Round the clock James Bond movies: and on demand at Sky Cinema 007 from 27 September

17.08.2021 – 10:05

Sky Germany

Unterföhring (OTS)

  • Sky Cinema 007 from 27 September to 31 October
  • Upon the theatrical release of “No Time to Die” on September 30, the pop-up channel will show 24 official James Bond films round the clock.
  • All Bond films without commercial breaks and optionally in the original version
  • James Bond hits through Sky Q and the Sky Ticket streaming service are also available on demand anytime

August 17, 2021 – For the theatrical release of “No Time to Die” on September 30 by EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios (MGM) and Universal Pictures International, Sky is presenting its customers with the official 24 James Bond films. Used to be. EON Productions and MGM on their own transmitters.

The pop-up channel Sky Cinema 007 will show all 24 past James Bond movies from “James Bond Chase Dr. No” to “Spectre” round the clock from September 27 to October 31. During this time, movies on demand will also be available anytime through Sky Q. The Bond blockbuster can also be accessed using the Sky Ticket streaming service.

Michaela Tarantino, Vice President Cinema, Sky Deutschland: “Finally, all movie fans can enjoy the new hit film ‘No Time to Die’. We are offering a special movie. Event. Sky Cinemas presents all 24 famous Bond hits for over a month: on Sky Cinema 007, as well as on demand at any time and optionally in original. Along with you.”

via sky germany

Sky Deutschland is one of the leading entertainment providers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Program offerings include the best of live sports, special series, the latest movies, variety children’s programs, exciting documentaries and entertaining shows – many of them Sky Originals. Viewers can watch shows at home and on the go through Sky Q and Sky Ticket. Entertainment platform Sky Q offers everything from a single source: Sky and free TV channels, thousands of movies and series on demand, media library and many more apps. With Sky Ticket, customers can flexibly stream series, movies and live sports based on location and time as well as on a monthly cancelable basis. Sky Deutschland, headquartered in Unterföhring near Munich, is part of the Comcast Group and belongs to Sky, Europe’s leading media and entertainment conglomerate.

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About Metro Goldwyn Meyer

Metro Goldwyn Meyer (MGM) is a leading entertainment company focused on the production and worldwide distribution of film and television content across all platforms. The company owns one of the world’s largest libraries of world-class movie and television content as well as the premium pay-TV network EPIX, which is available through cable, satellite, telco and digital distributors throughout the United States. In addition, MGM is involved in a number of other television channels, digital platforms and interactive ventures and produces premium short-form content for distribution. More information is available at

About Eon Productions

EON Productions Limited and Danjak LLC are wholly owned and controlled by the Broccoli/Wilson family. Danjak is a US-based company that, along with Metro Goldwyn Meyer Studios, owns the copyrights to existing James Bond films and controls the rights to produce future James Bond films. EON Productions, a subsidiary of Danjaq, is a UK-based production company that has been producing James Bond films since 1962 and, together with Danjaq, controls all global merchandise. Further information is available at

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