A scene from the James Bond film 'Thunderball' with Sean Connery, Claudine Auger and Adolfo Celi.   (Photo by MacGregor/Getty Images)
A scene from the James Bond film ‘Thunderball’ with Sean Connery, Claudine Auger and Adolfo Celi. (Photo by MacGregor/Getty Images)
Everyman Cinema and Getty Images have joined forces to curate an exclusive James Bond photography exhibition, entitled The Name’s Bond, ahead of the release of the franchise’s latest instalment, Spectre, next month.
 
Now open at Everyman Canary Wharf, the free exhibition includes previously unshorn film stills, promotional shots and a behind the scenes glimpse of life on the set of this iconic film series.
 
Hoss Ghonouie from Everyman Cinema, says: “From car chases and casinos to Vespers and villains, James Bond holds a place in British film culture like no other.

“It has been such a joy delving into Getty’s vast image archives to compile a collection that charts the ascent of James Bond over the last fifty years into a central feature of British iconography.”

The Name’s Bond exhibition will remain open to visitors until the end of November.
 
Details:
Everyman Cinema
Crossrail Place
Level Minus 2
Canary Wharf
London E14 5AR
 
Dates:   Open 10am-11pm (entry free, non-ticketed)

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