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The screening of the latest James Bond film, No Time to Die, will take place at the historic Opera Garnier in September after a disappointing postponement due to the pandemic in 2020.

Bond is back!

The 25th instalment of the wildly popular spy film series is holding its premiere in Monaco on 29th September, one day before the film is released in the United Kingdom and over a week before the USA release.

The Principality was chosen for Princess Grace Foundation USA winner Cary Joji Fukunaga, who directed the latest in the series. The red-carpet event will host the director and Prince Albert II among distinguished guests. 

The film sees Daniel Craig in his fifth outing as the debonair British MI6 agent 007. In the film, Bond has left active service after his last mission. He is approached by friend and CIA agent Felix Leiter, who asks for his help in finding a missing scientist. The pair learn the scientist has been abducted and is in the hands of a villain, whose scheme to use the scientist for his own ends could result in the deaths of millions of innocent people.

Following the exclusive film screening, a Casino Royale Dinatoire will be held at the Casino de Monte-Carlo.

Proceeds from the premier event will go to a new Princess Grace award for up-and-coming filmmakers in honour of Princess Grace Foundation USA founding member, former Bond and long-time Monaco resident Sir Roger Moore, who passed away in 2017.

The event is sponsored by and partnered with the Société des Bains de Mer, Blackwell Rum and the Monaco Ambassadors Club, and proudly supported by Monaco Life as a media partner.