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This might be the month that James Bond fans who have been on the fence about getting an Amazon Prime subscription might finally spring for one. According to a story from Empire, Amazon is planning to bring practically every single James Bond film to its Prime Video streaming service on April 15. These include Sean Connery’s older classics, such as Goldfinger and From Russia with Love, as well as Daniel Craig’s swan song as James Bond, No Time to Die, which released just half a year ago. The only films that are excluded are 1967’s Casino Royale and 1983’s Never Say Never Again, neither of which were produced by Eon Productions, the British film production company that has been behind the James Bond movies since 1962.

The full list of James Bond films coming to Prime Video:

  • 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
  • No Time To Die

The James Bond Catalogue Is Coming To Amazon Prime This April (Empire)

When Amazon’s acquisition of MGM was confirmed, it didn’t take someone with 00 status to realise why they’d want to take on the historic movie studio. Among all the IP included in the deal was Rocky, Robocop, and – most importantly – a slice of James Bond (though Eon still remain the overall producers). While the first Amazon Bond project was recently revealed to be a massive globetrotting gameshow (in the works long before the deal was struck), the thing Prime Video members will have been waiting for has now officially been announced: the entire (canonical) James Bond catalogue is coming to Amazon’s streaming service very soon.

It’s been revealed that the 25 central Bond movie will be “coming to Prime Video for a limited time” on 15 April – that’s all of them, excluding the 1967 Casino Royale, and 1983’s Never Say Never Again, neither of which were produced by Eon. And yes, last year’s No Time To Die is indeed included.

The entire 007 saga coming to Prime Video should be a major Amazon draw – though, it’s notable that the collection is announced to be arriving for a “limited time”. It may not be a total replacement for the full Blu-ray boxset in that case. Now, where’s that Paloma spin-off at?

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