The remarkably durable James Bond has been on screen for 50 years and thanks in part to the series’ gift for endless re-invention, Bond’s cinematic adventures will likely outlive us all. (more…)
Sean Connery returns and the series pivots towards heavy camp in the 7th James Bond film – Diamonds Are Forever.
James Bond travels to Japan and goes for broke in the culturally insensitivity department in 1967’s big and broad You Only Live Twice, with a screenplay by famed author Roald Dahl (writer of beloved classics like Willy Wonka, The BFG, and many more). (more…)
Thunderball finds James Bond in his biggest (and most financially successful) entry yet – an underwater romp that continued to expand many series elements including: budget, runtime and outrageous Bond antics. (more…)
Bond enters blockbuster status in the massively successful Goldfinger, as many of the series iconic elements are cemented in what’s widely considered to be the British spy’s quintessential adventure. (more…)
The James Bond movies represent the longest running film series ever (in production from 1962 to today), with Eon Productions having made 23 official entries (go home Never Say Never Again, nobody wants you!). It’s a staggering feat, and it all revolves around one suave super spy created by the talented author Mr. Ian Fleming. (more…)