Issue #64 of the full-colour James Bond magazine MI6 Confidential is now shipping worldwide.
As dust settles on No Time to Die, some of the thematic choices remain divisive – but the artistry, passion, and precision that went into making this film is undeniable. Reflecting that, 007’s team has picked up several awards over the recent season, including Best Editing at the BAFTAs and Outstanding Stunt Ensemble at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
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We celebrate that hard work this issue with conversations with second-unit director Alexander Witt, and stunt supervisor Oliver Schneider – who explains the origins of the fantastic stairwell ‘oner’. Also in this issue, we revisit the penultimate comic strip, written in the 1980s but unseen by many readers until 2008; and take you behind the scenes of Craig’s original, interactive adventure, Bloodstone.
In this issue
- Shadow Shooter – Alexander Witt, second-unit director, reflects on No Time to Die
- The Movie Has Won – cast and crew speak about No Time to Die’s shock ending
- Alone You Are Nothing – stunt supervisor Oliver Schneider talks Bond
- Enemy Action – Anthony Horowitz talks us through researching and writing With a Mind to Kill
- Bloodstone – art revealed from Craig’s original, interactive 007 adventure
- Beyond Bond – Matthew Vaugh’s new Kingsman gives Ralph Fiennes a turn in the hot seat
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