Yes, you read that correctly….THE original, screen-worn Breitling Top Time Geiger counter watch worn by Sean Connery in the 1965 film Thunderball has surfaced! Read the amazing story and see the photos.
Thanks to the overwhelming response to the first 'Art of Bond' special, MI6 Confidential opened the archives again for more rarely seen art, photography, covers and concept work from the films, books and games. Issues of this kind capture the work of a variety artists and contributors to the Bond canon, many of whom do not normally receive the praise and attention they deserve.
The new addition to the official James Bond perfume collection from the motion picture company Eon Productions launched in 2012 (with the debut James Bond 007 fragrance and limited Gold Edition) is named James Bond Ocean Royale.
One of the original James Bond Aston Martin DB5's has been put up for sale by Richard Stewart Williams Ltd in the UK. This DB5 features all the working gadgets, from the hidden telephone to the bullet screen, hidden weaponry and rotating license plates.
Vic Flick's world famous "James Bond" Guitar is being featured at Profiles in History on Saturday, December 15th, 2012. It is part of the "Drama, Action, Romance: The Hollywood Auction 53". The auction also features many James Bond photographs, posters and memorabilia.
If you happen to be one of the 50 million yearly visitors of Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, you might encounter the Bollinger 007 commercial event that is set up in the airport this November and December. Visitors have a chance to win a Bollinger R.D. 1969 or a 002 for 007 Limited Edition box.
In the past four weeks, thousands of fans entered the Orlebar Brown Supercontest on Bond Lifestyle, for a chance to win two Orlebar Brown outfits worth £500 ($800). Today the winner and the results of the mini survey on who is the best actor to portray James Bond are announced!
The International Spy Museum in Washington has mounted a major new exhibit featuring the most memorable villains who have appeared since 007 first hit the screen 50 years ago in Dr. No. The interactive exhibit, “Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains,” will feature James Bond’s chief adversaries, their henchmen, lairs, and weapons.