skyfall, Spectre sees Craig globetrotting to hunt S.P.E.C.T.R.E, a criminal organization led by Ernst Stavro (Christoph Waltz). While on a mission to prevent the threats posed by the criminal syndicate, M confronts challenges in London to keep the 00 department alive. 

The 24th Bond film was one of the most expensive movies ever filmed, costing a staggering $300 million. Filming across five locations, the intense and gripping spy thriller focusses on the fast-paced action sequences with visual effects, stunts, and computer-generated imagery. 

While the Bond movie received mixed reviews, Sam Smith’s theme song ‘Writing’s on the Wall’ became the first in the history of the Bond franchise to have a number one song surpassing Adele’s Skyfall which came a close second. 

Can the 00 survive another round? Keep reading for all the details on how to watch Spectre wherever you are in the world. 

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Where to watch Spectre online in the US for free 

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Spectre is currently available to watch in the US in a few different places, and if you've got cable, you'll find a few providers offering the latest Bond movie. 

The FX channel comes as a part of your package, meaning you're able to stream Spectre with the online streaming platform, FX Now . Login by entering your cable provider details to access the movie. 

Other TV packages such as Spectrum TV and Direct TV also have Spectre available to watch, you'll just need to log in if you've got the app, or visit the online sites to stream. 

How to watch Spectre without cable and for free

You'll find the 2015 Spectre available to watch with FuboTV . New subscribers can access a 7-day FREE trial , and in that time you can watch Spectre, binge-watch the likes of Dexter and Schitts Creek. Once the free trial ends, a FuboTV cost of $64.99 a month will give you 111 channels, and a whole host of popular movies and TV shows. 

Outside of the US? As mentioned above, you can avoid regional blocks by checking out a VPN solution to stream your favourite films and TV from anywhere. 

Where to watch Spectre online in the UK

If you're a Virgin TV Go customer you're able to catch all the 007 action as Spectre is available to watch either on your TV or device. If you're looking for more Bond adventures ahead of the No Time To Die release, you'll also find the special  'Being James Bond' documentary on Virgin TV Go, featuring Daniel Craig as he chats all-things Bond with producers.  

Unfortunately, if you're not a Virgin TV customer, Spectre is currently only available for rental at £3.49 on either Amazon Prime Video , Apple TV, Google Play, YouTube or Rakuten TV. 

Those with Virgin TV wanting to log-in to watch the service from abroad will need to download a VPN to connect like they would at home.

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Canadian viewers looking for all the Bond films, including Spectre are in luck - Crave currently has the entire franchise of Bond movies available to stream.  

To watch Spectre, you’ll need to be signed on to the middle-tier subscription package, Movies + HBO to access the movie. A monthly subscription costs $19.98 plus tax, but before any payment first-time customers are able to sign up for a 7-day FREE trial .

Not in Canada? That's no problem- don’t forget a VPN will enable you to stream all your usual content, wherever you are, including your favorite Bond films.

Where to watch Spectre online in Australia 

If you're Down Under, you'll need to check out the rental options in order to watch Spectre. 

Currently, the 24th Bond film Spectre is available for Aussie viewers to rent on various platforms. You’ll find it available on either Fetch , or Microsoft for a rental price of AUS$3.99. Alternatively, you can pay an extra dollar to have up to 30 days to watch and 48 hours after hitting play at Apple TV, Google Play, or YouTube TV.

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Where to watch Spectre: Is it streaming on Netflix?

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We’ve been expecting you, Mr. Bond….

For some time, actually. As you may be aware, many fans of the 007 franchise have argued No Time to Die as somewhat of a cursed film over the years.

From on-set injuries to directors departing the project – never mind the numerous delays – it’s perhaps a little difficult to dispute. After all, it was originally scheduled to hit cinemas as far back as November 2019.

Nevertheless, excitement has continued to build over the last couple of years, perhaps helping to make it the most anticipated movie event of 2021.

Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the blockbuster has been billed as Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing as the slick superspy. Considering this, we can expect Bond to reflect upon his past, so perhaps we should take a trip down memory lane too.

Entering No Time to Die equipped with information is wise, and what better way to get a franchise refresher than watch the previous film in the series. So, here’s where to watch Spectre on streaming.

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Where to watch Spectre

Spectre is available to rent or purchase on such streaming services as Amazon Video, iTunes, Google Play Movies, and Microsoft Store.

The rental price on Amazon Video (HD) in the US is just $3.99, while UK audiences can gain rental access from the low cost of £3.49.

It’s not on Netflix at the moment, unfortunately; alas, it’s cheap enough to seek out elsewhere.

Spectre was released in 2015 and served as Sam Mendes’ second film in the franchise after helming the immensely successful Skyfall . Of course, Daniel Craig is back front-and-centre, fighting against the titular global criminal organisation and its mysterious leader Ernst Stavro Blofeld (played by Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained ).

The antagonist aims to launch a national surveillance network to oversee criminal activities around the world. It’s a riveting race against the clock, and whether you’re seeing it for the first, second or even fifth time before No Time to Die, it’s still worth putting on in preparation.

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“We couldn’t think about Skyfall”

Now that you know where to watch Spectre, it’s worth reminiscing Daniel Craig’s interview with Time Out for the film back in the day.

When asked how he would describe the film, he explained:

“The complicated answer, without me having to think of some clever line, is that Skyfall did really well and broke all sorts of records and was a massive success. Then we had to do another one – which for all of us, the director Sam Mendes included, felt incredibly daunting.”

He added: “What the f**k are we going to do? Once we started, we realised we couldn’t think about Skyfall . We had to think about this film.”

It’s likely that the same approach was taken with the latest outing. Speaking of which…

The wait is over. #NoTimeToDie is in cinemas in the UK now. pic.twitter.com/JmWT7G1AF5 — James Bond (@007) September 30, 2021

No time to waste

If you’ve been chronicling the promotional material and delays from the very start then the fact that No Time to Die is here may feel slightly surreal.

You’re not dreaming – it’s here. No Time to Die is screening in UK cinemas from Thursday, September 30th 2021.

As of yet, there are no streaming release date details, so the big screen is the place to be if you’re keen to see it as soon as possible.

This time around we have Rami Malek ( Bohemian Rhapsody ) as the villain, Lyutsifer Safin, as well as series newcomers such as Ana de Armas ( Knives Out ) showcasing their talents.

If you’re heading out to the cinemas, make sure to turn off your gadgets, strap in and witness the final chapter. The end of an era. No Time Die.

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A cryptic message from the past leads James Bond (Daniel Craig) to Mexico City and Rome, where he meets the beautiful widow (Monica Bellucci) of an infamous criminal. After infiltrating a secret meeting, 007 uncovers the existence of the sinister organization SPECTRE. Needing the help of the daughter of an old nemesis, he embarks on a mission to find her. As Bond ventures toward the heart of SPECTRE, he discovers a chilling connection between himself and the enemy (Christoph Waltz) he seeks.

Rating: PG-13 (Language|Intense Sequences of Action|Sensuality|Some Disturbing Images|Violence)

Genre: Action, Adventure, Mystery & thriller

Original Language: English

Director: Sam Mendes

Producer: Michael G. Wilson , Barbara Broccoli

Writer: John Logan , Neal Purvis , Robert Wade , Jez Butterworth

Release Date (Theaters): Nov 6, 2015  wide

Release Date (Streaming): Jul 24, 2016

Box Office (Gross USA): $200.1M

Runtime: 2h 28m

Distributor: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Production Co: Danjaq Productions, Eon Productions Ltd., Columbia Pictures, MGM, Sony Pictures Entertainment

Sound Mix: Dolby Digital

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Daniel Craig

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Ralph Fiennes

Monica Bellucci

Ben Whishaw

Naomie Harris

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Rory Kinnear

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Marco Sciarra

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Robert Wade

Jez Butterworth

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Audience reviews for spectre.

Visually stylish and a nice homage to the 60s Bond movies, neatly tying together plot points from the previous Daniel Craig bond movies, but felt quite pedestrian, I never really felt anything for any of the characters: things just happened without any excitement or emotion. At least it wasn't too silly, but again lacked humour.

