Where and how to watch all James Bond movies starring Daniel Craig

James Bond (Daniel Craig)prepares to shoot in NO TIME TO DIE, a DANJAQand Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures film. Credit: Nicola Dove
James Bond (Daniel Craig)prepares to shoot in NO TIME TO DIE, a DANJAQand Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures film. Credit: Nicola Dove /
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No Time To Die is in theaters April 10. With four movies to freshen up on before Daniel Craig’s next adventure as James Bond, we have to get moving! Here’s where and how to watch them all.

Sure, there may still be a long while from the time of this article to the premiere of No Time To Die, but this isn’t Daniel Craig’s first, second, or third rodeo. In fact, No Time To Die is the actor’s fifth time taking on the role of James Bond. And though the upcoming movie is Craig’s fifth in the franchise, it is actually the twenty-fifth installment in the James Bond universe.

Are you looking forward to No Time To Die or are you freshly new to the series? Either way, you surely have at least heard of James Bond, it’s impossible to not have! Whether Craig is your favorite Bond actor of not, it’s safe to say he has been amazing.

The complete order of all the movies can be found here, but if you are only searching for Craig’s movies in the franchise, they are: 

  • Casino Royale
  • Quantum of Solace
  • Skyfall
  • Spectre
  • No Time To Die

Both Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace can be streamed on HBO Now. They became available Feb. 1 so still fairly new on the streaming service. They can, of course, like all other films on the list, an also be rented. But why pay for it when you can stream it on a service you already have?

Casino Royale is also available on Hulu. If you have an Amazon Prime Video account, you can stream Quantum of Solace there, too, thanks to Amazon’s deal with HBO.

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Skyfall and Spectre, however, are a little tough. You may have to rent these as they are only available on Xfinity (according to my research).

Will you be watching any James Bond movies before going to see No Time To Die (in theaters April 10)?