Marking the 60th anniversary of the James Bond film franchise, Apple TV + plans to release a documentary entitled Sound 007 in October 2022. He will celebrate the music of Bond films from dr. no with Sean Connery in 1962 until the last madness of Daniel Craig as the man from MI6 2021, No time to die.
Interviews and archival material in Bond’s music documentary
The film will explore soundtracks from all films, including the cult theme, of course. It will examine classical scores by composers such as John Barry and view modern ballads with Bond soundtracks by artists such as Adele, Jack White, Billie Eilish and Sam Smith. Interviews will be combined with archival material from the films and their production.
Produced for Apple TV + by MGM and Eon Productions, the new documentary will be shown in October 2022.
Farewell to Daniel Craig follows
The new film comes after its release in 2021 No time to die, the last film in Bond ‘s Daniel Craig career. He appeared in it alongside Leo Seydoux, Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch and Ana de Armas.
The film had a shock or two that could have made fans wonder what is in store for the future of the franchise. Those behind the Bond canon have said the character will return, though who knows how – or as who – at the moment.
In the performance of The girls in the movie podcast, Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has confirmed that the future Bond will remain male. However, when host Anna Smith asked him about the possibility of a non-binary character, Broccoli said, “Who knows, I think it’s open, you know? We just have to find the right actor. ”
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Last year, Apple TV + Original Documentary Beastie Boys Story and Showtime’s Go-Go’s tied for best music documentary at the Critics Choice Awards.
Since its launch in 2019, Apple TV + has released dozens of original shows and movies and won numerous awards. Sports comedy Ted Lasso, for example, won seven Emmy Awards earlier this year.
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