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One of the most obvious characteristics of the Bond series is that each instalment of the franchise can sit on its own. Modern audiences are asked to believe that the character has been the same age for more than 50 years, and the series has bent or tinkered with its conventions ever so slightly as the decades have rolled past in order to stay relevant. While this has kept the Bond series as a whole firmly in the realms of fantasy, it has allowed individual entries in the series to push for something more gritty or realistic; if it works, it's embraced and carried forward, and if not the series reverts to type with very few tears. Since the franchise was effectively rebooted with Casino Royale, an approach more becoming of comic books has been employed: different writers and directors come in and somehow try to stitch all the character's actions together into an overarching narrative. Doctor Who, Sherlock and Star Wars have all shown that this is not an easy thing to pull off, and it's harder still to convince an audience that such an undertaking was always intentional. Spectre attempts to tie together the events of its predecessors with a story about chickens coming home to roost - and while there is much to applaud about Sam Mendes' film, it is also riddled with problems. The first such problem is the amount of emphasis given to each of the previous films. You would imagine that any story which seeks to claim that the events of Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace and Skyfall were all an elaborate means to bring us to this point would place an equal weight on each instalment and the events therein. Instead, Quantum of Solace has been practically airbrushed out of history; besides the odd mention of Quantum, we get no reference to its plot and Dominic Greene is never seen on camera. The refusal to even hint at it is too constant a factor for it to be an accident; it is as though the whole production threw up their hands, admitted that it was terrible, and then asked us to forget that it ever existed. A related problem is that the script for Spectre is deeply conflicted, especially when it comes to the film's female characters. Madeleine Swann is written like two completely different people who have been composited; one moment she's being icy cold, compelling and giving Bond a run for his money with a gun, the next she's being captured for the umpteenth time and needing to be rescued. For all the steps forward that the Daniel Craig era has taken, it still can't resist a damsel in distress. None of the women in Spectre are given a fair crack of the whip. Even if we put Léa Seydoux to one side, that still leaves us with Monicca Bellucci. The film has a great opportunity here, casting an older woman with the promise of a deeper relationship. Instead, she gets five minutes of screen time to look scared, sleep with Bond and then leave. Dressing her in stockings is at best a nod back to Teri Hatcher in Tomorrow Never Dies and at worst just lazy fanservice. Not every woman in Bond's life has to be helpless without him, and the series has been at its best when the women are equal to him - either in a fetishistic way, like Xenia Onatopp or Bambi and Thumper, or something more mature and three-dimensional. Then there are the villains to consider. Sherlock's Andrew Scott waltzes through the whole film like he has "bad guy" tattooed on his forehead, but at least he's fully committed to what he is doing. Christoph Waltz, meanwhile, is completely underwhelming as Blofeld. Having Bond and Blofield as adopted brothers is workable, but Waltz can't decide whether to play it as the Jew Hunter from Inglorious Basterds or as a straight-up pantomime. He seems uncomfortable in the costume, looking like Hyman Roth in The Godfather Part II but without the threat. Either it's just a bad performance, or Mendes didn't know what he wanted from the character. Further evidence of a confused director can be found in the torture scene. The rope torture and poisoning scenes in Casino Royale were justified; they were both an effective means of moving to a grittier style and a meaningful way of showing Bond's vulnerability. Torture has been used as a novelty in Bond films before - there's a lot of it in the Brosnan era, whether Xenia's thighs in Goldeneye or the neck-breaking chair in The World Is Not Enough. But here it feels all too routine, as if Mendes said: "We need a torture scene here" and then got the specifics from a trip to the dentist. Like Skyfall before it, Spectre makes a number of conscious nods to its back catalogue. There's a lot more references to the Connery era this time around, with the DB5 and the gadgets on the DB10 nodding to Goldfinger, and Blofeld's cat and base borrowing heavily from You Only Live Twice. The sequence on the train is essentially a more stereoidal take on the train fight in From Russia with Love, and Swann's appearance particularly in the dining car is strongly influenced by Tatiana Romanova. But unlike its predecessor, these references are here for their own sake rather to make any attempt at justifying the franchise's longevity. There are a lot of plot details in Spectre which don't make sense or which are disappointing - another probable consequence of having four writers. The DNA scan on the Spectre ring is both a very arbitary gadget and a contrived plot device, asking us to accept both the technology and the fact that all the people involved would have worn the same ring. Then there's the ease with which Bond is able to blow up Blofeld's base, or the comparable ease with which Blofeld is able to wire up the whole of the MI6 building without anyone noticing. The final act is deeply anticlimatic, falling emotionally short where The Bourne Ultimatum hit a home run. In the midst of all these niggles, flaws and frustrations, there is an awful lot about Spectre which can be enjoyed, at least in the moment. For all its concessions to cliché, the film does make some interesting points about our increasingly surveillance-driven world and how easily it can be manipulated. The set-pieces are beautifully filmed, with Mendes lending excellent coverage to both the car chases and the long opening shot in Mexico. If you only watch Bond films for the car chases and fight scenes, rest assured they are still exhilirating enough to allow you to gloss over the plot holes. There are also improved performances within the supporting cast. Ben Whishaw's Q in Skyfall was essentially Brains from Thunderbirds, but here he becomes more rounded and appealingly tetchy. It's a different Q from Desmond Llewellyn's, but it still feels like a kindred spirit. Ralph Fiennes was always going to have a hard job following Judi Dench as M, but here he rises to the occasion, taking the tension he exhibited in In Bruges and bringing along some devil-may-care attitude for the ride. The best aspect of Spectre, however, is the scene involving Mr White - if nothing else because it is the most effective at tying up a part of the overarching story. There's a wonderfully bleak, pathos-ridden quality to the scene, with one man utterly defeated and the other delaying the inevitable. The writing is unpredictable but coherent, with Craig and Jesper Christiansen dualling brilliantly and the latter giving a sad, dead-eyed performance. Hoyte von Hoytema, who shot Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, does a fantastic job, contrasting the dark, oppresive colours in the cabin with the stark, deathly white of the snow. Spectre is a watchable slice of the Bond saga which pales in regard to two of the three films which preceded it. It's still heaps better than Quantum of Solace, if only because it always has a rough idea of where it is going even during its moments of writing conflict. But while its visual spectacle can give Casino Royale and Skyfall a run for their money, it doesn't have either the brains or the heart to rise above them. Bond fans will embrace it, but the rest of us will be expecting more effort next time around.

This is the movie that fans wanted to be even better than the critically acclaimed "Skyfall" that was released back in 2012. This movie clearly isn't that sequel! However, it really is a movie that can be enjoyable if you watch it with the right audience. If you watch it with the most die-hard Bond fans, this movie probably isn't for you, but if you just love Bond and love spy films, this movie is definitely something that you should check out. Daniel Craig once again proves why he was chosen back in 2006 and Christoph Waltz (who probably wasn't the Bond villain everyone was hoping for) shows why he is one of the best actors out there right now.

Every couple of years we get to go to the movies and hear the immortal words "Bond is back!". It's been 53 years since Sean Connery stepped into the role that he made iconic or made him an icon. That is a debate for a later time. Six Bonds later and the franchise still delivers enjoyable adventures that span the globe (with the occasional dud). Spectre is officially the 24th film and it really harkens back to the Bond of 30 years ago. The previous three films have built to this point in which Bond (Daniel Craig) has found that there is a huge criminal syndicate called Spectre that has been behind the events going all the way back to Casino Royale. Spectre represents a series of events in which Bond attempts to pull back the curtain and expose the puppet master in the form of Ernst Stravo Blofeld (Christophe Waltz). What's interesting about Spectre is that after 45 years of legal wranglings James Bond finally gets to face his arch nemesis. Blofeld is a characters that has never been played by the same actor twice and Christophe Waltz is a wonderful return for the character. Cold, calculated evil delivered. Craig once again fits into Bond and exudes that dark, brooding Bond. Some have mentioned the Roger Moore era of Bond being represented in this film, but Craig keeps the film grounded. Each Bond is his own man, yet the same man. Bringing us to the story, it once again leads to world control. Not from nukes or space stations, but information. We live in an information age. Our bogeymen sit at computer screens now. Who is on the other end of that camera watching you.Bond stories tend to recycle themselves, but amazingly most of them hold up. Spectre is a very good follow up to the almost perfect Skyfall. What's enjoyable about James Bond films, particularly when comparing films with the Bournes and Mission: Impossibles out there. Each individual Bond film makes its own mark, be it in villains, locales, or general bad assery. Other spy franchise seem to blend together, creating a murky identity when trying to remember what film had this or that happen. Bond has never had that problem and it's one of the many reasons that these films endure and continue to endure.

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By d.j. rivera | oct 13, 2021.

B25_39456_RC2James Bond (Daniel Craig) and Paloma (Ana de Armas) inNO TIME TO DIE,an EON Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios filmCredit: Nicola Dove© 2020 DANJAQ, LLC AND MGM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

The release of No Time to Die has brought James Bond back in a big way, and many people are probably wondering where they can watch all of the other 007 flicks .

Daniel Craig has been the latest actor to take on the coveted role, and now that his tenure as the super-spy is over, it makes sense fans would want to relive all of the amazing moments from the franchise. There are many films that have been made based on the character from the Ian Fleming novels, and several talented players have occupied the part.

