Wax figures of James Bond actors (left to right) Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Daniel Craig, Sean Connery, George Lazenby and Pierce Brosnan at the Madame Tussauds wax museum in Berlin. Wax figures of James Bond actors (left to right) Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Daniel Craig, Sean Connery, George Lazenby and Pierce Brosnan at the Madame Tussauds wax museum in Berlin. Wax figures of James Bond actors (left to right) Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Daniel Craig, Sean Connery, George Lazenby and Pierce Brosnan at the Madame Tussauds wax museum in Berlin. (Photo: Steffi Loos / AFP via Getty Images)

How to watch every James Bond movie in chronological order

A guide to every 007 film from 'Dr. No' to 'Spectre.'

Cooped up inside and looking for something to binge-watch? Look no further than everyone's favorite spy: Bond, James Bond. Each and every Bond.

Later this year, the 25th Bond movie – "No Time to Die " – will be released, marking the final film to feature Daniel Craig as the titular spy. A new Bond has yet to be named. May we suggest Israeli actress Gal Gadot? She's already got experience playing a cinematic spy – and not to mention her very first audition was for the role of a Bond Girl. But we digress...

Want to watch every James Bond movie from the beginning of the series to the latest installment? We've got your to-do list all queued up.

Sean Connery's early years (1962-1967)

Sean Connery sits at a casino card table in a scene from the film 'Dr. No,' directed by Terence Young. Sean Connery sits at a casino card table in a scene from the film 'Dr. No,' directed by Terence Young. (Photo: MGM Studios / Getty Images)

1. 'Dr. No' (1962)

Interesting fact: Although it was the first of the Bond books to be made into a film, "Dr. No" was not the first of Ian Fleming's novels to introduce the famous spy. That honor would go to "Casino Royale."
Bond girl: Ursula Andress as Honey Ryder
Box office: $59.5 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

2. 'From Russia With Love' (1963)

Interesting fact: Israeli actress Aliza Gur – who appeared on such popular TV shows as 'Get Smart' and 'Perry Mason' – played a Bond love interest in this movie. Gur, a former Miss Israel, was roommates with future Bond Girl Daniela Bianchi during the 1960 Miss Universe pageant.
Bond girl: Daniela Bianchi as Tatiana Romanova
Box office: $79 million
Streaming: YouTube, Vudu

3. 'Goldfinger' (1964)

Interesting fact: To help promote the film, two Aston Martins used in the movie were showcased at the 1964 New York World's Fair where it was dubbed "the most famous car in the world."
Bond girl: Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore
Box office: $125 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

3. 'Thunderball' (1965)

Interesting fact: Connery nearly got bitten by a shark while filming a particularly scary scene in a pool. "We had a plexiglass corridor to protect him, but I didn't have quite enough plexiglass and one of the sharks got through," recalled production director Ken Adam. "He never got out of a pool faster in his life. He was walking on water."
Bond girl: Claudine Auger as Domino Derval
Box office: $141.2 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

4. 'You Only Live Twice' (1967)

Interesting fact: Bond didn't need many passport pages for this installment. Unlike most Bond films that traverse various spots across the globe, almost the entire movie is set in one country – Japan. Connery also announced that he would be retiring from the role after this film.
Bond girl: Mie Hama as Kissy Suzuki
Box office: $111.6 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

The 007 badge is briefly given to George Lazenby (1969)

George Lazenby playing James Bond during a scene from 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service.' George Lazenby playing James Bond during a scene from 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service.' (Photo: Michael Stroud/Daily Express / Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

5. 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service' (1969)

Interesting fact: George Lazenby, a virtually unknown Australian actor at the time, took over the role of the famed British spy for just one movie. At 29, he was the youngest actor to play Bond. It is also the only movie in which Bond gets married.
Bond girl: Diana Rigg as Teresa di Vicenzo
Box office: $82 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

Sean Connery briefly returns (1971)

