Grab your best black tie suit and rev up the sports car because almost the entire 007 franchise is now available on Prime Video in Australia as of today, Wednesday (May 11).
Whether you think Daniel Craig, Sean Connery or even Pierce Bronson is the best Bond, 25 James Bond flicks have been added to the popular streaming service so you can have the ultimate super-spy binge.
With No Time To Die being released exclusively on Prime Video, the rest of the films based on the novels by Ian Fleming will also drop today.
Last year was a challenging year for Bond fans as we mourned (spoiler alert) the death of Daniel Craig’s incarnation of the legendary secret service agent after he was spectacularly killed off in a missile explosion.
But now is a perfect time to reminisce and take a deep dive into cinematic history with the likes of Skyfall, Goldfinger, Die Another Die, License To Kill, Octopussy, Tomorrow Never Dies, the list goes on.
The only film that has not been included is A View to a Kill, but not to fret movie lovers, as the feature may be added to the list in future.
The move to include all the 007 movies comes after Prime Video acquired MGM, the mega-media company behind 4,000 film titles, including the James Bond franchise, Rocky, Raging Bull, Creed and Legally Blond, earlier this year.
The announcement was made in March, with the chief operating officer of MGM Chris Brearton, saying he was looking forward to the new partnership as it would allow more opportunities for the company to deliver diverse storytelling to its customers.
He said: "MGM has been responsible for the creation of some of the most well-known and critically acclaimed films and television series of the past century.
“We look forward to continuing that tradition as we head into this next chapter, coming together with the great team at Prime Video and Amazon Studios to provide audiences with the very best in entertainment for years to come."
And with that good news, make sure you kick back with a vesper martini in hand while enjoying a James Bond marathon courtesy of Prime Video.
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