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By Sarah Ward
August 16, 2020
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By Sarah Ward
August 16, 2020
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Break out the martinis and prepare for a shaken but not stirred few months — because Bond, James Bond, is coming to Palace James Street. At 2pm every Sunday afternoon between August 16–October 18, the New Farm venue will screen 20 films in the espionage franchise in double features, all as part of an event it's calling the 007 Double Feature Series.

Sean Connery smouldering his way through everything from Dr. No to Diamonds Are Forever, Roger Moore stepping into 007's shoes between Live and Let Die and A View to A Kill, Timothy Dalton's two-film run in The Living Daylights and Licence To Kill — they're all included. So is Pierce Brosnan's stint as the secret agent between GoldenEye and Die Another Day, plus Aussie actor George Lazenby's one-movie appearance as Bond in On Her Majesty's Secret Service.

The action franchise's 25th movie, No Time to Die, is currently slated to hit the big screen in November — after being delayed from April due to COVID-19. So, as tends to be the case when it comes to James Bond, the 007 Double Feature Series' timing is perfect.

Head along to rove your eyes over every single detail — and every villain, Bond girl, gadget and opening credits sequence too — and start craving martinis. As for donning a tuxedo, well, that's up to you.

Need some more motivation? Let the trailer for Goldeneye get you in a 007 mood:

The 007 Double Feature Series runs every Sunday afternoon between August 16–October 18 at Palace James Street, with tickets on sale now.

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