Sean Connery in Amsterdam during the filming of 'Diamonds are Forever.' Sean Connery in Amsterdam during the filming of 'Diamonds Are Forever.' (Photo: Wikimedia)

6. 'Diamonds Are Forever' (1971)

Interesting fact: A cameo appearance by the Rat Pack's Sammy Davis Jr. playing roulette was filmed, but the scene was eventually left on the cutting room floor.
Bond girl: Jill St. John as Tiffany Case
Box office: $116 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

Roger Moore takes the reins (1973-1983)

Barbara Bach and Roger Moore, stars of the 'The Spy Who Loved Me' leaning on the now-famous 'amphibious' Lotus Esprit. Barbara Bach and Roger Moore, stars of 'The Spy Who Loved Me,' leaning on the now-famous 'amphibious' Lotus Esprit. (Photo: Hulton Archive / Getty Images)

7. 'Live and Let Die' (1973)

Interesting fact: Before landing on Moore to take over the Bond role, the producers approached actors Adam West from "Batman" and 1970s heartthrob Burt Reynolds.
Bond girl: Jane Seymour as Solitaire
Box office: $161.8 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

8. 'The Man with the Golden Gun' (1974)

Interesting fact: The film featured an iconic golden gun, which was later named one of the most popular film weapons in cinematic history. In 2008, one of the golden guns used in the film went missing from a prop house in England.
Bond girl: Britt Ekland as Mary Goodnight
Box office: $97.6 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

9. 'The Spy who Loved Me' (1977)

Interesting fact: One of the movie's climactic scenes featured a Lotus Esprit sports car diving at high speeds into the ocean and transforming into a submarine. During those sequences, the air bubbles seen appearing from the vehicle were created using Alka-Seltzer tablets.
Bond girl: Barbara Bach as Anya Amasova
Box office: $185.4 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

10. 'Moonraker' (1979)

Interesting fact: The film's producers had originally intended to make "For Your Eyes Only" as the next Bond installment, but decided to pivot to "Moonraker" after witnessing the phenomenal success of "Star Wars" in 1977.
Bond girl: Lois Chiles as Holly Goodhead
Box office: $210.3 million
Streaming: YouTube, Vudu

11. 'For Your Eyes Only' (1981)

Interesting fact: Bond is assisted on his mission by ally and friend Milos Columbo, portrayed by Chaim Topol. The Israeli actor is likely better known for the role he played for decades on Broadway: the lead in "Fiddler on the Roof."
Bond girl: Carole Bouquet as Melina Havelock
Box office: $195.3 million
Streaming: YouTube, Vudu

12. 'Octopussy' (1983)

Interesting fact: At the time of filming, there were rumors swirling around that Sean Connery would also appear in this film ... but as the villain. Alas, he did not.
Bond girl: Maud Adams as Octopussy (of course)
Box office: $187.5 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

Sean Connery briefly returns ... again (1983)

From left to right, actors Pamela Salem, Sean Connery and Barbara Carrera during a press launch for 'Never Say Never Again' in London. From left to right, actors Pamela Salem, Sean Connery and Barbara Carrera during a press launch for 'Never Say Never Again' in London. (Photo: Hulton Archive / Getty Images)

13. 'Never Say Never Again' (1983)

Interesting fact: The rights to the Bond franchise were in flux during the making of "Never Say Never Again," which is why two different movie studios released Bond films in the same year.
Bond girl: Kim Basinger as Domino Petachi
Box office: $160 million
Streaming: YouTube, Vudu

Roger Moore's swan song (1985)

14. 'A View to a Kill' (1985)

Interesting fact: The film also starred Grace Jones amid a who's-who of 1980s icons – including Swedish actor Dolph Lundgren, who was making his feature film debut, and a very young Christopher Walken trying to overtake Silicon Valley.
Bond girl: Tanya Roberts as Stacey Sutton
Box office: $152.4 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

The Timothy Dalton years (1987-1989)

15. 'The Living Daylights' (1987)

