Featured in the magazine to date: James Bond stars Daniel Craig, Timothy Dalton and Sir Roger Moore; directors Sam Mendes, Marc Forster, Martin Campbell, John Glen, Michael Apted, Lewis Gilbert and Peter Hunt, Stevan Riley; producers Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, David Picker, and Gregg Wilson; Bond alumni Sir Ken Adam, Peter Lamont, Norman Wanstall, David Arnold, Daniel Kleinman, Syd Cain, Dennis Gassner, Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, Sir Tim Rice, Arthur Wooster, Gary Powell, Vic Armstrong, Chris Corbould, Alan Hume, Peter Davies, John Grover, Colin Miller, Keith Hamshere, Lindy Hemming, Hilary Saltzman, Steven Saltzman, Sarah Donohue, Rocky Taylor, Paul Weston, Corkey Fornoff and Jerry Juroe; cast members Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, Ola Rapace, Mathieu Amalric, Mads Mikkelsen, Jesper Christensen, Michael Madsen, Robert Davi, Vijay Amritraj, Richard Kiel, Kabir Bedi, Clemens Schick, Caroline Bliss and Shane Rimmer; Bond girls Bérénice Marlohe, Naomie Harris, Honor Blackman, Halle Berry, Rosamund Pike, Teri Hatcher, Denise Richards, Caterina Murino, Olga Kurylenko, Gemma Arterton, Maud Adams, Kristina Wayborn, Daniela Bianchi, Carey Lowell, Talisa Soto, Grace Jones, Shirley Eaton, Lynn Holly Johnson, Lana Wood, Trina Parks, Mya Harrison, Heidi Klum, Caroline Munro, Serena Scott Thomas, Martine Beswicke, Tania Mallet and Madeline Smith; authors Jeffery Deaver, Charlie Higson, John Gardner, William Boyd, Christopher Wood, Raymond Benson, Raymond Chandler, Samantha Weinberg, Andrew Lycett, John Pearson, Don MacPherson, John Peel, and Ben MacIntyre; artists Kev Walker and Jason Courtney; celebrities Sean Bean, Michael Caine, Rowan Atkinson, Jack White, Alicia Keys, Jean Dujardin, Dominic Cooper, Lara Pulver, Mat Whitecross, Tomas Alfredson, H. Jon Benjamin, Aisha Tyler, Jessica Walter, Amber Nash, Lucky Yates, Simon Pegg and Brad Bird; Bond aficionados Lee Pfeiffer, Jon Gilbert, Gary Giblin, Robin Harbour, David Leigh, Ben Williams, Matthew Field, Adam Bollard, Edward Biddulph, Neil McNally, Mark Mawston, Anders Frejdh and Adam Carter.
First conceived in 2007, MI6 Confidential is an unofficial part-works magazine celebrating the phenomenon of James Bond 007 - the longest running movie franchise in the world. Packed with exclusive interviews, insightful features, rare photographs and unique imagery, the magazine explores the rich film canon through to the roots of the character created by Ian Fleming.
MI6 Confidential is a content rich, regularly published, James Bond magazine available exclusively in print. Sold online exclusively via www.mi6confidential.com, the magazine reaches countless fans, enthusiasts and collectors in over 40 countries around the world.
Issues often sell out quickly and the small & dedicated team who craft each issue have come to pride themselves on the collectable nature of the publication, with rare issues sometimes selling for ten-or-more times their cover price on collectable sites and in online auctions. To be sure that you receive the first notification of a new issue, be sure to join our newsletter, or take a look at our annual pre-order offer.
From the first silver screen outing with "Dr No" in 1962, via unparalleled coverage of the latest film "Skyfall" and the 50th anniversary celebrations throughout 2012, and beyond to James Bond 24 (2015), MI6 Confidential gives readers a unique look behind the scenes of the films with rare photographs, in-depth articles and interviews with the cast and crew. It also explores the wider world of 007 with regular original features covering the literary series, videogames, comics, collecting scene and events from around the world.
With no obligatory up-front subscription fees or annual club membership charges, MI6 Confidential is the professionally created James Bond magazine that is available exclusively in print. In the absence of an official fan club and only a small handful of active websites dedicated to James Bond, MI6 Confidential is a must for any real 007 enthusiast.
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