“No Time To Die” is finally, officially in theaters. It’s been an extra long road for this James Bond movie to come out, but the wait is over now. Since today is Bond day and all (at least for U.S. theaters), we figured it was time to get you a wrap-up of all the Bond-related content you’ll want to go along with the film.
Below, you’ll find stories we’ve published about “No Time To Die” over the past couple of weeks. Beware of any spoilers if you haven’t seen the movie yet (if not, get to it), but those who have viewed it can read on safely.
Since you’re here at Autoblog, we figure this is the one you’re most likely looking for. The list of excellent cars in this latest Bond installment is a long one, and we have them all contained in this succinct list.
Just as in past Bond movies, automotive (and motorcycle) enthusiasts will be delighted at every corner in “No Time To Die.” From the classic Aston Martin DB5 to flying Land Rover Defenders, this Bond has plenty of eye candy for the engine-minded.
Ever been curious about all the incredible stunts that are seemingly routinely pulled in every James Bond movie? Well, here are some answers from the stunt master himself, Chris Corbould. In this story, we sit down with Corbould and grill him on how it’s pulled off so masterfully.
As you’d expect, “No Time To Die” has its fair share of stunts. From the bonkers motorcycle jump seen in one of the trailers, to more we won’t detail for fear of spoiling your fun of watching them. Make sure to see the movie, then come back here for more background on how the sausage is made.
You want more cars? We’ve got you covered. Our James Bond expert, James Riswick, ranks all of the Bond movie based on the cars within. Of course, Bond films are known for the excellent “Bond cars” depicted within them, so picking the best requires some parsing.
If you’re hoping to get up to speed with all the great Bond cars before (or after) seeing “No Time To Die,” this is a great way to do it. No stone is left unturned, so take a ride with us down memory lane and see if you agree with our definitive list.
If you’ve already seen “No Time To Die,” you’ll likely find this one extra fascinating, as Land Rover gives us some background on one of the movie’s most important chase scenes. And if you haven’t seen the movie yet, well, this will likely make you want to see it.
All of the jumping and crashing of Land Rovers is real in this Bond movie (no CGI), and it’s a serious treat to see.
Bonus: Land Rover is actually selling Land Rover Defender V8 Bond Edition models. If you’re a massive Bond enthusiast looking for a production “movie car,” this is about as close as you can get for a new car ripped straight out of “No Time To Die.”