James Bond Movie - The World is Not Enough
|Release Date (UK)||November 22nd, 1999|
|Release Date (US)||November 8th, 1999|
|Film Number||19 of 24|
|Running Time||128 Minutes|
|Previous Film||Tomorrow Never Dies|
|Next Film||Die Another Day|
|Elektra King||Sophie Marceau|
|Christmas Jones||Denise Richards|
|Valentin Zukovsky||Robbie Coltrane|
|Molly Warmflesh||Serena Thomas|
Renard, a terrorist who feels no pain, and is slowly dieing due to a bullet lodged in his brain, assassinates billionaire Robert King. Bond is assigned to protect his daughter, Electra King, and must fight Renard with the help of Valentin Zukovsky and Christmas Jones.
|1||The World is Not Enough||Garbage|
|2||Sow Me The Money||David Arnold|
|3||Come In 007, Your Time is Up||David Arnold|
|4||Access Denied||David Arnold|
|5||M's confession||David Arnold|
|6||Welcome to Baku||David Arnold|
|8||Ice Bandits||David Arnold|
|9||Elektra's Theme||David Arnold|
|10||Body Double||David Arnold|
|11||Going Down||David Arnold|
|13||Remember Pleasure||David Arnold|
|14||Caviar Factory||David Arnold|
|15||Torture Queen||David Arnold|
|16||I Never Miss||David Arnold|
|18||Christmas In Turkey||David Arnold|
|19||Only Myself To Blame||Scott Walker|
- Desmond Llewelyn, who has appeared as Q in more Bond films than any other actor, died in a car accident shortly after the film's release. The VHS release was dedicated to him.
- The scene where Valentin Zukovsky (Coltrane) is stuck in a vat of his own caviar was filmed on Robbie Coltrane's birthday.
- The idea of Bond fixing up his tie while underwater, was conceived by Pierce Brosnan.
- The World is Not Enough is the first bond film to show the "James Bond Will Return" line at the beginning of the closing credits, rather than at the end.
- The film's title is Bond's family motto, The World Is Not Enough, or "Orbis non sufficit" in Latin.
|Production Budget||$135 Million (~$183M with inflation)|
|Worldwide Gross||$361 Million (~$491M with inflation)|
|Michael G. Wilson|
|Writers||Ian Fleming (Characters)|
|Bruce Feirstein (Screenplay)|
|Neal Purvis (Screenplay)|
|Robert Wade (Screenplay)|
- Pierce Brosnan won a Empire Award for Best Actor in 2000.
- David Arnold won a BMI Film Music Award for The World is Not Enough in 2000.