The James Bond films, including No Time To Die, are all heading to streaming – but not for long.
As you most likely know, MGM owns a chunk of the rights to the James Bond movies. With the studio now owned by Amazon it was always likely that the 007 films would find their way onto its Prime streaming platform and that has proven to be the case. However, if you’re planning to take advantage of the fact that all 25 films (including 2021’s No Time to Die) will be available on one streaming platform, you’d best be quick if you want to watch them all.
The full collection will reportedly only be available for two months from April 15th, with the exception of Daniel Craig’s Bond swansong, No Time To Die, which will run on Prime Video for a full year. Now do pay attention 007 because by our early morning Q Branch calculations, that means you’ll need to watch three Bond films a week to work your way through the movies that are only up for a limited time. If you’re planning to go in order of release that would mean week one would comprise of Doctor No, From Russia With Love and Goldfinger, which is already proving to be a pretty tempting rabbit hole to fall into, we must say.
No reason has been given for the short window, and you won’t find Never Say Never Again or the 1967 Casino Royale on there as they are non-EON productions. If you are planning on undertaking on the whole 007 collection, which order do you plan to watch them in? Will you go for more than three a week? Which parts of the marathon are you looking forwards to? Which parts less so? Feel free to hatch your plans and strategies below.
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