Sean Connery and Roger Moore put the character on the map while actors such as George Lazenby, David Niven and Timothy Dalton all explored short runs with a license to kill. Pierce Brosnan led the way in the late ’90s and early 2000s, with Craig taking over in 2006.

After over 20 features , there is no shortage of exhilarating efforts and fantastic one-liners that have made Bond one of the biggest deals in the world of cinema. For anyone ready to take on the mission of watching the 007 motion pictures, here is everything needed to complete that bold endeavor.

Are the James Bond available movies on Netflix?

The news that readers are about to see will be a shocker and a downer for those hoping to watch some excellent action on the popular streamer. This is because none of the films that make up the iconic James Bond legacy are available to stream on Netflix as of October 2021.

The fact that the streaming service is a 007 free zone is enough to make one go rogue, which is something Bond, no matter who plays him, is bound to do every single time. Sometimes twice. But instead of following in his risky footsteps, subscribers should stick around and check out 6 Underground , Close, The Old Guard and Extraction .

Where you can watch the James Bond movies

With all the hype surrounding No Time To Die , it makes sense that people would want to check out other motion pictures featuring the one and only 007. There are many places these days to enjoy everyone’s favorite James Bond films and below are all the locations viewers need to target.

The Daniel Craig James Bond movies

The films that came before No Time To Die — Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall , and Spectre  — are all available on VOD platforms such as YouTube, Google Play, Vudu and Apple TV.

Quantum of Solace and Casino Royale are available to stream on Amazon Prime . Skyfall is available to stream on Hulu , Epix and Paramount+.

The Pierce Brosnan James Bond movies

All four of the feature films that have Pierce Brosnan as the super-spy James Bond are available for free on Pluto TV. They are also available on Amazon Prime.

The 1995 movie GoldenEye is available on Hulu, Paramount+ and Epix as well.

In addition, The World is Not Enough, Die Another Day, GoldenEye and Tomorrow Never Dies are also available on VOD services like Apple TV, Vudu, YouTube and Google Play.

The Sean Connery James Bond movies

The Sean Connery era 007 features From Russia with Love, You Only Live Twice, Thunderball, Diamonds are Forever, Goldfinger  and Dr. No are available for free on Pluto TV.

From Russia with Love, Goldfinger, and Dr. No are available on Paramount+ and Epix . In addition, Dr. No and From Russia With Love are also on Hulu.

These flicks and Never Say Never are available on the VOD services Apple TV, Amazon Prime, Vudu, YouTube and Google Play.

The Roger Moore James Bond movies

The Roger Moore Bond movies Moonraker, The Spy Who Loved Me, Live and Let Die, Octopussy  and A View To A Kill  are streaming on Pluto TV for free.

It is also important to point out that The Spy Who Loved Me is also available on Paramount+ and Epix. All of Moore’s endeavors as 007 are available on VOD services like Amazon Prime, Vudu, YouTube, Google Play and Apple TV.

The Timothy Dalton James Bond movies

Both License to Kill and The Living Daylights are available for free on Pluto TV. License to Kill is also available to stream on Epix and Paramount+.

In addition, they are available for purchase or rent on VOD services such as Apple TV, YouTube, Vudu, Amazon Prime and Google Play.

The George Lazenby James Bond movie

George Lazenby’s only motion picture as 007, Of Her Majesty’s Secret Service , is free to enjoy on Pluto TV. The movie is also available on VOD services such as Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play, Vudu and Apple TV.

The David Niven James Bond movie

The 1967 feature Casino Royale starring David Niven is only available to enjoy on VOD services such as Apple TV, Vudu, Amazon Prime, Google Play and YouTube.

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How to watch James Bond movies in order

Here's how to stream the James Bond movies in order for free, from Connery to Craig

Daniel Craig as James Bond, whose run is at the end of the James Bond movies in order

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If you're a 007 fan looking to watch James Bond movies in order, we have good news. While you'll still need a couple of streaming services to watch every single Bond adventure, at least the list is shrinking. Prime Video and Amazon's new MGM Plus streaming service combined will get you nearly every Bond movie ever made, aside from Never Say Never Again and Spectre. And Prime Video currently has most of the James Bond movies if you only want to have one streaming service to watch James Bond, with 23 out of the 27 films available to stream now.

The James Bond movie franchise has been going strong since 1962, with the release of Dr. No. The Bond movies have attracted a fervent fanbase and the franchise has become one of the most iconic in Hollywood history. This legacy continued most recently in No Time to Die , which featured Daniel Craig as the secret agent for the final time.

The James Bond movies are based on Ian Fleming's novels and short stories, first published in 1953. There are 27 films in total, 25 of which were produced by Eon Productions. Eon, founded by producers Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman, now own the rights to all of Fleming's novels after decades of contentious legal battles. 

Throughout the Bond franchise, six actors have portrayed the dashing, debonaire agent: Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig. (A seventh, David Niven, played Bond in the non-Eon version of Casino Royale in 1967.)  With Craig's run now over, we've already been pondering who could replace him as the next James Bond .

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James bond movies in order by release date.

Watching the James Bond movies in release order is easy. We've even included the two non-Eon produced films in this list, which is sorted by theatrical release date and lead actor.

(The non-Eon movies are denoted by italics.)

  • Dr. No (1962) - Sean Connery
  • From Russia with Love (1963) - Sean Connery
  • Goldfinger (1964) - Sean Connery
  • Thunderball (1965) - Sean Connery
  • Casino Royale (1967) - David Niven
  • You Only Live Twice (1967) - Sean Connery
  • On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) - George Lazenby
  • Diamonds Are Forever (1971) - Sean Connery
  • Live and Let Die (1973) - Roger Moore
  • The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) - Roger Moore
  • The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) - Roger Moore
  • Moonraker (1979) - Roger Moore
  • For Your Eyes Only (1981) - Roger Moore
  • Octopussy (1983) - Roger Moore
  • Never Say Never Again (1983) - Sean Connery
  • A View to a Kill (1985) - Roger Moore
  • The Living Daylights (1987) - Timothy Dalton
  • Licence to Kill (1989) - Timothy Dalton
  • GoldenEye (1995) - Pierce Brosnan
  • Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) - Pierce Brosnan
  • The World Is Not Enough (1999) - Pierce Brosnan
  • Die Another Day (2002) - Pierce Brosnan
  • Casino Royale (2006) - Daniel Craig
  • Quantum of Solace (2008) - Daniel Craig
  • Skyfall (2012) - Daniel Craig
  • Spectre (2015) - Daniel Craig
  • No Time to Die (2021) - Daniel Craig

Where to watch the James Bond movies on streaming

Updated November 2023

In the U.S., the James Bond movies have constantly moved between different streaming services, from Max, Netflix and Prime Video to Peacock, Paramount Plus and Hulu. However, with Amazon's purchase of MGM Studios, nearly all of the Bond movies are now available on Prime Video or MGM Plus. 

And of these two streaming services, Prime Video has the vast majority. Only Goldfinger (MGM Plus), Live and Let Die (MGM Plus), Never Say Never Again (Max) and Spectre (only available through VOD) are unavailable on Prime Video at this time.

If you prefer not to sign up for a streaming service, all of the films are available to rent or own from digital retailers such as Amazon, Apple's iTunes and YouTube .

Things are much easier in Australia, however, as 007's adventures can all be streamed on services Stan in 4K Ultra HD and HDR. You can also stream some of the Bond films from Prime Video but Stan is the only home for everything Bond in Australia.

Dr. No (1962) Stream on Prime Video or MGM Plus Rent/purchase at Amazon , Apple and YouTube

From Russia with Love (1963) Stream on Prime Video and MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Goldfinger (1964) Stream on MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Thunderball (1965) Stream on Prime Video Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Casino Royale (1967) Stream on Prime Video Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

You Only Live Twice (1967) Stream on Prime Video or MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) Stream on Prime Video Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Diamonds Are Forever (1971) Stream on Prime Video Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Live and Let Die (1973) Stream on MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) Stream on Prime Video Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) Stream on Prime Video or MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Moonraker (1979) Stream on Prime Video Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

For Your Eyes Only (1981) Stream on Prime Video or MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Octopussy (1983) Stream on Prime Video Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Never Say Never Again (1983) Stream on Max Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

A View to a Kill (1985) Stream on Prime Video or MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

The Living Daylights (1987) Stream on Prime Video Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Licence to Kill (1989) Stream on Prime Video or MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

GoldenEye (1995) Stream on Prime Video Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) Stream on Prime Video or MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

The World Is Not Enough (1999) Stream on Prime Video or MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Die Another Day (2002) Stream on Prime Video or MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Casino Royale (2006) Stream on Prime Video or MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Quantum of Solace (2008) Stream on Prime Video Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Skyfall (2012) Stream on Prime Video or MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Spectre (2015) Stream via video on demand on Fubo and FX Now (cable subscription required) Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

No Time to Die (2021) Streaming on Prime Video or MGM Plus Rent/purchase from Amazon , Apple or YouTube

Are the James Bond movies on Netflix?

