To rejoice the sixtieth anniversary of James Bond, all 25 films of the movie franchise are actually streaming on Prime Video.
Amazon’s streaming service was at all times going to be the house of Bond. The tech large purchased the rights to MGM again in April for $8.5 Billion, with it got here restricted rights to the James Bond again catalog (EON nonetheless has an enormous say as it’s producer).
As a part of Bond’s sixtieth anniversary celebrations, all 25 Bond movies are presently streaming on the service and are free to Prime Video customers for what Amazon is looking, “a restricted time.”
In addition to these films – and we suggest you have a look at our greatest James Bond films information for the movies to observe first – Prime Video has additionally launched a brand new documentary that’s based mostly on the unbelievable music on James Bond.
Referred to as The Sound of 007, it has been directed by Mat Whitecross (Oasis: Supersonic) for Prime Video and MGM.
It seems on the historical past of six many years of James Bond music, “taking viewers on a journey from Sean Connery’s Dr. No by to Daniel Craig’s ultimate outing in No Time To Die.”
If that wasn’t sufficient Bond for you, Amazon additionally globally streamed The Sound of 007: LIVE from the Royal Albert Corridor – a current live performance that was placed on by David Arnold on the Royal Albert Corridor, which featured the likes of Dame Shirley Bassey and others belting out the enduring music of Bond to an viewers.
All of this could assist fill your time whereas we look forward to an announcement on who would be the new James Bond.
These hoping for a youthful actor, although, are out of luck because the producers of the franchise have confirmed that they’re in search of “a 30-something” for the function.
Head to the James Bond hub on Amazon now.