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To Celebrate James Bond Day Prime Video announced that 25 James Bond films will be available to stream in the U.S., U.K, and other key territories as part of the 60th-anniversary celebration of the legendary film franchise. Prime Video also unveiled the official posters and trailers for the 60th-anniversary celebration and for The Sound of 007, a Mat Whitecross-helmed feature documentary about the remarkable history of six decades of James Bond music that will premiere exclusively on Prime Video in 240 countries and territories worldwide. All 25 of the Bond franchise films and The Sound of 007 will be available from today, October 5th. 


You can read my review for The Sound of 007 Documentary HERE

The 25 films coming to Prime Video in the U.S., U.K., Australia, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico/Latin America (excluding Brazil), Spain, and Southeast Asia for a limited time are Dr. No, From Russia with Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Diamonds Are Forever, Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, A View to a Kill, The Living Daylights, Licence to Kill, GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, Die Another Day, Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, Spectre, and No Time To Die. With the exception of No Time To Die, the 24 films will be available for a limited time in territories including Germany, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Brazil. 


Additionally, following the live October 4 EON Productions and David Arnold-created charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall, Prime Video will globally stream an exclusive recording of the show—The Sound of 007: LIVE from the Royal Albert Hall.

At the event, guest vocalists and a host of stars performed the iconic Bond themes. The event marked 60 years since the world premiere of Dr. No,the first 007 film,on 5 October 1962 and will benefit Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy and The BRIT Trust. All funds raised from this spectacular event will go directly towards helping thousands of people across the UK to connect and communicate through the power of music.

Highlights included Dame Shirley Bassey, the only artist to record three James Bond songs, who delighted fans by opening the show with ‘Diamonds Are Forever’ and ‘Goldfinger’. Original performing artists Lulu and Garbage then took to the stage to perform their hits ‘The Man with the Golden Gun” and ‘The World Is Not Enough’ respectively. Paying tribute to more recent Bond films, legendary composer Hans Zimmer accompanied the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and David Arnold to perform a “No Time To Die” suite.

The Hall’s celebration of James Bond will continue with Films in Concert screenings of Casino Royale (2006), Skyfall (2012) and Spectre (2015) from 17-20 November.

The Sound of 007 in concert at The Royal Albert Hall on October 04, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for EON Productions & Prime Video)


Christie’s and EON Productions charity evening auction, Sixty Years of James Bond, realises a total of £6,103,500 

In celebration of the 60th anniversary of 007 on the silver screen, 100% of the 25 lots presented were sold during the evening. The auction vendors, led by EON Productions, are donating 100% of their auction proceeds to nominated charitable causes, and Christie’s is donating 100% of the profitable proceeds from the buyer’s premium.

The top lot of Part I Live Auction was the No Time To DieAston Martin replica DB5 stunt car, selling for an impressive £2,922,000. Lively bidding saw a Swarovski crystal-mounted prop egg made by Asprey, London in the manner of Fabergé from the film Octopussy (1983) reach £327,600, against a pre-sale high estimate of £10,000 to benefit UNICEF. Other highlights included The World Is Not Enough Q jet boat, realising £126,000, No Time To Die Aston Martin V8, making £630,000, and an OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition, selling for £226,800. The No Time To Die Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE stunt motorcycle closed the spectacular evening achieving £138,600 for Severn Hospice.


Decca Records presents Bond 25, an orchestrated album featuring all 25 of the iconic Bond themes expertly reimagined and newly recorded by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

The album, recorded at Abbey Road Studios, includes brand new arrangements of the iconic title themes including From Russia With Love, Diamonds Are Forever, Live And Let Die, GoldenEye andDie Another Day, tracks listed chronologically from 1962’s Dr. No to 2020’s UK No.1 single No Time To Die.

The 60th Anniversary Celebrations have well and truly started as we celebrate an iconic and monumental occasion. This year is all about the music and showcasing the remarkable history of the iconic Bond themes and scores that have been written/sung for more than 6 decades.

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DC and Warner Bros. Discovery on Cusp of Animation Deal with Amazon



There has been much anticipation in waiting to see the unveiling of the structure of James Gunn and Peter Safran as the new heads of DC for Warner Bros. News came just this week from Gunn that the comic book flagship money maker for Warner Bros. that he and Safran are aiming to make everything cohesive within their vision connecting movies, television, video games and animation throughout the universe. However, a new report from Deadline sees that they may be looking at a new (or additional) streaming home for animated content surrounding their heroes and villains.

In an article originally reported from Deadline, Channing Dungey, the Chairwoman of Warner Bros. Television, has alluded to “closing a big deal” with Amazon featuring DC branded content in animation on their streaming platform, Amazon Prime Video. Though she also explained that HBO Max will be the “first stop” for all things DC, it’s interesting to note a deal such as this potentially going through with a company and competitor as big as Amazon, no less.

While it’s hard to imagine any major DC characters synonymous with the brand such as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman or Green Lantern getting animated foray onto Prime Video, it begs the question, could we see Amazon as a pipeline to popularity for some lesser-known characters getting introduced to a larger audience? There is so much potential and richness of characters within the DC landscape that have yet to be introduced through live-action or animation so this seems like a risk that might be worth taking, especially considering the financial troubles that Warner Bros. Discovery has been reported to have. 

