Great news for Bond fans living in and around the British capital, with the announcement that the London Film Museum’s Bond in Motion exhibition, which was due to run until March, has been extended indefinitely.
The exhibition features cars and other verhicles from the 007 films and will see a number of newe exhibits added this year, including vehicles from SPECTRE.
The museum also announced it will be hosting a weekend of Bond-themed celebration on 21st and 22nd March 2015 to mark the first anniversary of Bond in Motion in London, saying:
Distinguished Bond film crew and contributors will be holding talks, tours and open Q&A sessions in the museum throughout the weekend. Speakers will include stunt supervisor and action director Vic Armstrong, a veteran of seven Bond films and production designer Peter Lamont who worked on 18 Bond adventures.
The official Aston Martin owners club will be descending on the Covent Garden Piazza outside the exhibition for the weekend with over 30 vehicles from the past to the present. All anniversary activities within the museum will be free to Bond in Motion ticket holders.
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