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To get in the mood for "No Time to Die": You can now stream ALL James Bond films here

Originally scheduled for April 2020, "James Bond - No Time to Die" was due to hit cinemas in November after the first Corona-related postponement. But nothing came of that either. The current theatrical release of “No Time to Die” is March 31, 2021. Alternatively, you can now comfortably prepare for the 25th mission of the cult agent with the license to kill ...

... because from today you get a single streaming subscription all previous 007 adventures in one fell swoop - on Sky or Sky Ticket.

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Sky subscribers can look forward to a lot of action replenishment. Incidentally, those who do not use the streaming platform can simply test Sky for a month without being bound. In addition, there is currently a very special promotion:

›› Sky & Netflix in a package - from 20 euros *

From Sean Connery to Daniel Craig

The author of these lines decided a few months ago to close his big James Bond education gap - and got the Blu-ray box directly to finally catch up on the missions from the time before Daniel Craig and Pierce Brosnan. If Sky had come around the corner earlier with the complete package, I would probably have saved myself that. Anyway, it can't hurt to have this special piece of film history on the shelf anyway.

By the way, this weekend you can get almost 500 films on Amazon Prime Video for just 97 cents - and that includes a handful of 007 adventures. If you want the all-round carefree package, you are probably better off at Sky.

›› These films are currently available for 97 cents on Amazon Prime Video *

Whether your favorite is the recently deceased original James Bond Sean Connery, you still regret that Timothy Dalton only slipped into the role of super agent twice or simply grew up in the era of Roger Moore, who has been your favorite ever since - Sky offers the full program, starting with “James Bond 007 is chasing Dr. No ”(1962) to“ Specter ”(2015).

And if you still need a little inspiration: We started our series of articles back in September in which the FILMSTARTS editors write about their favorite Bond. Due to the postponed start of "No Time to Die", the series is currently paused, but two declarations of love have already made it to our site:

Legendary villain: favorite Bond "Goldfinger"

Great underwater action: Favorite Bond "Fireball"

This is how it continues in "No Time to Die"

James Bond (Daniel Craig) actually wants to finally lead a quiet life - until his old friend from the CIA Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) contacts him again. Bond is supposed to help rescue a kidnapped scientist. But soon he not only has to deal with an old friend (Christoph Waltz), but also with the mysterious Safin (Rami Malek), who pulls the strings in the background as a genius puller.

Also present when Daniel Craig slips into the role of the legendary MI-6 agent for the last time will include Ana De Armas, Lashana Lynch, Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Ben Wishaw and Billy Magnussen.

The most important information about Black Friday & Cyber ​​Week: As of today there are lots of offers on Amazon & Co.

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