The First 19 'James Bond' Movies Are Now Free to Stream on YouTube

While waiting for ‘No Time To Die.’

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As James Bond fans patiently await the release of No Time To Die, YouTube has decided it will make the first 19 movies from the franchise free to stream. The titles will be up on on the video platform’s “Free to Watch” section in the U.S.

Fans of the Bond franchise will get to reel through a selection of iconic flicks, stretching all the way back to when the late Sean Connery starred in films like Dr. No and Goldfinger, or when Pierce Brosnan played 007 in movies like Goldeneye. The more recent Daniel Craig films, however, are not available for streaming. Though it isn’t entirely clear why YouTube is streaming the films for free, the offering feels like an homage to Connery after his recent death.

In case you missed it, check out the teaser for the first James Bond origin story, arriving soon for consoles.

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