Agent 007 is set to have an official home in the streaming age. It has officially been announced that that all 25 James Bond films will be available to view on Amazon Prime Video. This includes every film between the initial Dr. No, starring the late Sean Connery, to the most recent 2021 release, No Time to Die, which served as a conclusion to Daniel Craig’s run as the ever-popular character. They are planned to release on October 5, though Amazon has stated that the films will be available on the streamer “for a limited time.”
In addition to all the films arriving on Prime Video, the new documentary The Sound of 007 is set to release on the platform on October 5th as well. The documentary is set to survey the history of the character on the silver screen for the 60 years he’s been present in the zeitgeist. Mat Whitecross served as director for the project. To coincide with these James Bond-related projects, The Sound of 007: Live from the Royal Albert Hall, an exclusive recording of the live charity concert, will debut on Prime Video.
All of this news comes with recent revelations that the process of finding the next actor to portray James Bond is underway. Producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson have confirmed the plans to further evolve the famous character with the times and the potentially decade-long commitment that will be needed from the future face of the franchise. Ultimately, it will be interesting to follow how the world of James Bond continues into a new era of film history.