Unfortunately for fans of the most popular streaming service, Netflix is no longer the home to any of the James Bond movies. It's not impossible that Bond will one day return to Netflix though, so stay tuned here for future updates.

More movies to watch online

Looking for more big sagas of movies? We've got you covered. For starters, one service lets you watch the John Wick movies online . You can consume most of the  Marvel movies in order on Disney Plus, but there's still some MCU movies you can't get there.

As for the task of watching the Fast & Furious movies in order ? It's difficult, as they're spread across a lot of services — much like James Bond's movies.

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Choosing a Viewing Platform

If you’re eager to watch the thrilling James Bond film, Spectre, you’ll need to consider your options for choosing a viewing platform. With numerous streaming services, online rental and purchase options, theaters, DVDs and Blu-rays, and cable or satellite TV, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of each to find the best fit for your preferences and needs.

One of the most popular choices for watching movies nowadays is through streaming services. Platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+ offer a wide range of films, including Spectre. The advantage of streaming is that you can watch the movie from the comfort of your own home, often at a more affordable monthly subscription cost. You’ll have the flexibility to watch Spectre on a variety of devices such as your smart TV, laptop, or even your mobile phone.

If you prefer to have temporary access to Spectre rather than a subscription, there are online rental and purchase options available. Platforms like Google Play, iTunes, and Vudu allow you to rent or buy digital copies of movies, including Spectre. Renting can be a cost-effective choice if you only plan to watch the film once, while purchasing gives you the freedom to watch it multiple times at your convenience.

For a more immersive cinematic experience, watching Spectre in theaters is a fantastic option. The big screen, surround sound, and communal atmosphere can enhance your enjoyment of the film. Check your local theaters for showtimes, and be sure to arrive early to secure your seat.

If you’re a fan of physical media, you can find Spectre on DVD or Blu-ray. This allows you to add the movie to your collection and enjoy high-quality audio and video in the comfort of your own home. Look for Spectre in your local video rental stores or online retailers like Amazon or Best Buy.

Another option is watching Spectre on cable or satellite TV. Many channels air popular movies, including James Bond films, regularly. Check your TV guide for upcoming showings of Spectre and mark your calendar to catch it at the scheduled time.

Ultimately, the best viewing platform for Spectre will depend on your personal preferences, budget, and availability. Whether you choose to stream it, rent or purchase digitally, watch it in theaters, get the physical copy, or catch it on TV, make sure to set aside some time to enjoy the action-packed adventure of James Bond in Spectre.

Streaming Services that Offer Spectre

Streaming services have revolutionized the way we consume entertainment, and many platforms make it convenient to watch popular movies like Spectre. Here are some streaming services that offer Spectre for your viewing pleasure.

Netflix: As one of the leading streaming giants, Netflix provides access to a vast library of films and TV shows. Spectre is available to stream on Netflix for subscribers in select regions. With a monthly subscription, you can enjoy the movie on various devices and even download it for offline viewing.

Amazon Prime Video: Prime Video is another popular streaming platform that offers Spectre. Subscribers to Amazon Prime have the added benefit of access to a wide array of movies and TV shows, included as part of the membership. You can stream Spectre instantly or download it for later viewing.

Disney+: If you’re a fan of action-packed adventures, Disney+ is worth considering. Spectre is part of the James Bond franchise, and Disney+ offers a selection of these iconic films. With a subscription to Disney+, you can stream Spectre and indulge in a range of other beloved movies and TV shows from Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, and more.

Hulu: Hulu is known for its extensive collection of TV shows, but it also offers a variety of movies, including Spectre. With a Hulu subscription, you can stream Spectre and explore a vast library of films and series. Hulu also offers different subscription options, including ad-supported and ad-free plans, to cater to your preferences.

Google Play: For those who prefer to rent or purchase digital copies of movies, Google Play is a convenient option. Spectre is available for rent or purchase on this platform, allowing you to stream it on your preferred device. Renting is a cost-effective choice if you only plan to watch the film once, while purchasing gives you the freedom to watch it multiple times.

These are just a few examples of streaming services that offer Spectre. Keep in mind that availability may vary depending on your location, so it’s advisable to check the platforms mentioned or other streaming services in your region to find the best option for watching the thrilling James Bond film, Spectre.

Renting or Purchasing Spectre Online

If you’re not subscribed to a streaming service or prefer to have temporary access to movies, renting or purchasing Spectre online is a convenient option. There are various platforms where you can find and enjoy this action-packed James Bond film.

One of the popular platforms for renting or purchasing digital copies of movies is Google Play . Spectre is available for rent or purchase on Google Play, allowing you to stream it directly on your preferred device. Renting is a cost-effective choice if you’re planning to watch the film once, while purchasing gives you the freedom to enjoy it multiple times at your convenience.

iTunes is another platform where you can find Spectre for rent or purchase. With a wide range of movies available, iTunes offers the option to stream Spectre on your Apple devices or even download it for offline viewing.

Vudu is a digital rental and purchase platform that also provides access to Spectre. Similar to other platforms, you can rent or buy the movie and enjoy it on your preferred device. Vudu also offers the choice to watch movies in high-definition for an enhanced viewing experience.

When renting or purchasing Spectre online, it’s important to ensure that you have a reliable internet connection to enjoy uninterrupted streaming. Additionally, consider the storage capacity of your device if you plan to download the movie for offline viewing.

Remember, while renting or purchasing Spectre online offers convenience and flexibility, it’s essential to follow legal avenues and support the movie industry. By choosing authorized platforms and services, you contribute to the continued creation of exciting films like Spectre.

Take advantage of the various online platforms available to rent or purchase Spectre, and embark on an electrifying adventure with James Bond from the comfort of your own home.

Watching Spectre in Theaters

If you’re a fan of the big screen experience and crave the immersive cinematic thrill, watching Spectre in theaters is an excellent choice. The grandeur of the theater setting, coupled with the advanced sound systems and larger-than-life visuals, can elevate your movie-watching experience to a whole new level.

When Spectre was released in theaters, it was a highly anticipated event for James Bond enthusiasts and cinema lovers alike. To catch this action-packed film in theaters:

  • Check local listings: Keep an eye on your local theater listings or visit their websites to find out if Spectre is currently playing. The movie may be screened in both standard format and IMAX, offering you the opportunity to choose your preferred viewing experience.
  • Choose the best showtime: Select a showtime that suits your schedule and allows you to fully enjoy the movie without any interruptions. Consider factors like crowds, parking, and any additional amenities offered by the theater.
  • Arrive early: Give yourself ample time to arrive at the theater before the showtime. This ensures that you can secure good seats, especially if Spectre is in high demand.
  • Immerse yourself: Once inside the theater, immerse yourself in the cinematic experience. Sit back, relax, and let the larger-than-life visuals and surround sound transport you into the heart-pounding world of James Bond.
  • Enjoy the communal experience: Watching Spectre with fellow moviegoers can be an exciting experience. Sharing reactions, laughs, and cheers with others who are equally invested in the film can add a whole new dimension to your enjoyment.

Watching Spectre in theaters offers the opportunity to appreciate the film in all its glory, with the visual and audio elements meticulously designed for the big screen. The cinematic experience, combined with the collective excitement of a packed theater, can truly make viewing Spectre an unforgettable experience.

So, grab your popcorn, find the perfect seat, and get ready for an electrifying adventure with James Bond in Spectre at your nearest theater.

Finding Spectre on DVD or Blu-ray

If you prefer physical media or want to add Spectre to your movie collection, finding the film on DVD or Blu-ray is the way to go. Here are some ways to locate Spectre on this format:

Local Video Rental Stores: Check your local video rental stores or movie rental kiosks as they may carry copies of Spectre. These establishments often have a variety of new releases and popular films available for rent, giving you the opportunity to watch the movie without committing to a purchase.

Online Retailers: E-commerce platforms like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart offer a wide selection of DVDs and Blu-rays, including Spectre. You can conveniently browse their websites, read reviews, and have your preferred format of Spectre delivered right to your doorstep.

Second-Hand Stores: Consider checking out second-hand stores or online marketplaces, such as eBay or local buy/sell groups, where individuals sell used DVDs and Blu-rays. Sometimes, you can find great deals on previously owned copies of Spectre.

