This TV special covers the London premiere of the 20th James Bond movie, Die Another Day, and the 40th anniversary Bond celebration that coincided with it.
Did You Know?
The Royal World Premiere of the James Bond movie Die Another Day
(2002) was held on 18th November 2002 at London's Royal Albert Hall, South Kensington, London in the presence of Queen Elizabeth II
and Prince Philip
of England. The venue was transformed into an ice palace for the night. The Gala Charity Premiere Benefit was also the The Royal Annual Film Performance of 2002, the 56th and the first ever for a Bond movie. It was also the 2nd to be resided over by Queen Elizabeth II
who had attended the premiere thirty-five years earlier for You Only Live Twice
(1967). The Gala Charity Premiere Benefit was held in aid of the Cinema & Television Benevolent Fund (CTBF) of which the Queen is patron. A parallel premiere was also held on the same night at London's Leicester Square's Empire UCI Theatre. See more
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