Pierce Brosnan is brand ambassador for Speake-Marin watches and Kia cars

Pierce Brosnan became a brand ambassador for watchmaker Speake-Marin and he stars in a Kia commercial.


In the pre-title sequence of Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) uses a gold Dunhill lighter.

The lighter looks and works like an normal Dunhill Unique Sports lighter, but is modified by Q to work as a grenade. At the terrorist arms bazaar on the Russian border, Bond first offers a guard a light with the lighter and then he uses it as a grenade.


James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) uses a Maglite flashlight in the 1999 Bond film The World Is Not Enough.

The Maglite is available in different shapes, colors and sizes. It looks like Bond is using the full-size, 3 D-Cell model (with three 'D-Cell' batteries) in black.

Pierce Brosnan The November Man Olga Kurylenko

Bond Lifestyle takes a look at the products seen in the film The November Man, a spy movie featuring former Bond actor Pierce Brosnan and former Bond Girl Olga Kurylenko, released on August 27, 2014. This guide will be updated when there is new information. If you identified a product in the film, leave a message below, contact Bond Lifestyle or leave a message on the Bond Lifestyle Forum.


The prop rockets used on the BMW Z8 in The World Is Not Enough are made from Estes Bull Pup 12D launchable rockets.


In the movie GoldenEye (1995) James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears a pair of black Church's Diplomat shoes. He wears these black semi-brogues during the T-55 tank chase and following train scenes, together with a blue bird's eye pattern suit (Brioni model Augusto).


James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears a pair of Church's Chetwynd shoes in the movie GoldenEye (1995). These Walnut brown full brogue shoes in Nevada leather are worn in the Monaco scenes with the blue wool double breasted Brioni Plinio blazer and woolen sporty sand colour Brioni Snello trousers.


The Luton Hoo Mansion House doubles as health clinic Shrublands in the movie Never Say Never Again (1983) and a staircase in the building can be seen in The World Is Not Enough (1999).


As a Navy Commander, James Bond is well versed in the sub-aquatic and has used numerous underwater gadgets in his five decades onscreen, two of the most famous being the ‘Breathers’ seen originally in 1965’s Thunderball, and then revisited in a revised form in 2002’s Die Another Day.


The Vauxhall Cross SIS Building, also commonly known as the MI6 Building, is the headquarters of the British Secret Intelligence Service.


In Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears a pair of Dunhill cufflinks.


A HP Jornada 430SE palmtop computer is used by Dr. Christmas Jones (Denise Richards) in The World is Not Enough (1999). She uses the device to diagnose a bomb while traveling at 70 mph on an inspection rig in an oil pipeline.


In the movie Die Another Day (2002), James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears Turnbull & Asser Grey Tie with Blue Circle Motifs.

The tie can first be seen when Bond watches Gustav Graves land with the parachute in front of Buckingham Palace.


In the movie Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears a Turnbull & Asser tie with his dark grey Brioni suit. This Jacquard weave tie carries an exclusive design of Navy, Brown and Sky Blue Squares, created by Turnbull & Asser.


GoldenEye was a space based weapons system. A key plot device in the 1995 James Bond film GoldenEye, the system included an elaborate three part safeguard designed to protect the weapon from unauthorized use. The safeguards included two keys and a third device with a central lens and internal cd-rom that initiated the firing mechanism.


Bond on Set: Filming Die Another Day is a photographic journey chronicling the creation of a Bond movie and the only official companion to the Bond release of Die Another Day (2002).


In the 1999 movie The World Is Not Enough, James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears several Turnbull & Asser ties, including this black tie with grey, tan and burnt orange square motif.


In the 1995 James Bond film GoldenEye, Pierce Brosnan as Bond uses an MI6 issued digital camera / monocular to take photos of Xenia Onatopp from the Fort Antoine Theatre viewpoint. The device is a Pysis night vision monocular.


In the movie Die Another Day, James Bond (played by Pierce Brosnan) drives around Cuba in a 1957 Ford Fairlane convertible in a brown and cream color.


One of the most glamorous Bond locations is the Casino Monte Carlo in the country of Monaco, the second smallest country in the world (after the Vatican). The beautiful casino with it's impressive facade features prominently in Never Say Never Again and GoldenEye.


In the 1995 James Bond Film Goldeneye, the Aston Martin DB5 driven by James Bond featured an Alpine 7817R CD Tuner which acted as a communication device and colour printer/fax.

Recreated by Bond Lifestyle based on original screenshots, this high quality print-out is a 1 on 1 replica of the print that Bond makes of his spy photos of Xenia Onatopp and the Manticore craft in GoldenEye.

Carefully recreated by Bond Lifestyle, this high quality print label is a great addition to your prop showcase: the Zukovsky Caviar labels from The World is Not Enough. Find a simple glass jar with gold coloured lid, to complete the look.


James Bond is known for his expensive taste and the caviar is no exception: caviar is usually not cheap, but Bond prefers the best, the most exclusive and expensive kind, Beluga caviar.


Bond drinks Jack Daniel's in the novel On Her Majesty's Secret Service (Ian Fleming, 1963), the novel You Only Live Twice (Ian Fleming, 1964) and in the movie GoldenEye (1995).

The receipt from the Swiss banker from The World Is Not Enough. Created by Urhash, a member of the ajb007.co.uk Forums, who takes a lot of effort to make sure the fonts accurate, as well as all the text and the numbers.



In the 2002 movie Die Another Day, Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, wears a number of products from Scottish firm Ballantyne. He stays warm in Graves' ice palace thanks to his chunky charcoal grey turtleneck sweater (and some action and hot girls as well).


In the movie Die Another Day, we see Bond reading an article about Gustav Graves in the High Life magazine in BA (British Airways) flight from Cuba back to London.


In the movies The World is Not Enough (1999) and Die Another Day (2002) James Bond is drinking whisky at several occasions. In both films, Talisker was providing the whisky. M enjoys a glass of Talisker Whisky in both films as well.


In Thunderball, Q presents Bond his underwater breather, which comes disguised in the aluminum Romeo Y Julieta Churchill cigar tube. In The World is not Enough, Bond finally gets the chance to enjoy the cigar itself.

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