When searching for Spectre on DVD or Blu-ray, keep in mind that availability may vary depending on your location and the demand for the film. It’s advisable to check multiple sources and compare prices to find the best deal.

DVDs and Blu-rays offer several advantages, including high-quality audio and video, bonus features, and the ability to watch the movie without relying on an internet connection. Additionally, having a physical copy allows you to lend it to friends or rewatch Spectre whenever you please.

Add Spectre to your DVD or Blu-ray collection and enjoy the action-packed James Bond adventure whenever the mood strikes you – no internet required!

Watching Spectre on Cable or Satellite TV

If you prefer the convenience of watching movies on your cable or satellite TV service, you may be able to catch Spectre without any additional hassle. Many channels frequently air popular movies, including James Bond films like Spectre. Here’s how you can enjoy the movie on cable or satellite TV:

Check your TV guide or the channel lineup provided by your cable or satellite TV service. Look for channels that regularly feature movies or those that specialize in airing films from various genres. Networks like AMC, FX, or channels dedicated to action movies often include James Bond films in their programming.

Once you’ve identified the channel or channels airing Spectre, mark your calendar or set a reminder for the scheduled showing. Take note of the date, time, and any repeat broadcasts of the movie, so you don’t miss the opportunity to watch it.

On the scheduled day, tune in to the appropriate channel at the designated time. Ensure that your cable or satellite TV subscription is active and that you have access to the channel showcasing Spectre.

Watching Spectre on cable or satellite TV offers the convenience of flipping on the television and instantly enjoying the movie without the need for additional subscriptions or digital copies. You can sit back, relax, and enjoy the film from the comfort of your living room.

Keep in mind that cable and satellite TV schedules are subject to change, so it’s advisable to double-check the programming closer to the airing date of Spectre to ensure it hasn’t been rescheduled or replaced by another movie.

So, grab your remote and tune in to the channel airing Spectre on your cable or satellite TV service for a thrilling movie night right at home.

Tips for Watching Spectre at Home

Watching Spectre at home can be an enjoyable and convenient way to experience the action-packed James Bond film. To make the most of your at-home viewing experience, here are some helpful tips:

  • Create a comfortable viewing space: Set up a cozy and comfortable environment for watching Spectre. Find a comfortable seating arrangement, dim the lights, and ensure that the room temperature is ideal for a relaxed movie-watching experience.
  • Optimize your audio and video: Make sure your TV or home entertainment system is properly calibrated for optimal audio and video quality. Adjust the settings to enhance the audio clarity and ensure that the visuals are vibrant and sharp.
  • Minimize distractions: Before starting the movie, eliminate potential distractions. Put your phone on silent or in another room, close any unnecessary tabs or apps on your computer, and inform your family or housemates about your movie-watching plans to avoid interruptions.
  • Prepare movie snacks: Enhance your at-home cinema experience by preparing your favorite movie snacks. Whether it’s popcorn, candy, or homemade treats, having delicious snacks on hand can add to the enjoyment of watching Spectre.
  • Disconnect from the outside world: Immerse yourself fully in the world of Spectre by disconnecting from the outside world. Avoid checking emails, social media, or engaging in any other distractions so you can focus solely on the movie.
  • Engage with the film: Actively engage with Spectre by paying attention to the plot, characters, and the thrilling action sequences. Allow yourself to be captivated by the story and let the movie transport you into the exhilarating world of James Bond.
  • Discuss and share your thoughts: After watching Spectre, engage in discussions with friends, family, or online communities to share your thoughts and insights. Talk about your favorite moments, characters, and the overall impact of the film.

Remember, watching Spectre at home gives you the flexibility to pause, rewind, or even watch the movie multiple times at your convenience. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the exciting world of James Bond right from your own living room.

So, grab your snacks, get comfortable, and prepare for an action-packed movie night with Spectre.

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James Bond Movies Streaming Guide: Everywhere to Watch 007 Online

It's the 60th anniversary of Dr. No, but here's where you can find ALL the James Bond movies to meet your streaming needs.

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James Bond Streaming Guide

It’s been six full decades since Sean Connery looked up from a handful of cards and announced, “The name’s Bond, James Bond.” All this time later, and despite hearing that catch phrase being repeated in oh, so many variations, we’re still hanging onto every word.

The James Bond franchise has been one of the most important, and certainly among the longest, in film history. Back when it started, Eon Productions (originally helmed by producers Cubby Broccoli and Harry Satlzman) were releasing a new Bond movie every year; more recently, we’re lucky if we get the next one every couple of years. Nonetheless, Eon and the James Bond character have remained preternaturally consistent, reliably turning out new adventures, and ever creating new fans from one generation to the next. The times change; the world changes; 007 does not.

These days he feels like a throwback to a forgotten type of action movie. In the age of shared universes and interconnected blockbusters, Bond quizzically resembles his bespoke suits: the action movie franchise that feels handcrafted and made to order.

There have been 25 films produced since the series began—as well as two notorious off-shoots from rival producers who got their hands on a couple of Ian Fleming novels not exclusively in the purview of Eon. Everyone has their favorites… and everyone has their least preferred listings. Below is a of all of them, so you can find whichever is suited to your tastes best.

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Sean Connery and Ursula Andress in Dr. No

Dr. No (1962)

The first Bond movie and still one of the best, Dr. No introduced so many elements of what became the series template for decades to come. The unsettling megalomaniac villain? Yep. The world-spanning evil plan? Drop-dead beautiful women? pulse-pounding chases, and cold-blooded killings? They’re all here too. And then of course there was the late, great Sean Connery, rugged, smoldering and deadly as the definitive screen Bond.

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Robert Shaw And Sean Connery In 'James Bond: From Russia With Love

From Russia with Love (1963)

Sean Connery’s second outing as 007 is probably the closest to Fleming’s books in terms of overall tone and style. This is a lean, thrilling adventure that puts Bond up against one of his most fearsome enemies: the cold-blooded assassin Red Grant (Robert Shaw). Their train fight is one of the best scenes in the franchise. Although it’s also worth mentioning that Lotte Lenya’s Rosa Klebb is one of the series’ other great villains, as well.

Sean Connery and Gert Frobe in Goldfinger

Goldfinger (1964)

Bond’s third outing was the Avengers: Endgame of its day, a cultural event not to be missed. Director Guy Hamilton introduced more humor into the proceedings while Connery tweaked the character accordingly. Add to that more action, a larger than life villain and an epic scope, and you have the movie that many still consider the best of the series . It’s also the one that gave us the Aston Martin DB5, so there’s that.

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James Bond and Domino in Thunderball

Thunderball (1965)

After three straight winners, Thunderball is where the 007 series saw itself first wobbling—which is ironic since it’s probably the most successful James Bond movie of all-time when adjusted for inflation. Although it features one of the better Bond villains and some of the most beautiful Bond women, the movie is overlong and bogged down with too many underwater sequences. Thunderball is still fun in many ways —the first 40 minutes or so are marvelous—but it spends way too much time in the water.

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James Bond and ninjas in You Only Live Twice

You Only Live Twice (1967)

The final entry of Connery’s initial run as 007 proves that bigger isn’t always better. Although the movie finally introduces long-lurking nemesis Blofeld and takes Bond to a massive secret lair disguised as a volcano in Japan, the series started to feel flabby and the star seemed visibly bored. It was also the first Bond movie to stray wildly from the source novel, a decision that in this case didn’t work. But it does have ninjas!

David Niven and Barbara Bouchet in Casino Royale (1967)

Casino Royale (1967)

Producer Charles K. Feldman acquired the rights to the first Bond novel before the official series from Eon Productions was launched. He subsequently produced this spoof of the 007 series, which bears only the title of the book and the name of the Bond character (who is played by David Niven, Peter Sellers, and several other actors). Six credited directors, a bevy of screenwriters, and a boatload of international stars couldn’t salvage this infamous mess of a movie .

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James Bond and Tracy Bond at wedding in On Her Majesty's Secret Service

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

Australian model-turned-actor George Lazenby made his sole appearance as Bond in this sixth film, an exceptionally faithful adaptation of the emotionally devastating Fleming book it’s based on. Lazenby manages to acquit himself nicely despite being the first actor to follow Connery while Diana Rigg and Telly Savalas are outstanding as, respectively, the love of Bond’s life and the instrument of her death. Once considered a misfire, OHMSS ranks among the very best of the series .

Sean Connery and Lana Wood in Diamonds are Forever

Diamonds are Forever (1971)

A pale echo of the earlier Goldfinger (from the same director, Guy Hamilton), Diamonds are Forever is remembered as the movie that lured Sean Connery back for one more turn in the tuxedo (until 12 years later, that is). The sober, character-driven style of OHMSS is jettisoned for a cartoonish romp that has its fun moments but is largely disposable.

