Every James Bond Movie Hits Amazon Prime for Series' 60th Anniversary
From Dr. No to No Time to Die, you can watch all the spy thrillers, along with a special on the spy series' music.
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We'll call it From Seattle With Love. The 25 James Bond films landed on Amazon Prime Video on Wednesday to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the movie franchise built around author Ian Fleming's iconic superspy. Pacific Northwest-based Amazon said last week.
The service also premiered The Sound of 007, a new documentary about the music of the films. It features music and film clips from the various movies, plus historical video and new interviews with those who've been involved with the music of Bond. Billie Eilish and Paul McCartney, the respective artist behind the No Time to Die and Live and Let Die theme songs, are among those interviewed in the new film.
A 60th anniversary translates to a lot of 007 films. So if you're not sure where to start, CNET's Skillings, Jon Skillings can help. He's got a whole rundown on the Bond flicks and which ones to check out first.