• Why do some of James Bond's enemies seek to be 'friends' with the MI6 agent? The word 'frenemy' was not invented for the Bond films, but there are some key moments over the course of the 25-film franchise when such [...]

    By Published On: October 16th, 2022
  • In the first EON James Bond film, it was not Sean Connery who appeared in the famous gunbarrel that opened the movie: that honour fell to stuntman Bob Simmons, who could also claim to be the very first Bond stunt [...]

    By Published On: July 24th, 2020
  • What did Bond 1 really think about Bond 3's interpretation of 007? After he had completed Diamonds Are Forever (1971), and stepped aside from the role that turned him into a global star, Sean Connery remained notably reluctant to comment [...]

    By Published On: August 12th, 2019
  • It was really great to see For Your Eyes Only back on the big screen alongside The Spy Who Loved Me, as part of a very fitting tribute to the late Sir Roger Moore. In many ways, For Your Eyes Only [...]

    By Published On: June 20th, 2017
  • Bond is Back! To celebrate the life of Sir Roger Moore, the main studio MGM, the film restoration experts Park Circus, and EON Productions have announced in a joint statement that there will be special screenings of two of his 007 [...]

    By Published On: May 27th, 2017
  • One of the most daring stunts carried out during the filming of Octopussy back in 1982 involved 007 running along the top of a fast-moving railway carriage and hanging precariously onto the side as the train hurtles along through the [...]

    By Published On: November 28th, 2016
  • Now pay attention, 007. Thirty five years ago this summer Roger Moore's fifth James Bond movie For Your Eyes Only was entertaining audiences in the UK's cinemas, having just received its World Premiere (which took place on 24th June, 1981, [...]

    By Published On: July 3rd, 2016
  • For Your Eyes Only For Roger Moore’s fifth role, the script called for two vehicles. First, on the island of Corfu, Bond used a white Esprit Turbo. When the bad guys tried to break into it, it destroyed [...]

    By Published On: May 7th, 2012
  • Roger Moore Born 14th October 1927 The longest serving actor in the role to date – and a record which is unlikely to be equalled? Born in Stockwell, South London, in 1927, the son of a policeman. He [...]

    By Published On: May 3rd, 2012
  • Date of Release World Premiere 24th June 1981, Odeon Leicester Square, London Running Time 127 minutes James Bond Roger Moore Plot When a British spy ship using the Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator [...]

    By Published On: April 12th, 2012