Roger Moore and Yaphet Kotto in Live and Let Die

Live and Let Die (1973)

Roger Moore’s debut in the role is, sadly, a largely cringeworthy affair to modern eyes. Based on Ian Fleming’s second 007 novel, the movie attempts to fuse blaxploitation with Bond in ways that are awkward and, nowadays, borderline racist. Moore doesn’t quite find his footing either on the first time round. The upside? The title song by Paul McCartney and Wings is a stone cold classic. Some of us even consider it to be the best James Bond song .

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Christopher Lee and Roger Moore in The Man with the Golden Gun

The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)

Based on Fleming’s final Bond novel, and in a movie that’s generally considered one of the worst of the Roger Moore era, The Man with the Golden Gun has two things going for it: a relatively tough Moore performance and one of the best Bond villains of all time in Christopher Lee’s title baddie, Scaramanga. Lee’s presence literally saves whole stretches of the film, which is often undone by juvenile humor and lame supporting characters.

James Bond versus Jaws in The Spy Who Loved Me

The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

Third time was the charm for Roger Moore, as The Spy Who Loved Me gambles on going for all-out spectacle and delivers handsomely. Moore strikes the right balance of grit and humor; the action is thrilling throughout and the villain’s henchman, Jaws (Richard Kiel), is a slam dunk. Really perhaps the best in the whole franchise. This is rightly considered the high point of Moore’s run as well as one of the series’ finest entries.

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Roger Moore dressed like Clint Eastwood in Moonraker

Moonraker (1979)

Although remembered with some derision as “ Bond in space ,” Moonraker really only takes 007 to the stars in the final act for a wacked-out battle that looks too much like a cheap grab at some of that then-lucrative Star Wars money. Which, given this was released only two years after George Lucas’ game-changer… it probably was. Until that finale, however , and barring some bad comedy starring the encoring Jaws, Moonraker is a fairly straightforward thriller with a deliciously droll villain (Michael Lonsdale).

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James Bond and Melina in For Your Eyes Only

For Your Eyes Only (1981)

Moore gives perhaps the best performance of his seven Bond films in a taut thriller that scales back the gimmickry and comes closer to the feel of the original Fleming character than any other film in the Moore era. There are some cringeworthy elements (such as an awful Lynn Holly Johnson as a 007-infatuated pro ice skater), but this also features Moore at his most cold-blooded and cynical. The scene where he executes one henchman is particularly brutal while stunt work of Bond (whether it’s Moore or not) climbing a mountain is genuinely thrilling. It was also perhaps the last Bond movie where Moore didn’t look uncomfortably old for the part.

Roger Moore in Octopussy

Octopussy (1983)

An aging Moore and director John Glen (back for the second of five films, the most of any 007 director) keep the For Your Eyes Only vibe going with less spectacle and more practical spy film action. Maud Adams is good as the title femme fatale , but the film gets snarled in a convoluted, uninteresting plot that features some especially flat humor and one of the weakest Bond villains.

Sean Connery and Kim Basinger in Never Say Never Again

Never Say Never Again (1983)

Sean Connery was coaxed back to play an appropriately aged Bond in this non-canon 007 adventure . A remake of Thunderball that was legally made possible due to certain rights owned by a solitary producer, Never Say Never Again benefits from the Connery charisma, a distinctive villain, and some stylish sequences. But it can’t help feeling like a strange mirror universe cash grab at the same time.

Christopher Walken and Grace Jones in A View to a Kill

A View to a Kill (1985)

Moore bows out with a rather silly Silicon Valley adventure in which the actor’s 57 years (at the time) are clearly visible throughout. Christopher Walken is an excellent, quirky villain, and henchwoman Grace Jones is also an impressive presence, but it was clear that the Moore formula of suave bonhomie and locker room humor was long worn out.

Timothy Dalton in The Living Daylights

The Living Daylights (1987)

Timothy Dalton’s debut as 007 was billed as a return to the feel and texture of the Fleming stories, and it even borrows elements from the short story it’s based on. Dalton is a much harder edged Bond than his predecessor Moore, but the movie is over-plotted and its action mostly unremarkable.

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Timothy Dalton in License to Kill

License to Kill (1989)

Dalton settles into the role in his second (and as it turns out, final) appearance as Bond, this time in a tale that puts Bond on a personal mission of revenge against a powerful South American drug lord. Somewhat maligned for its rather sadistic violence, License to Kill is an underrated entry in the series that occasionally pushes the envelope for 007 in ways that hadn’t been done for a while.

Sean Bean and Pierce Brosnan in Goldeneye

GoldenEye (1995)

After nearly winning the role years earlier, Pierce Brosnan makes his long-expected debut as 007 in a rather thoughtful thriller that questions both Bond’s relationships and his place in a post-Cold War world. Brosnan is assured in the role, balancing many of the best elements of the actors that came before him, and GoldenEye still manages to feel a little like both the earlier Connery classics and some of the better Moore romps.

Pierce Brosnan and Michelle Yeoh in Tomorrow Never Dies

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

Jonathan Pryce is excellent as the movie’s Rupert Murdoch-like media mogul villain — who intends to start a major war to bolster his news network’s ratings — and Michelle Yeoh makes a solid foil to Bond as a tough Chinese agent named Wai Lin. Brosnan’s sophomore Bond outing has a subtle satirical edge to it and some exciting scenes, but stretches of it seem more impersonal and functional than stylish.

Pierce Brosnan and Denise Richards in The World Is Not Enough

The World is Not Enough (1999)

Despite strong work from Sophie Marceau as a 007 first—a principal villain who’s also a woman—and Robert Carlyle as her damaged terrorist henchman, Brosnan’s third film is marred by another incomprehensible story and Denise Richards as one of the most unlikely castings of a nuclear physicist The humorous and serious moments clash awkwardly, harming what could have been a much better entry, although this one has its fans.

Pierce Brosnan and martini in Die Another Day

Die Another Day (2002)

Just like Connery and Moore, Brosnan goes out on a low note with this ridiculously overstuffed mess that features both an invisible car and a high-tech lair made out of ice. The plot is even more incomprehensible than usual for the lesser outings, and the presence of Halle Berry as a sort of female version of Bond doesn’t generate much excitement either.

Daniel Craig and Eva Green in Casino Royale

Casino Royale (2006)

Four years after Pierce Brosnan exited in one of the silliest Bond films, Daniel Craig took up the mantle in an instant classic that returned the series literally to its roots. This largely faithful version of Fleming’s first book features Craig as a relatively new but deeply haunted 007, who gets one last chance to turn back before becoming the ruthless assassin of legend. It also features probably the best romance in any one of these films between a young Bond and Eva Green’s mysterious Vesper Lynd.

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Daniel Craig and Judi Dench in Quantum of Solace

Quantum of Solace (2008)

Widely derided at the time, and deservedly so, for Marc Forster’s nearly unwatchable direction—the movie’s editing is also absolutely atrocious— Quantum of Solace was similarly hurt by a writer’s strike that left the script somewhat undercooked. But Craig is excellent again, and the movie works a little better if you watch it right after Casino Royale as a kind of extended epilogue.

Daniel Craig in Skyfall

Skyfall (2012)

Craig’s second finest outing as Bond has impressively stylish direction by Sam Mendes and is one of the most beautiful-looking 007 films of all time thanks to DP Roger Deakins. Javier Bardem is marvelously ghoulish as the villain, and Judi Dench gets an emotional send-off in her seventh and final appearance as Bond’s boss M. Skyfall finds the right, gripping mix of characterization and epic action.

Daniel Craig and Lea Seydoux in Spectre

Spectre (2015)

Bond arch-nemesis Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) and the title crime organization appear for the first time since 1971’s Diamonds are Forever in one of 007’s most polarizing entries . The action is great and some of the series callbacks are fun, but Craig seems bored and tying everything from the last four films back to Bond’s childhood is a contrived, unnecessary mistake. Spectre is better than you might have heard, but not as good as it could be.

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No Time to Die

Craig might be the sixth actor to play James Bond (in the mainline films, anyway), but he is the first to do the seemingly impossible for those with more than one entry: Go out on a high note. While No Time to Die is by no means perfect, the film finds some of the fun that was lost in the previous three James Bond movies, and does what Craig always wanted to do with 007: Allow the character to grow… and then perhaps bury him. The only weak spot is an underwritten and underwhelming villain provided by Rami Malek.

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Are The ‘James Bond’ Movies on Netflix in 2021?

