Alright, for those of you who have my posting on London, you will have already been briefly introduced to the Bond in Motion exhibition. For those of you who haven’t yet read the London post, then check it out, but in the meantime this blog post is all about the Bond in Motion Exhibition that took place in the London Film Museum, August 2017.
I’ve been a Bond geek for as long as I can remember, I’ve always followed the franchise and been blown away by the more recent Daniel Craig films. Although I feel the late, great Roger Moore will always be my favourite Bond. He was an absolute legend, responsible for providing some of the finest moments in the franchise: the reoccurring conflict between him and the humorous villain Jaws, the classic speed boat chase sequence in ‘Live and let die’, and of course the nostalgic underwater car scene in ‘The spy who loved me’.
The exhibition presented some of the more recent Bond cars, as well as some of the memorable classic Bond vehicles. Additionally there was a whole ton of props on show from the franchise, so it really was a fans dream to explore the exhibit. Below are some photographs from the exhibition, hope you enjoy flicking through them.