Posts Tagged ‘james bond’

Do you have James Bond fever? We certainly do.

If you’ve been following Sony Entertainment Network here, on Twitter, or on Facebook you already know about the 007 Collection on the Video Unlimited service featuring all 24 Bond movies to date starring all your favorite actors.

Just when you think things can’t get better, in just about one week’s time, on November 9th, the latest installment of the Bond series, Skyfall, will release in a U.S. theater near you.

In honor of this exciting film and celebrating 50 years of James Bond, we’ve put together the James Bond Trivia Challenge to test your James Bond knowledge and give you a chance to win some cool Skyfall prizes.

We’re giving away different Skyfall prize packs to ten lucky winners every day starting Friday, 11/2 through Thursday, 11/8. And here’s a hint: Answer the trivia question every day to increase your odds at winning! Here’s what the prizes look like for each day:

  • 11/2: (1) Shirt + (1) Water Bottle Bundle
  • 11/3: (1) Shirt + (1) Water Bottle Bundle
  • 11/4: (1) Cap + (1) Micro Tool Kit Bundle
  • 11/5: (1) Cap + (1) Micro Tool Kit Bundle
  • 11/6: (1) Water Bottles + (1) Cap Bundle
  • 11/7: (1) Shirt + (1) Water Bottle Bundle
  • 11/8: (1) Shirt + (1) Cap + (1) Water Bottle Bundle

What do you need to do for your chance to win? It’s pretty simple:

  1. Make sure you’re following @SonyEntNet on Twitter
  2. We’ll ask a different Bond trivia question at 5AM PST every day. To enter for your chance to win, you’ll need to respond to @SonyEntNet with your answer along with the hashtag #BondTrivia between 5AM and 11:59PM PST.

Each day we’ll select 10 random winners and contact them via Twitter Direct Message to let them know they’ve won.

See below for the full rules and don’t miss Skyfall in theaters starting Friday, November 9th.

Official Rules – James Bond Trivia Challenge


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Jumping in to the James Bond series can be an intimidating prospect. Do you start at the beginning with Dr. No or stay current and go with Casino Royale?

If you’re new to the Bond movie franchise or just looking to revisit a classic you haven’t seen in a while, now you can do so for less. Beginning today all 23 Bond films will be available to rent on the Video Unlimited service for just $2.99 each in SD or $3.99 each for HD.

Check out all the James Bond titles available on the Video Unlimited service here.

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Last week we brought you the news that all 23 titles in the James Bond movie series are now on the Video Unlimited service. From Connery to Craig and everyone in-between we’re the premiere way to enjoy Bond foiling the plots of Blofeld, Goldfinger, and the others who underestimated the skills of everyone’s favorite British super-spy.

If there’s an installment of the movie series that you’ve missed out on or simply want to revisit time and time again we have even more good news: All 23 Bond films are on sale on the Video Unlimited service now through Monday 10/8!

For four days you’ll be able to download Goldfinger, Moonraker, Casino Royale and the other entries in the series to own for just $4.99 in SD or just $9.99 in HD. That makes this the perfect time to get caught up on Bond’s adventures, especially those starring Daniel Craig, the latest Bond and the star of next month’s Skyfall.

Find all 23 movies on sale in the Video Store under Collections and Sales and make it a Bond-tastic weekend.

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While the faces of the actors who have played him have changed, James Bond has been a cinematic staple for 50 years. Since the character made the leap from the pages of Ian Fleming’s post-war spy novels to the big screen in 1962’s Dr. No the dashing British secret agent has been played by six different actors beginning with Sean Connery’s legendary take on the character and going through Daniel Craig, who stars in his third Bond movie this November when Skyfall hits the big screen, and his grittier version of the unflappable spy.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of shaken martinis, volcano-based villain hideouts, Aston Martins, Walther PPKs and more, we’ve brought all 23 Bond adventures to the Video Unlimited service for you to enjoy. Need a checklist to make sure you’ve skied every mountaintop, foiled every plot and otherwise caught up with everything the Bond movies have to offer? We’re here to help:

Dr. No (Sean Connery)
From Russia with Love (Sean Connery)
Goldfinger (Sean Connery)
Thunderball (Sean Connery)
You Only Live Twice (Sean Connery)
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (George Lazenby)
Diamonds Are Forever (Sean Connery)
Live and Let Die (Roger Moore)
The Man with the Golden Gun (Roger Moore)
The Spy Who Loved Me (Roger Moore)
Moonraker (Roger Moore)
For Your Eyes Only (Roger Moore)
Never Say Never Again (Sean Connery)
Octopussy (Roger Moore)
A View to a Kill (Roger Moore)
The Living Daylights (Timothy Dalton)
Licence to Kill (Timothy Dalton)
GoldenEye (Pierce Brosnan)
Tomorrow Never Dies (Pierce Brosnan)
The World Is Not Enough (Pierce Brosnan)
Die Another Day (Pierce Brosnan)
Casino Royale (Daniel Craig)
Quantum of Solace (Daniel Craig)

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PossessionWe know our fans love all things horror so this will likely be right up their alley. There are few things creepier than a little girl possessed by a demon and that’s exactly what Possession looks to be delivering. In fact this has a number of elements common to “possession” flicks, including some sort of domestic drama that only heightens the angst of the characters, strong religious overtones and more.

On the Video Unlimited service check outThe Exorcist, The Exorcism of Emily Rose

Wont Back Down: Moving from downright frustrating to outright inspiring is this movie about twomothers who realize that the school system is failing their children, so they decide to take matters into their own hands. However, as the trailer depicts, this is not an easy path to follow as they encounter resistance not only from the community but from a bureaucracy that has its own agenda and isn’t thrilled with outsiders questioning it.

On the Video Unlimited service check outStand and Deliver, Hoosiers


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