Jacob Robinson · @JRobinsonWoN August 11th, 2021 - 9:33 am ET · Updated: October 24th, 2023, 11:26 am

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Many James Bond movies have come and gone from Netflix over the years but long term, it looks like Prime Video will be their permanent home despite the fact it was reported Netflix wanted to carry No Time to Die exclusively. Here’s a history of James Bond on Netflix as of 2021. 

James Bond is a fictional British spy created by the novelist Ian Fleming. The famous novelist has created 14 Bond novels with all of which have all had film adaptations.

Across 26 films, the franchise has grossed over $7 billion at the box office . From its iconic theme to the iconic cars, leading men and women, the James Bond films have had a huge impact on the film industry. Without the influence of Bond, movies may look very different from how they do today.

What James Bonds movies are on Netflix US for 2021?

Until Feburary 2019, the James Bond titles were available to stream exclusively on Hulu. On February 1st, 2019 Netflix added a bunch of new James Bond titles as part of the first of the month additions.

James Bond is about to shake up your Friday night plans: Casino Royale, Die Another Day, The World Is Not Enough, Diamonds Are Forever, The Spy Who Loved Me, Live and Let Die, The Living Daylights, and The Man with The Golden Gun are now streaming — Netflix (@netflix) February 1, 2019

On March 1st, 2019, Netflix in the United States added more to their collection with the release of six more James Bond movies, which includes the very first two Bond movies from the early ’60s, a couple from the Connery and Moore era, and another of the Brosman era movies in the form of Tomorrow Never Dies.

The following 18 James Bond films were available to stream on Netflix:

In almost all cases – these movies were removed from Netflix two months after being added.

The Pierce Brosman movies were removed from Netflix in January 2021 .

In 2020, Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace were added to Netflix US on August 31st, 2020 . These movies are now due to expire in late August 2021 .

Two of Daniel Craig's Bond movies are hitting Netflix US on August 31st, 2020. pic.twitter.com/AoVoG1Obxa Advertising — What's on Netflix (@whatonnetflix) July 23, 2020

Once those two Daniel Craig movies depart, no James Bond movies will be available on Netflix, and that, in the long term, is likely how it’s going to stay.

As you may know, MGM was purchased by Amazon (although still yet to get government approval), and although Bond’s role at Amazon remains unclear, it’s highly unlikely that Netflix will get the movie license.

In late 2020, speculations swirled around Netflix picking up James Bond: No Time To Die , with numbers cited topping $800 million.

Are other regions streaming the James Bond films on Netflix?

Sadly, the US is the only region that has streamed James Bond titles. Not even the latest Daniel Craig films are available to stream anywhere else in the world.

In the United Kingdom, the movie franchise remains on ITV and premieres on its channels regularly, particularly on the weekends. This has been the case since 2013 when ITV signed a multi-year agreement.

Internationally, the distributors are often complicated with Universal, and Sony hasn’t helped co-distribute the movie in the past. With Amazon stepping in, seeing these movies on Netflix seems unlikely.

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Is No Time to Die on Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, Disney+, or Prime?

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Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, ‘ No Time to Die ‘ is the twenty-fifth installment within the ‘James Bond’ franchise. Set after the events of the 2015 film ‘ Spectre, ‘ the spy film follows James Bond as he is called back from his retirement as Spectre kidnaps the MI6 scientist, Valdo Obruchev. The action-packed thriller chronicles Bond’s adventures as he is picked from Jamaica and dropped into the world of bio-weaponized nanobots. The film marks Daniel Craig’s final depiction of the fictional British MI6 agent.

Upon its premiere, the 007 movie garnered acclaim for its story, humor, action, and casting choice. The movie’s theme song ‘No Time to Die’ earned the sibling duo Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell an Oscar nomination in the Best Original Song category. ‘No Time to Die’ is full of many talented actors, including Daniel Craig , Rami Malek , Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, and Ana de Armas. If you are eager to see the famous James Bond in action, here is all you need to know!

What is No Time to Die About?

The film follows James Bond chilling in Matera with his love interest, Dr. Madeleine Swann, following the arrest of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the head of Spectre. However, they are attacked by Spectre assassins, which leads Bond to believe that Madeleine has betrayed him; thus, he ends their relationship. Five years later, Spectre kidnaps Valdo Obruchev, a scientist who was developing a bioweapon containing nanobots for MI6, which attacks based on targeted DNA — codenamed Project Heracles. Bond is enjoying retirement in Jamaica when his friends in the CIA contact him to help find Obruchev.

After hearing about Project Heracles, Bond decides to help them and heads to Cuba to disrupt a Spectre meeting and get Obruchev back. Blofeld, who is attending from his prison via a bionic eye, spots Bond and releases the nanobots, which end up killing the Spectre members instead of Bond. Treachery and mystique follow the secret service agent as he discovers hidden plots and old relations. The movie’s premise must have surely made you excited to watch ‘No Time to Die’ and we have just the information you need!

Is No Time to Die on Netflix?

No, Netflix does not offer ‘No Time to Die’ on its platform. However, if you are looking forward to an action-filled adventure , you check out ‘ The Bourne Ultimatum .’ The movie follows Jason Bourne on his quest to understand his origins while trying to avoid those who want him dead. You can also watch ‘ Body of Lies, ‘ which stars Leonardo DiCaprio as a fierce undercover CIA agent, Roger Ferris.

Is No Time to Die on Hulu?

Hulu’s impressive library, unfortunately, does not include ‘No Time to Die.’ Eager fans of spy movies can utilize their Hulu subscription for ‘ Green Zone .’ The Matt Damon starrer narrates the story of Roy Miller, who is searching Iraq for weapons of mass destruction but realizes that all is not what it seems. You can also give a shot to ‘ The Debt ,’ which tells the story of three agents from Israel who were sent to capture a Nazi war criminal in East Berlin in 1965. The mission, however, goes sideways, and the three decide to create a fictional version of events to save their reputation, which comes back to haunt them.

Is No Time to Die on Amazon Prime?

Although the film is not available to watch with a regular Prime subscription, you can buy ‘No Time to Die’ on Amazon for $19.99 right here ! The streaming giant also allows you to rent it at the cost of $5.99 for 30 days with a 48-hour time limit once you have started the film.

Prime users can use their membership to enjoy similar movies like the ’90s hit action thriller ‘ The Rock, ‘ which follows an FBI agent and a former British spy as they band together to stop a chemical weapon attack on San Francisco. Alternatively, you can watch ‘ Die Hard ‘ that centers upon John McClane as he tries to save his family from the villainous Hans Gruber.

Is No Time to Die on HBO Max?

If you are looking forward to watching ‘No Time to Die,’ HBO Max is not the place for you. However, we highly recommend similar movies available on the streamer like ‘ The Bourne Legacy,’ which stars Jeremy Renner as Aaron Cross, a pharmaceutically enhanced government agent who has been marked for death. Alternatively, you can watch the sci-fi thriller ‘ Tenet. ‘ It tells the story of a man traveling through time to save the world.

Is No Time to Die on Disney+?

Even though ‘No Time to Die’ is not available on Disney+, there is plenty more to keep you entertained. We believe you will enjoy watching MCU’s super-spy Natasha Romanoff confront her past in ‘ Black Widow .’ You can also opt for ‘ National Treasure ,’ which follows Benjamin Gates and company on their quest to find America’s hidden treasure that has been mapped on the back of the Declaration of Independence.

Where to Watch No Time to Die Online?

‘No Time to Die’ is available for purchase or rent on YouTube , Google Play , Vudu , Spectrum , DirecTV , Xfinity , Microsoft Store , and iTunes .

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‘No Time to Die’ is only available for purchase or rent over the internet as of now. We request our readers to not use any illegal methods to watch the movie and instead pay for relevant subscriptions! This will greatly help the people involved in the making of your favorite film.

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Which James Bond Movies Are Streaming and Where to Find Them

007 is on a variety of streaming services

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The 25th installment in the James Bond franchise, “No Time to Die,” put a bow on Daniel Craig’s tenure as 007, which means it’s the perfect time to catch up on past films in the decades-long series. With a catalogue this wide, and having gone through a couple of different rights issues, there’s no one-stop shop to find all the James Bond movies streaming. But a (small) selection of them are available on a couple of the major streaming services.

You can even stream the 1983 one-off “Never Say Never Again,” which saw Sean Connery reprising his role as James Bond in a film not produced by EON and only kinda-sorta considered canon.

Of course the best option if you’re a big James Bond fan is to own the films, which come in a couple of different Blu-ray sets . But if you’re merely looking to soak in a couple of the movies now, below is where you can find all the James Bond movies streaming.

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Every Sean Connery James Bond Movie, Ranked

Nobody does it better.

