The James Bond Archives “No Time To Die” Edition

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I’m convinced that art publisher TASCHEN has a master key to the entertainment industry. For this latest edition of The James Bond Archives, EON Productions gives them dignitary-level access to their 007 libraries. It’s packed with previously unpublished production materials like storyboards, stills, memos, and design concepts from every Bond movie in history.  

Made for the coffee tables of grown, well-adjusted men, this handsome tome is a substantial 15 pounds. It keeps the velvety black accents and embossed lettering of the previous edition, now on that frosty No Time to Die blue. The over 1,100 images are brilliantly high-quality and even include unused concepts and alternative designs.

Film historian Paul Duncan serves as editor, with previous credits including The Godfather Family Album and the similarly formatted Charlie Chaplin Archives. Interviews with Daniel Craig, legendary Bond producer Barbara Broccoli, director Cary Fukunaga, and more divulge the techniques, thoughts, and emotions behind making of No Time To Die.

This latest edition is the most comprehensive Bond companion out there, a literal 007 bible. 

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