And after release delays, anticipation is finally building for the eagerly anticipated release of Daniel Craig's final outing as Bond.
Regardless of what you think of the film, Craig has been a fine servant in the Special Agent role, continuing a legacy that hits it's 60th Anniversary next year.
I have been a massive Bond fan since I first saw YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE on ITV around 1978 and loved catching the Bond films at all times. My first venture to see a Bond film was in 1979 with MOONRAKER and a year later when THE SPY WHO LOVED ME played in a double bill with THE PINK PANTHER STRIKES AGAIN.
I first saw a Bond film in London in 1989 with LICENCE TO KILL and saw every single one of them in Leicester Square. I was also privileged to attend two Royal Film Performances of a Bond film, DIE ANOTHER DAY in 2002 and Craig's first outing, CASINO ROYALE, in 2006.
It just doesn't feel right to watch this film first anywhere other than the cinema - and that is where I will be next month when it finally bows on the big-screen.
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