James Bond fans may need to hunt down their DVDs again, as the entire catalog is set to release Prime Video next month.
The streaming service confirmed that the entire 25-movie collection would be available to stream only for a limited time back in April, and now it seems the time is up.
Almost all James Bond movies will now leave Prime Video on June 14thwith the exception of Daniel Craig’s final outing as Bond in No Time to Die.
The move to stream the full collection exclusively on the platform took place later Amazon bought Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) for $ 8.45 billion in 2021.
Since April 15, fans have been able to revisit some of the franchise’s classics including Casino Royale, Goldfinger, Thunderball, and Diamonds are eternal, but only for a limited time. While the franchise could return to the streaming platform in the future, nothing has been confirmed yet.
After almost 60 years of movies, the gentle English spy has a distinctive character and it is Bond screenwriter John Logan worried it would be lost when MGM was acquired by the corporate giant.
“When I heard this news, I was shocked,” he confessed, “having worked as a writer on Skyfall and SpectrumI know Bond isn’t just another franchise, not a Wonderful or a DC; it is a family business that has been carefully nurtured and grazed through the changing times by the Broccoli / Wilson family.
“Workshops on Skyfall and Spectrum it was like a hearty discussion around dinner, with Barbara Broccoli and her half-brother Michael Wilson letting all the unruly children talk. “
He continued: “Every crazy aunt or eccentric uncle got a vote. We argued and argued and came to a resolution, as families should, without outside voices in the room.
“Please let 007 drink his martinis in peace. Don’t shake him, don’t move him.”
The most recent escape saw Daniel Craig’s Bond finally meet his death, which left fans divided. However, it also opened up the opportunity to reinvent the long-running franchise with not only new Bond coming inbut a new direction for the movies also.
Watch the entire collection of James Bond movies Amazon Prime Video until June 14th.
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