The entire James Bond collection – including the most recent hit, No Time To Die – is returning to Amazon’s Prime Video service in the UK (as well as in the US), where members will be able to stream it at no extra cost.
All 25 films (two are missing – see the full list below) will become available to stream in the UK on October 5, 2022.
That date marks 60 years since the world premiere of Dr. No, the first 007 film, on October 5, 1962.
In addition to the film collection, Prime Video will debut The Sound of 007 – a Mat Whitecross-helmed feature documentary about the remarkable history of six decades of James Bond music.
This isn’t the first time the entire Bond collection pops up on Prime Video – it was last added in April, but was then removed in June. Therefore, if you missed it last time – you’re in luck.
As before, the James Bond collection will only be available on Prime Video “for a limited time”, though an actual end date hasn’t been announced yet.
Daniel Craig’s No Time To Die (the 25th film in the official franchise), one of the most successful Bond films ever, is already available (at no extra cost for members) on Prime Video – with the rest joining it in October.
Of course, the re-addition of the collection to Prime Video might have something to do with Amazon’s recent purchase of MGM, in a multi-billion-dollar deal (though Eon will continue to produce the films).
How To Watch James Bond In The UK
On Wednesday, October 5, the James Bond collection will be coming to Prime Video in the UK.
Prime Video (see our full review of it), the streaming service from Amazon, has a big library of on-demand movies, TV programmes and original productions.
You can watch Prime Video on almost every streaming device (such as Roku and Fire TV), Smart TVs in the UK, Sky Q and Sky Glass, tablets and smartphones – as most of them already have the Prime Video app.
Prime Video membership can be had by either getting an annual Amazon Prime subscription (which currently costs £95/year) or with a stand-alone, monthly subscription (at £8.99/month).
There’s also a Prime Video-only membership, at £5.99/month, though it’s a bit tricky to get – see our guide here.
If you’re not an Amazon Prime member yet, you can get a free 30-day trial.
All 25 “official” James Bond films will be coming to Prime Video, excluding the original Casino Royale (1967), and Never Say Never Again (1983) which were not produced by Eon.
The full list includes:
- Dr. No
- From Russia With Love
- 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
- For Your Eyes Only
- A View To A Kill
- The Living Daylights
- Licence To Kill
- Tomorrow Never Dies
- The World Is Not Enough
- Die Another Day
- Casino Royale
- Quantum Of Solace
- No Time To Die
The Sound of 007
In addition to the movie collection, a documentary about the music of James Bond will also premiere on October 5, on Prime Video.
The film was directed by BIFA- and BAFTA-nominee Mat Whitecross (The Kings, Oasis: Supersonic, The Road to Guantánamo) for Prime Video and MGM.
The feature documentary pulls back the curtain on the remarkable history of six decades of James Bond music, taking viewers on a journey from Sean Connery’s Dr. No through to Daniel Craig’s final outing in No Time To Die.
The film charts the incredible history of the music, enthralling true tales behind the tunes and famous faces who have recorded some of the most beloved soundtracks in cinema.
Furthermore, 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 will perform iconic Bond themes.