All the James Bond movies are returning to theaters for the 60th anniversary
James Bond returns to the big screen ahead of schedule after it was announced that all 25 Bond films will hit theaters as part of 007’s 60th birthday celebrations.
UK and Irish cinema screenings of Bond titles – from Dr. No to Casino Royale and No Time To Die – will begin from mid-April this year, culminating in Global Bond Day on October 5, 2022.
“In 1962, Sean Connery introduced the character of Ian Fleming to movie audiences. ‘Bond, James Bond’ stands today as one of the most iconic moments in movie history,” the press release reads. official.
It continues: “The films will be screened in stunning 4K and will screen chronologically in Vue and Odeon cinemas across the UK and Ireland from mid-April with Dr. No’s 60th birthday, until No Time To Die in October, alongside other celebratory programs at select theaters nationwide.”
The announcement comes hot on the heels of Bond’s recent Oscar and BAFTA retrospectives, in addition to the release of Daniel Craig’s latest outing as an MI6 agent in the hit No Time To Die.
Released in September last year following pandemic delays, the epic adventure sees Bond forced out of retirement in Jamaica to help old CIA ally Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) track down a kidnapped scientist (David Dencik). You can read our No Time To Die review to learn more about it.
No Time to Die is now available to rent on digital platforms such as Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Sky Store and other online movie retailers.
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