James Bond: New '60 Years of Bond' trailer for 007's return to cinemas (exclusive)

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Watch the brand new 60 Years of Bond trailer

2022 marks 60 years of James Bond films and to celebrate all 25 Bond films are back in UK and Ireland cinemas — screening chronologically every week at Vue, Odeon and Cineworld until October — culminating with James Bond Day on 5 October.

We are thrilled to share a brand new trailer which has been cut for the 60th Anniversary Season of Bond featuring Sir Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Sir Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, Daniel Craig and a whole host of heroes, villain, gadgets, cars, and vodka martinis — all shaken, not stirred.

Watch it above.

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1965's Thunderball is currently in cinemas, with 1967's You Only Live Twice arriving on Friday. Check local listings for details.

Sean Connery as Ian Fleming's James Bond 007 in Dr. No. (MGM/Park Circus)
Sean Connery as Ian Fleming's James Bond 007 in Dr. No. (MGM/Park Circus)

Audiences were first introduced to Ian Fleming's creation on the big screen in 1962, with Sir Sean Connery playing 007 in Dr. No.

There have been 25 official Bond films released to date with six actors playing 007.

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1967's Casino Royale and 1983's Never Say Never Again are not considered canon.

The release dates for the films are as follows:

  • Dr No - 15 April

  • From Russia With Love - 22 April

  • Goldfinger - 29 April

  • Thunderball - 6 May

  • You Only Live Twice - 13 May

  • On Her Majesty's Secret Service - 20 May

British actress Diana Rigg and Australian actor George Lazenby on the set of On Her Majesty's Secret Service, directed by British Peter R. Hunt. (Photo by Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)
Diana Rigg and George Lazenby on the set of On Her Majesty's Secret Service, directed by British Peter R Hunt. (Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)
  • Diamonds Are Forever - 27 May

  • Live and Let Die - 3 June

  • The Man With The Golden Gun - 10 June

  • The Spy Who Loved Me - 17 June

  • Moonraker - 24 June

Actor Roger Moore on the set of
Roger Moore on the set of Octopussy. (Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)
  • For Your Eyes Only - 1 July

  • Octopussy - 8 July

  • A View To A Kill - 15 July

  • The Living Daylights - 22 July

Actor Timothy Dalton and actress Maryam d'Abo on the set of
Timothy Dalton and Maryam d'Abo on the set of The Living Daylights. (Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)
  • Licence To Kill - 29 July

  • GoldenEye - 5 August

  • Tomorrow Never Dies - 12 August

  • The World Is Not Enough - 19 August

(Original Caption) Pierce Brosnan and Desmond Llewelyn. (Photo by Keith Hamshere/Sygma via Getty Images)
Pierce Brosnan and Desmond Llewelyn. (Keith Hamshere/Sygma via Getty Images)
  • Die Another Day - 26 August

  • Casino Royale - 2 September

  • Quantum of Solace - 9 September

  • Skyfall - 16 September

  • Spectre - 23 September

  • No Time To Die - 30 September

No Time To Die hits UK cinemas on 30 September (MGM/Universal Pictures/EON)
No Time To Die hits UK cinemas on 30 September. (MGM/Universal Pictures/EON)

Park Circus is coordinating theatrical activity on behalf of MGM.

Tributes have already been paid to the long-running spy series at the Baftas, which saw Dame Shirley Bassey performing Diamonds Are Forever in the show opening, and at the Academy Awards where a montage was played during the ceremony.

A new James Bond video game is also in development at IO Interactive, from the makers of the Hitman games, and is rumoured to release later this year.

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