One of cinema's most iconic characters, James Bond has appeared in 27 films across seven decades, being constantly re-imagined by new actors and fresh creative ideas. For all the innovation the epic action saga has seen, though, there is yet to be a 007 quite like Sean Connery 's original.

Appearing in seven Bond films across a tenure spanning 21 years, Connery utilized his smooth manner and effortless charisma to make Bond a surprisingly endearing action hero. His performances established spy-thrillers as must-see cinematic blockbusters, set the gold standard for what James Bond should be, and were the essential ingredient to making many of his Bond films quintessential films. Still, for all his triumphs in the role, not all of his movies are equally impressive. The best Sean Connery James Bond movies showcase his unique take on the role and all the debonair charm he brought to his performance .

7 'Diamonds Are Forever' (1971)

Director: guy hamilton.

Serving as Connery's first return to the role after George Lazenby's On Her Majesty's Secret Service , Diamonds Are Forever has come to be viewed as Connery's worst Bond film. Carrying on from where Lazenby's Bond flick finished, 007 avenges his murdered wife before investigating a smuggling operation in the international diamond market. There, he learns of Blofeld's ( Charles Gray ) plot to weaponize the gems in a laser satellite.

There is some value to Diamonds Are Forever , especially regarding its stellar handling of the action sequences and a truly killer tune from the iconic Shirley Bassey; alas, much of the story doesn't work . The characters fail to resonate and many of the actors didn't pop off the screen—particularly a lazy Gray as Blofeld. Plus, the story's focus on melodramatic beats and dull-edged comedy made for an underwhelming experience. Even Connery looked disinterested for most of the film, which is never a good sign for a James Bond movie.

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6 'Never Say Never Again' (1983)

Director: irvin kershner.

If Diamonds Are Forever is widely regarded to be Connery's most underwhelming Bond film, then it's only fair to say that Never Say Never Again is his most polarizing. Featuring the then-53-year-old Connery's unofficial return, it saw him reprise the role 12 years after his previous 007 outing and some 21 years since his James Bond debut. A bold-faced re-make of Thunderball , Never Say Never Again tracks an aging Bond tasked with engaging in spy games with SPECTRE as the criminal organization plots a devastating nuclear attack.

Never Say Never Again is not necessarily a rewatchable James Bond watch , but it is an essential one, if only because of its sheer bravado. It doesn't make much sense, especially as it stands outside the Eon Production's canon and very much feels like an attempt at a Bond movie rather than a real one. While it has its fair share of critics, Never Say Never Again is a passably entertaining spy flick bolstered by an emphatic reminder as to why Connery is the definitive 007.

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5 'You Only Live Twice' (1967)

Director: lewis gilbert.

While most pundits would rank You Only Live Twice as the fifth best of Connery's Bond films, the regard in which they view the film would change significantly. Alone in the vast chasm between the best and worst of Connery's Bond flicks, You Only Live Twice runs wild with a sense of adventure. This is largely thanks to Roald Dahl 's imaginative screenplay—yes, the man behind Matilda and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory wrote this—featuring volcanic fortresses and questionable moments, especially under a modern assessment.

Still, You Only Live Twice occupies a deft balance between upping the spectacle and steeping to parody , which both Bond purists and lovers of films like the Kingsman franchise can enjoy, albeit for different reasons. With Bond having to stop SPECTRE's scheme to see America and Russia engage in all-out war, it ensures the stakes remain high while injecting a new sense of humor into the franchise. A scene-stealing turn from Donald Pleasance also makes this highly enjoyable.

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4 'Thunderball' (1965)

Director: terence young.

The fourth Bond film ever made, Thunderball may not quite have reached the level set by the first three installments, but it still ranks highly for lovers of the saga. With a dramatically ramped-up budget resulting in a boost of action bravado, Thunderball appealed to audiences and critics alike as an infectiously exciting blockbuster boasting large-scale adventure thrills in abundance.

With SPECTRE plotting to use NATO nuclear bombs to take over the world, Bond must thwart the organizations' plan before it's too late. Brave, bold, and entirely captivating, Thunderball touted one hell of a ride with some of the franchise's best characters to boot. It took the franchise to the next level, proving Bond could do larger-than-life while still maintaining its essence. The campy and endlessly entertaining Thunderball is one of the biggest and best Bond movies ever to grace the screen, with a never-better Connery at the center of it all.

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3 'Dr. No' (1962)

A pioneering commercial accomplishment, a resounding critical success, and the jumping point of a cinematic dynasty, Dr. No 's influence cannot be overstated . It follows Bond's investigation into the deaths of MI6 agents in Jamaica and his confrontations with an eccentric scientist wanting to destroy America's space program.

In some respects, Dr. No is surprisingly grounded. There is very little in the way of gadgetry, Q did not make an appearance, and the series' penchant for veering into fantasy was largely understated. Joseph Wiseman 's nefarious Dr. Julius No does contribute to enhancing the eccentric surrealism later in the film. However, most of Dr. No's appeal came from its unflinching action and Connery's suave style , which proved to have a mesmerizing impact on audiences, both at the time and retrospectively.

2 'From Russia with Love' (1963)

Taking all the thrills and espionage excitement of Dr. No and coupling that with a bigger commitment to larger-than-life exuberance, From Russia with Love effortlessly surpassed its already incredible predecessor. Transpiring at a frantic rate, it follows Bond's mission to find a decoding device in order to ease Cold War tensions while combating SPECTRE at every turn.

From Russia with Love's political inflections made for a particularly rousing action movie for its time, and it hasn't lost any of its dare or flare in the decades since. Connery is more than comfortable in the role by now, joined by an equally impressive Daniela Bianchi as the iconic Bond Girl Tatiana Romanova . Aside from being one of Connery's greatest Bond movies, From Russia with Love stands tall among the greatest Bond movies ever made and a pinnacle of 1960s action .

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1 'goldfinger' (1964).

Universally lauded as the definitive James Bond film, Goldfinger was where so much of the Bond movie DNA either first appeared on-screen or cemented itself as a pivotal hallmark of the franchise. From its snappy wit and quotable one-liners to the wonder surrounding its gadgetry and its willingness to embrace more overt humor, Goldfinger invigorated the Bond formula with even more style and fun .

It follows Bond as he investigates a gold smuggling rink and discovers powerful tycoon Auric Goldfinger ( Gert Fröbe ) plotting to raid Fort Knox and decimate the global economy. Goldfinger is a franchise-defining picture that cemented the Bond movies as the ultimate spectacle of fun, flashy action. The film remains highly regarded for nearly every aspect, from its plot to the memorable characters and Shirley Bassey's legendary theme. Connery's Bond legacy was already ensured, but this film ensured his place as a cinematic icon; indeed, Goldfinger is unequivocally the greatest Bond film ever made .

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De onde veio o nome James Bond? Origem do espião mais famoso do mundo é surpreendente

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James Bond é um dos nomes mais icônicos do cinema. Criado em 1957 por Ian Fleming, o espião do MI6 mais famoso do mundo cativou inúmeros leitores e finalmente fez sua estreia nas telonas em 1962, com "007 Contra o Satânico Dr. No". Desde então o personagem foi interpretado por atores como Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan , Roger Moore, Daniel Craig e outros. Mas de onde Fleming tirou esse nome tão conhecido?

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Em entrevista ao The New Yorker , em 1962, pouco tempo antes da estreia do primeiro filme do espião, Fleming revelou a nada glamorosa origem do nome, que por sua vez é engraçada e vem dos tempos de "menino" do autor.

"Quando escrevi o primeiro [livro], em 1953, eu queria que Bond fosse um homem extremamente chato e desinteressante, a quem as coisas aconteciam…. Uma das bíblias da minha juventude era 'Aves das Índias Ocidentais', de James Bond, um conhecido ornitólogo, e quando eu estava procurando um nome para meu protagonista pensei: Meu Deus, esse é o nome mais chato que eu já ouvi, então me apropriei dele. Agora, o nome mais chato do mundo se tornou emocionante. Certa vez, a senhora Bond me escreveu uma carta me agradecendo por usá-lo."

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E aí está. Como Fleming mesmo diz, a origem é um tanto surpreendente mas nada emocionante. Mais de 70 anos depois de sua primeira aparição, James Bond ganhou 25 filmes, interpretado por sete atores diferentes e ainda inspirando inúmeros outros personagens espiões.

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Sua última iteração foi em 2021, quando Daniel Craig se despediu do papel após vivê-lo por 15 anos (e cinco filmes). Em 2023, Bond não tem dono, mas a MGM (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer), atual detentora dos direitos do personagem, está planejando um reboot com um novo ator. Ainda não há data ou nome definido do intérprete , se é que será feito por um homem já que rumores dizem que Bond poderá ser vivido por uma atriz.

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