Did You Know?
The World Premiere of GoldenEye
(1995) was held on 13th November 1995 at New York City's famed Radio City Music Hall. This was the first for any Bond film to be held in New York and the second in the USA for an official series Bond pic after A View to a Kill
(1985) and third overall for any Bond movie after that movie and Never Say Never Again
(1983). The after-premiere party was held at New York's Museum of Modern Art. The British and European Royal Premiere was held on 21st November 1995 at London's Leicester Square Odeon Theatre in the presence of British Royal Prince Charles
. The post-premiere party was held at the Imperial War Museum. Pierce Brosnan
boycotted the French Premiere in support of Greenpeace and in protest of that country's nuclear testing in the South Pacific. The premiere was then canceled. The French military had supplied the frigate FS La Fayette and a Eurocopter Tiger helicopter for use in the movie. See more
References The World Is Not Enough