James Bond Movie - Goldeneye
|Release Date (UK)
|November 24th, 1995
|Release Date (US)
|November 13th, 1995
|17 of 25
|Licence To Kill
|Tomorrow Never Dies
|Joe Don Baker
Xenia Onatopp and Colonel Ourumov hijack a special helicopter that is immune to electromagnetic pulse. The pair then go to a soviet bunker that is the control base for the Goldeneye satellite weapons. They kill the staff and destroy the base with an electromagnetic pulse from one of the satellites, themselves protected by the helicopter. Bond must investigate the attack.
|The Goldeneye Overture
|We Share the Same Passions
|Little Surprise For You
|The Severnaya Suite
|Our Lady Of Smolensk
|Run, Shoot, and Jump
|A Pleasant Drive in St. Petersburg
|That's What Keeps You Alone
|Dish Out Of Water
|The Scale To Hell
|For Ever, James
|The Experience Of Love
- Maurice Binder, who designed the title sequences for 14 James Bond films, died after his work on Licence to Kill. He was succeeded by Daniel Kleinman for Goldeneye.
- The hiatus between Licence to Kill and Goldeneye was the longest gap in the entire history of the Bond series. The gap was over 6 years, and was due to pending legal issues.
- Goldeneye was the name of Ian Fleming's Jamaican bungalow.
- Goldeneye was the first Bond movie not to have a British director. The director, Martin Campbell, is from New Zealand.
- The Aston Martin DB5 makde its first appearance since Thunderball, although it wasn't equipped with any gadgets.
- The first James Bond film to be released on DVD.
- The last Bond film before series' founder and producer Cubby Broccoli's death.
|$58 Million (~$87.5M with inflation)
|$350 Million (~$529M with inflation)
|Albert R. "Cubby" Broccoli
|Michael G. Wilson
|Ian Fleming (Characters)
|Michael France (Story)
|Jeffrey Caine (Screenplay)
|Bruce Feirstein (Screenplay)
- Eric Serra won a BMI Film Music Award in 1996.
- Chris Corbould, Brian Smithies and Derek Meddings were nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Achievement in Special Effects in 1996.