Every James Bond film and new documentary coming to Amazon Prime Video for 007 60th anniversary

From Dr. No to No Time to Die, all 25 movies will be available in the UK, US and more

Sean Connery as James Bond in Goldfinger and Daniel Craig as James Bond in No Time to Die
(Image credit: MGM / EON)

Every James Bond movie is officially coming to Amazon Prime Video as part of 007's 60th anniversary from next month. 

It's been confirmed by Amazon that all 25 films will be available to stream on the platform starting October 5th, 2022. The complete James Bond collection will be available to watch in the UK, US, Australia, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico / Latin America (excluding Brazil), Spain and Southeast Asia. With the exception of No Time To Die, the 24 films will be available for a limited time in territories including Germany, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Brazil.

The James Bond collection was added in April to Amazon Prime Video for those in the UK before then being removed in June. No Time to Die was the exception, having a 12-month window on the platform and is still available now. Whether this will be extended as a result of this new announcement is unclear.

T3 has reached out to Amazon for comment. 

Amazon closed its purchase (opens in new tab) of MGM for $8.5 billion dollars in March and subsequently has begun utilising the license for its streaming service since. As part of this Amazon is now releasing a James Bond documentary focused on the six-decade history of 007 music. The Sound of 007 will be available on October 5th, 2022. 

Additionally, following the live EON Productions and David Arnold-created charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall in October, Amazon Prime Video will stream an exclusive recording of the show – The Sound of 007: Live from the Royal Albert Hall.

The full list of James Bond films available to stream are as below: 

  • 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
  • License 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        

Earlier this month, the producers behind James Bond provided an update on the future of 007 and commented on whether Idris Elba could play 007. 

Meanwhile, Hitman developer IO Interactive hinted at a possible release date for its new Project 007 video game and we might be waiting some time before we get to play.

Matthew Forde
Staff Writer

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