The Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) in Chicago is to host a world first exhibition, 007 Science: Inventing the World of James Bond. The exhibition will feature the science and technology from 007’s 25 adventures from March 7th until October 27th 2024.
007 Science explores the way in which physics, chemistry, engineering and mathematics have shaped James Bond’s on-screen adventures. Delving behind the scenes, the exhibition reveals how the Bond production team harnesses real-world science to craft 007’s gadgets and vehicles to create the movies’ thrilling stunts and action sequences.
13 vehicles and 90 artefacts will be on display, including Bond’s prototype jet pack from Thunderball, Paloma’s lipstick and earpieces that allowed for secret communication in No Time To Die and the Parahawk snowmobiles of The World Is Not Enough.
“EON Productions is proud to partner with the Museum of Science and Industry for our first ever science themed exhibition,” said Gregg Wilson, Associate Producer of the James Bond film series. “007 Science invites the public to discover the real world science in front of and behind the camera.”