The James Bond saga will finally be available in its entirety to lucky Amazon Prime Video subscribers. The streaming service has confirmed that it will launch a new collection of all 25 films later this month.
The collection takes us from Sean Connery in Dr. No to Daniel Craig’s latest film, No Time To Die. All the films will be released on April 15, with Prime Video confirming that they will be available for a “limited time” – two months, to be precise, with the exception of No Time To Die which can be watched for 12 months. The news also marks the streaming premiere of Craig’s latest Bond film following its theatrical release in 2021. The streaming launch comes after MGM, which owns the rights to the Bond films, was purchased by Amazon.
Only two Bond films will not be included in the collection: the 1967 version of Casino Royale, and Never Say Never Again. The pair are not considered canon in the Bond universe as they were not developed by EON Productions.
Here is the full list of James Bond films that will be available:
This is the first time that all movies have been included on a single streaming platform without having to be purchased individually. It is therefore clear that there has never been a better time for a new watch. Shall we have our martinis?
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