Apple has announced a new documentary entitled “The Sound of 007” mainly depicting the “remarkable history of six decades of James Bond music.”
The documentary marks the 60th anniversary of the James Bond film series and will make its worldwide debut exclusively on the Apple TV+.
The documentary is being produced by MGM, Eon Productions and Ventureland, according to Deadline.
“The Sound of 007” will go behind the lens into the greatest movie franchise in history from the genesis of Dr. No and the iconic 007 theme song all the way to No Time To Die, mixing heartfelt interviews with incredible James Bond archive material.
The documentary will join a stellar lineup of award-winning docuseries and documentaries, including:
- Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize Award-winning Boys State
- The Me You Can’t See, a multi-part documentary series from co-creators and executive producers Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry
- 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything, a new docuseries that shows how the musical icons of the time were influenced by the changing tides of history
Prior to the release of “No Time to Die”, an exclusive “Being James Bond Retrospective with Daniel Craig” was featured for free on the Apple TV app. The latest 25th installation of the James Bond franchise is quite special because it was Daniel Craig’s fifth and final movie as the suave British 007 secret agent.
For the past 59 years, James Bond was played by iconic male actors. In 2021, the franchise smoothly introduced the first female 007.
In the upcoming documentary, viewers will be treated to archived interviews of actors we have all come to admire throughout the years.
The new documentary is scheduled to premiere exclusively on Apple TV+ in October 2022 worldwide.