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Bond In Motion remains at London Film Museum and will add SPECTRE vehicles

26 February, 2015

BOND IN MOTION, the largest official collection of original James Bond vehicles anywhere in the world, is to remain at the London Film Museum in Covent Garden until further notice and will see new exhibits added in 2015, including vehicles from the latest Bond adventure, SPECTRE.

Bond Girls at Bond In Motion opening

Bond Lifestyle attended the grand opening of the exhibition in 2014 with many Bond celebrities, read the report here.

The exhibition, in association with EON Productions Ltd, has been the most successful in the history of the London Film Museum. Originally scheduled to close in March 2015, it features over 100 original artefacts spanning all 23 Bond films, including vehicles, miniatures, concept art and storyboards.

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Highlights include iconic cars such as the Aston Martin DB5 from GoldenEye; the ‘Wet Nellie’ Lotus Esprit S1 from The Spy Who Loved Me; the Rolls-Royce Phantom III from Goldfinger; and the ‘Little Nellie’ Wallis WA-116 Agile autogyro from You Only Live Twice.

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Aston Martin DB5 at Bond In Motion

Public demand for the exhibition has been so consistently high throughout the first year that museum management has decided to keep it open indefinitely. London Film Museum Founder and CEO, Jonathan Sands said: “Bond in Motion has far exceeded all our expectations and we’re delighted with the public’s reaction to it. It’s proved a huge hit with families, Bond lovers, movie fans and car nuts alike. We are looking forward to the coming year. Not only is it the 50th anniversary of Thunderball, but it’s also the year of the release of the latest adventure, SPECTRE.”

New exhibits expected in 2015 include vehicles from the new Bond film, SPECTRE, currently in production and due for release later this year.

The museum will also be celebrating the 50th anniversary year of Thunderball, the fourth Bond film, with new additions. The original, working Bell Rocket Belt ‘jet pack’ from the legendary pre-title sequence moment will be flown in from the USA and put on display alongside original concept art and never-before-seen materials from the Bond archive.

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Jetpack from Thunderball

To mark the first anniversary of BOND IN MOTION at the London Film Museum, the museum will be hosting a weekend of Bond-themed celebration on 21st and 22nd March 2015. Distinguished Bond film crew and contributors will be holding talks, tours and open Q&A sessions in the museum throughout the weekend including distinguished production designer Peter Lamont who worked on 18 Bond adventures.

The official Aston Martin Owners Club will be descending on the Covent Garden Piazza outside the exhibition for the weekend with over 30 vehicles from the past to the present.

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Aston Martin Owners Club day 2014 outside Bond In Motion

All anniversary activities within the museum will be free to BOND IN MOTION ticket holders.

Tickets to BOND IN MOTION are available from and

Bond Lifestyle attended the grand opening of the exhibition in 2014 with many Bond vehicles and celebrities, see the photos and ead the report here.

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