The 25th James Bond film, No Time To Die, is scheduled to finally make its theatrical debut in the U.S. on Oct. 8 following six postponements over the past two years. But whether or not the movie actually ends up hitting theaters on that day, you’ll still be able to enjoy No Time To Die in another way thanks to TASCHEN’s newly-updated James Bond Archives book.
TASCHEN’s The James Bond Archives “No Time To Die” Edition is the latest printing of the German art book brand’s stellar 007 compendium. The hardcover book details the making of all 25 Eon-produced Bond movies (plus two notorious unofficial entries), from 1962’s Dr. No up to and including No Time To Die. The 648-page, 14.64-lb. tome features more than 1,007 high-quality images and an extensive oral history told by more than 150 of the franchise’s cast and crewmembers. The newly added content includes exclusive photography from the making of No Time To Die, as well as interviews with star Daniel Craig, director Cary Fukunaga, and more. Priced at $200, The James Bond Archives “No Time To Die” Edition will be available from TASCHEN this October.
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