It's a good day, people. That's because the 45-minute documentary Being James Bond just landed on YouTube, where it's streaming free. The film is focused on the Daniel Craig-era of the titular spy, starting from the press reaction to his casting in 2006 to his final dance in No Time to Die.
In addition to this surprise drop (we were originally told the documentary was a Blu-Ray exclusive for the No Time To Die), the film will be heading back to theaters for an IMAX release in celebration of the 60th anniversary of James Bond films beginning Jan. 21.
"Shooting on 15 perf – IMAX film is the pinnacle of large-format filmmaking – there is nothing out there to compare it to, not even the highest resolution digital cameras can render the color detail and breadth of those massive negative frames," notes director Cary Joji Fukunaga. "I was excited beyond belief to be the first Bond director to work with these cameras and honored we could give Daniel's fifth Bond movie the sendoff he deserved, and audiences the maximum theatrical ride."