This Week on the Box





Sun 18/6 Bond-A-Thon 10:00
ION Television
Sun 18/6 “James Bond 007 – Octopussy” 03:00
Sun 18/6 “Casino Royale” 22:00
Mon 19/6 “SPECTRE” 18:00
Foxtel Movies Action
Wed 21/6 “SPECTRE” 18:00
C More Hits
Sat 24/6 “Człowiek, który został Bondem” 22:00
BBC Brit
Sat 24/6 “James Bond 007 – Sag niemals nie” 22:45

James Bond All-Nighter at the Prince Charles Cinema

The Prince Charles Theatre in London will once again be hosting an all night James Bond movie marathon commencing at 9:00PM on Saturday, 29 July 2017 and finishing at 10:30AM on Sunday, 30 July, 2017.

Film Schedule:

21:00 – “Goldfinger”
23:05 – “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”
01:30 – “The Spy Who Loved Me”
03:40 – “The Living Daylights”
06:00 – “GoldenEye”
08:20 – “Casino Royale”

Sir Roger Moore Tribute at Gartenbaukino

The Spy Who Loved Me For Your Eyes Only

On Saturday, 24 June, 2017 the Gartenbaukino will screen a tribute to Sir Roger Moore, featuring “The Spy Who Loved Me” and “For Your Eyes Only”. Fifty percent of proceeds will be donated to UNICEF.

Film: “The Spy Who Loved Me”
Location: Gartenbaukino, Wien, Austria
Date: Saturday, 24 June, 2017
Time: 20:30
Tickets: €12 (Single) / €20 (Double Feature)

Film: “For Your Eyes Only”
Location: Gartenbaukino, Wien, Austria
Date: Saturday, 24 June, 2017
Time: 22:45
Tickets: €12 (Single) / €20 (Double Feature)

‘Becoming Bond’ to Screen at the Revelation Perth International Film Festival

Becoming Bond Poster ‘Becoming Bond’ will screen on the opening night of the Revelation Perth International Film Festival on Thursday, 6 July, 2017 at the Luna Leederville, Western Australia.

Screenings held on the Thursday, 6 July and Saturday, 8 July will feature a Q&A with George Lazenby.

Film: “Becoming Bond”
Location: Luna Leederville, Perth, Western Australia
Date: Thursday, 6 July, 2017
Time: 7:00PM
Tickets: $46.50 – $56.50

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James Corden and David Beckham Audition to Be the Next James Bond

The Late Late Show‘ wrapped a week of shows in London on Thursday night with a James Bond skit featuring host James Corden and retired soccer star and model David Beckham.

The skit sees the two take turns showing off their best Bond skills – the gun barrel, seducing a Bond girl, and a seat at the casino – before things take a violent turn at the card table. Ultimately, the pair decided not to let the role get between their friendship, instead opting to star in a different franchise, as Batman and Robin.