007 ELEMENTS is a world-first — a cinematic installation dedicated to the world of James Bond built inside the summit of the Gaislachkogl Mountain in Solden, Austria, 3,040 metres above sea level. The name 007 ELEMENTS reflects the visitor journey through a series of galleries, each distilling the craft of the signature elements that define a James Bond film. The installation focuses on Spectre, which was shot in Sölden and also features other titles in the long-running Bond film franchise. 007 ELEMENTS guides visitors on a journey through a series of high-tech, interactive galleries, displaying the signature elements of a Bond film — the beautiful title sequences and dramatic scores; the jaw-dropping action sequences; the cars, gadgets and technology; the breath-taking locations and iconic studio sets and lastly, a host of compelling characters.
007 X Spyscape: Driven
The first official James Bond exhibition in New York, 007 x SPYSCAPE: DRIVEN explores the creative process behind the movies while revealing the secrets of James Bond’s iconic Aston Martin DB5. From a detailed interpretation of Q’s Lab to a deep dive into Skyfall (2012)’s explosive finale, it’s a must-see exhibition for Bond lovers and film fans alike. It is particularly apt 007 x SPYSCAPE: DRIVEN is located in New York. The Big Apple has numerous links to the 007 series. It provided the backdrop for Bond’s adventures in Live And Let Die (1973), is a potential target for Ernst Stavro Blofeld in Diamonds Are Forever (1971) and during Spectre (2015), when Bond turns on the music in 009’s Aston Martin, he is greeted by the strains of Frank Sinatra’s anthemic ‘New York, New York.’
Bond in Motion – No Time To Die
Beaulieu is set to launch Bond in Motion – No Time To Die, a new exhibition featuring the iconic cars, gadgets and costumes from the latest 007 film. The exhibition will be unveiled at the National Motor Museum on 15th October.
The exhibition will be the first opportunity for the public to see the folding-wing glider from the film. This full-size model will be suspended above Bond’s iconic silver birch Aston Martin DB5, complete with new LED number plate and machine guns. Also on display will be the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, driven in the film by new agent Nomi, the No Time To Die Aston Martin V8 – which was last seen in The Living Daylights (1987) – and the Chevy Bel Air. Fans of four-wheel drives will enjoy Bond’s Land Rover Series III and the Land Rover Defender 110. A Triumph Scrambler motorcycle and Royal Alloy Scooter will also be on display.
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Petersen Automotive Museum – Bond in Motion
The Petersen Automotive Museum will present a new exhibit celebrating the 60th anniversary of the James Bond film franchise through a highly diverse selection of iconic screen-used vehicles. Opening September 25, 2021, in the Mullin Grand Salon gallery, Bond in Motion will be the largest official Bond vehicle display to date in the U.S., and will feature more than 30 cars, motorcycles, boats, submarines, helicopters and even scale filming models of aircraft from an array of both classic and contemporary Bond films.
Highlighted automobiles include the 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine from The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), 1985 Aston Martin V8 from The Living Daylights (1987), 1999 BMW Z8 from The World Is Not Enough (1999), and the 2019 Aston Martin DB10 from Spectre (2015).
Secret Cinema Presents Casino Royale
After a hugely successful London run, Secret Cinema Presents Casino Royale has expanded into China, in collaboration with SMG Live. SMG Live presents Secret Cinema’s production of Casino Royale launched in Shanghai on 23 November 2019. Secret Cinema Presents Casino Royale opened in London in 2019 to widespread critical acclaim and drew record-breaking crowds of over 120,000, making it the largest and most ambitious production Secret Cinema has ever produced.