James Bond Fans Just Got The Streaming News They've Been Waiting For

With the departure of Daniel Craig, James Bond is on ice until they find a new actor to play Britain's top spy. However, that doesn't mean that Bond and his numerous adventures should fall by the wayside.
In light of Amazon's recent acquisition of MGM, the company that co-owns and produces "James Bond" in collaboration with Eon, it makes sense that Amazon has had plans for the series. Amazon has announced that it will be hosting all 25 "James Bond" films on Amazon Prime Video starting April 15.
However, there are a couple of non-EON titles that will be woefully exempt from the company's otherwise complete list. These are 1967's "Casino Royale," a parody film, and 1983's "Never Say Never Again," which functions as more of a spin-off.