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Scarlett Johansson Set to Lead Amazon’s ‘Just Cause’ in First Major Television Role



 When one considers their favorite streaming services, you rarely hear Amazon Prime Video being at the top of that list. The mega online shopper turned entertainment conglomerate has The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Boys and now, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power as their shows of note, however, they’ve always lacked star power. It seems with the streamer’s latest show announcement that times are changing for Amazon.

According to an exclusive from Deadline, Scarlett Johansson is set for her first role in TV starring in Just Cause based on the 1992 novel written by John Katzenbach. Christy Hall (I’m Not Okay with This) will pen the adaptation that will gender swap the main character from Matt Cowart to Madison “Madi” Cowart, who will be played by Johansson. Cowart is a struggling reporter for a Miami newspaper who is sent to cover the final remaining days of a convict on death row.

The role is significantly unique to Johansson as her second on-screen role at the age of 10, was in a 1995 feature film version of the novel playing the daughter of the revamped lead character, Paul Armstrong, played by Sean Connery. Johansson, a two-time Oscar nominee will also produce the film under her These Pictures production banner. 

Johansson has spent most of her time over the last decade playing one of the main Avengers for Marvel as Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow. She first appeared as the character in 2010’s Iron Man 2 before succumbing to her death in the highest-grossing film of all-time, Avengers: Endgame. Following that, she led her own prequel film aptly titled, Black Widow in 2021 following the pandemic. Johansson was also lauded recently for Jojo Rabbit and Marriage Story, both performances coming in 2019 and earning her Oscar nominations. The actress is currently filming Project Artemis for Apple alongside Channing Tatum and Asteroid City, the latest from auteur Wes Anderson.

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The Sound of 007 Review: Celebrating 60 Years of Bond Music



The 60th Anniversary celebrations have begun with a license to Thrill us James Bond fans as BIFA- and BAFTA-nominee director Mat Whitecross takes us on a journey from Sean Connery’s Dr No through to Daniel Craig’s final outing in No Time To Die. Ultimately showcasing the remarkable history of the iconic Bond themes and score music throughout the six decades. 

The Sound of 007 is a passionate and nostalgic documentary that charts the incredible history of the music and tells viewers about the enthralling true tales behind the tunes and the famous faces who have recorded some of the most beloved soundtracks in Cinema history. 

The feature length special which is streaming exclusively on Prime Video offers viewers inside information and an in-depth look at what it takes to create these iconic tracks that are featured all across Bond’s 25 film catalogue as for over sixty years Eon Productions has launched such iconic soundtracks and theme songs some that have been performed by legendary artists such as Dame Shirley Bassey, Tom Jones, Paul McCartney, Lulu, Tina Turner, Madonna, Duran Duran, Jack White and Alicia Keya, Garbage, Adele, Sam Smith, Billy Eilish- to name a few.

The Bond theme is a cinematic masterpiece and the documentary breaks it down from it’s conception and creation by Monty Norman to its arrangement by John Barry. Barry was an instrumental and integral part in creating the music of Bond as his arrangement of the theme led him to compose the scores for eleven films in the Bond franchise, among them is “GOLDFINGER”. Barry had this big brass band performing group called “The John Barry Seven” and he integrated the brass instruments with the orchestrations for the classical films in the beginning of the franchise starting with “DR. NO” 60 years ago today in 1962.

Archival footage of interviews by the late John Barry are shown with a fantastic interview from Michael Cain who was staying with Barry at the time and couldn’t sleep due to Barry playing the piano throughout the night. It was only till morning did Caine become the first person in the world to hear the finished “GOLDFINGER” Theme sung powerfully by Dame Shirley Bassey.

Throughout the documentary we are also treated to new interviews with the likes of Daniel Craig and Barbara Broccoli who provides such caring and emotional words towards meeting with Amy Winehouse. the music of Bond also helps the audience know what’s going on inside him in terms of his adrenaline we get action-packed. loud orchestral music but when he feels joy, heartbreak the music becomes more of a Lament. Music Mastermind Hans Zimmer simply puts it that the music of 007 conveys the scene’s themes of sex, death, duty, and sacrifice. Music has the ability to connect to our subconscious and enables all these emotions that perhaps we’ve never felt before.

The documentary truly takes you on a journey through 1962 to current times showing how each theme and soundtrack have developed and evolved throughout the years and the film also takes us through the process of what it takes to create a piece of iconic music. Each film introduces a new sound, one that keeps the franchise contemporary but also gives a nod to the past by incorporating some of the classic cords and melody’s and with Craig’s Bond era the music was something we’ve never heard before.

This 90 minute documentary showcases the different themes and styles from looking back on six decades of Bond songs. We see how they brought the iconic James bond theme to life in 1962 and go through so many themes sung by incredibly gifted artists as director Mat Whitecross showcases a labour of love that ultimately shows how music can breath life into not just the story but also the characters themselves. We also get to hear and see a reflection on the artists that never got their chance like Amy Winehouse and Radiohead who had a theme for Spectre.

The Sound of 007 shows the passion the director, interviewees, and creative team have for this franchise and offers us a glimpse on how important and impactful the music really is. Overall it’s a celebration of music and the everlasting legecy these songs have had for 60 years and will continue to have for generations.

Dive into the iconic music of 007 below!

Produced by John Battsek at Ventureland, MGM, and EON Productions, The Sound of 007 is now streaming only on Prime Video.

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