Interesting fact: In the summer of 1987, Prince Charles and Princess Diana attended the film's premiere at the Odeon Leicester Square in London.
Bond girl: Maryam d'Abo as Kara Milovy
Box office: $191.2 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

16. 'License to Kill' (1989)

Interesting fact: The movie was originally called "License Revoked," but test audiences in the U.S. were confused and thought it had something to do with driving. The film also showcases one of the first performances of future Academy Award winner Benicio del Toro.
Bond girl: Carey Lowell as Pam Bouvier
Box office: $156.1 million
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

The Pierce Brosnan years (1995-2002)

(Left to right) Halle Berry and Pierce Brosnan at a press conference in Spain to promote 'Die Another Day.' (Left to right) Halle Berry and Pierce Brosnan at a press conference in Spain to promote 'Die Another Day.' (Photo: Carlos Alvarez / Getty Images)

17. 'GoldenEye' (1995)

Interesting fact: Mel Gibson, Hugh Grant and Liam Neeson were reportedly considered for the role of James Bond, before the producers finally settled on Irish actor Pierce Brosnan. "GoldenEye" also marks the first film in the franchise to feature Judi Dench as M, the head of MI:6 and Bond's boss.
Bond girl: Izabella Scorupco as Natalya Simonova
Box office: $355 million
Streaming: Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

18. 'Tomorrow Never Dies' (1997)

Interesting fact: It was the only one of Pierce Brosnan's Bond movies to not open at No. 1 at the box office. The reason was simple: it opened the same day as the massively successful "Titanic."
Bond girl: Michelle Yeoh as Wai Lin
Box office: $333 million
Streaming: Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

19. 'The World Is Not Enough' (1999)

Interesting fact: The film marked the final outing for Welsh actor Desmond Llewelyn in the role of Q, an R&D master who supplies Bond with the latest gadgets. He had played the role since 1963 and passed away shortly after the movie wrapped. John Cleese was already being groomed as his successor and appears in this movie.
Bond girl: Denise Richards as Dr. Christmas Jones
Box office: $362 million
Streaming: Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

20. 'Die Another Day' (2002)

Interesting fact: The movie marked the 40th anniversary of the spy franchise. As such, it contains many references to all of its predecessors – including gadgets used by Bond from previous films, like a jetpack and a poison-tipped shoe.
Bond girl: Halle Berry as Giacinta "Jinx" Johnson
Box office: $432 million
Streaming: Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

The Daniel Craig era (2006 - 2020)

21. 'Casino Royale' (2006)

Interesting fact: Daniel Craig was among a host of up-and-coming actors considered to replace Brosnan. They included Goran Višnjić, Dougray Scott, Sam Worthington and future Superman Henry Cavill. The producers apparently chose wisely: Entertainment Weekly critic Owen Gleiberman named 'Casio Royale' the best movie of the year.
Bond girl: Eva Green as Vesper Lynd
Box office: $606 million
Streaming: Hulu, Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

22. 'Quantum of Solace' (2008)

Interesting fact: A study from a university in New Zealand found this installment to be unique for one very apparent reason: It featured 250 "trivial or severely violent" acts, marking it the most violent Bond film to date.
Bond girl: Olga Kurylenko as Camille Montes
Box office: $589.5 million
Streaming: Hulu, Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

23. 'Skyfall' (2012)

Interesting fact: The film is the highest-grossing Bond movie of all time and won two Academy Awards, two BAFTAs and two Grammys including one for Adele's rendition of the movie's theme song.
Bond girl: Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny
Box office: $1.1 billion
Streaming: Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

24. 'Spectre' (2015)

Interesting fact: An iconic scene in the movie features a "Day of the Dead" parade. The only problem? At the time, no such parade took place in Mexico City. But due to the interest of the Bond franchise, the local authorities decided to organize the parade which was eventually attended by 250,000 people.
Bond girl: Léa Seydoux as Dr. Madeleine Swann
Box office: $880.7 million
Streaming: Hulu, Amazon, YouTube, Vudu

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