The world premiere of the next James Bond will take place in Monaco. Entrance fee: over 2,000 euros!
On September 29, the Monte-Carlo opera house will host the world premiere of Dying Can Wait, the latest James Bond film worn by Daniel Craig, as we learn the Monaco-Tribune website.
To participate in the event, which will be in the presence of Prince Albert II and director Cary Joji Fukunaga but without the stars of the feature film, you will nevertheless have to pay the modest sum of 2,500 dollars or 2,123 euros! The screening of the film will be followed by a Casino Royale evening, which will transport its participants to the world of the most famous spy on the big screen.
The proceeds from this extraordinary event will finance the new prize awarded by the Princess Grace Foundation-USA. This association has “mission to help emerging artists in the fields of theater, dance and cinema through grants intended to advance their careers”, Indicates Monaco-Tribune.
A FORMER 007 IN THE HONOR
Among the former winners of this award, we find in particular … Cary Joji Fukunaga. In addition, the evening will be held in honor of one of the founding members of the foundation well known to fans of 007: Roger Moore. A long-time resident of the Rock, the one who played James Bond on seven occasions died in 2017.
But if you don’t have 2,000 euros to spend to take part in this exceptional event, then you will have to wait until October 6 to (finally) discover Mourir Can Wait! Recall that Daniel Craig notably gives the reply to Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Christoph Waltz, Lashana Lynch or Ana de Armas.
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