YouTube Streaming First 19 James Bond Movies for Free

The release date for the 25th edition of the James Bond series, “No Time to Die” is set for April 2 next year. For those who are upset about this news, there is good news.

The first 19 movies in the James Bond series, including U.S. media Fox Business, are showing free, said YouTube, a Google-owned video streaming platform. But only United States users can enjoy this opportunity. The movies are being screened from the Free to Watch section of YouTube.

U.S. media reported that YouTube and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer have launched the show of the series to pay tribute to the famous Scottish actor Sir Thomas Sean Connery.

READ MORE: Release of James Bond’s Film ‘No Time to Die’ Delayed Again

Sir Thomas Sean Connery died on October 31 at the age of 90. Sean Connery came to the attention of the cast of the James Bond series, created by Ian Fleming. Sean Connery starred in seven Bond movies from 1962 to 1983. In 1988, he won the Academy (Oscar) award for his role in “The Untacheable”.

READ ALSO: James Bond Actor Sir Sean Connery Dies Aged 90

Meanwhile, Carrie Jozy Fukunaga, who is awaiting release, directed the spy-action thriller ‘No Time to Die’. Produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Brooklyn under the banner of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Ion Productions. Daniel Craig plays mi-6 agent James Bond in his fifth outing in the film.

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