James Bond films returning to cinemas for 60th anniversary

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In celebration of the 60th anniversary of Dr No, the James Bond films are returning to UK cinemas from mid-April until 5th October. 

Bond fans, rejoice! As the Sean Connery-starring Dr. No turns 60, all of the James Bond films are returning to cinemas in the UK and Ireland. The screening will start in the middle of April, before ending on 5th October (also known as Global Bond Day).

You’ll get to see all 25 Bond titles, from Dr. No to No Time To Die, in 4K Ultra HD at Vue and Odeon cinemas. They’ll be showing in chronological order, so you can enjoy a proper James Bond marathon over the coming months (or just watch the ones with your favourite Bond in, whoever that may be).

To kick things off, Dr. No will be in cinemas from 15th April. The 1962 film, directed by Terence Young, was the first of seven in which Connery played the titular spy. When Dr No (Joseph Wiseman) threatens the US space programme, Bond travels to Jamaica to put a stop to his plans.

You can book tickets for Dr No’s 60th anniversary screening now.

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