James Bond Movie - Casino Royale
|Release Date (UK)
|November 14th, 2006
|Release Date (US)
|November 17th, 2006
|21 of 25
|Die Another Day
|Quantum Of Solace
In a reboot of the series, Casino Royale opens with Bond gaining his 00 status, by killing two enemy agents, and earning his license to kill. Bond must win a high stakes poker game against terrorist financer Le Chiffre, to bankrupt him so that he will be murdered by his bankers.
|I'm the Money
|Bond Loses It All
|Bond Wins It All
|The End of an Aston Martin
|The Bad Die Young
|City of Lovers
|Fall of a House in Venice
|Death of Vesper
|The Bitch is Dead
|The Name's Bond, James Bond
- Daniel Craig is the first James Bond actor who was born after the release of Dr No.
- This is the third time Bond has written a resignation letter. The first time was in On Her Majesty's Secret Service (which Moneypenny changed to a request for leave), and the second was in Licence To Kill.
- The first Bond film since Dr. No not to feature naked dancing girls in the title sequence.
- This is the second times M's home has appeared in a Bond film. The first time was in On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
- The first Bond film to include a lengthy black and white sequence.
- The first Bond film not to include Miss Moneypenny.
|$150 Million (~$168M with inflation)
|$594 Million (~$669M with inflation)
|Michael G. Wilson
|Ian Fleming (Novel)
|Neal Purvis (Screenplay)
|Robert Wade (Screenplay)
|Paul Hagis (Screenplay)
- Casino Royale won a Saturn Award for Best Action Film in 200.
- 14 members of the art department, including production designer Peter Lamont, won a joint award for Excellence in Production Design from the Art Directors Guild, in 2007.
- Casino Royale won a BAFTA Film Award for Best Sound.
- David Arnold won a BMI Film Music Award for his composition in 2007.
- Daniel Craig won an Empire Award for Best Actor.
- Eva Green won an Empire Award for Best Female Newcomer.
- Phil Meheux won a British Society of Cinematographers award for Casino Royale in 2006.
- Daniel Craig was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Actor in 2007.
- David Arnold was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Music in 2007.
- Eva Green was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2007.