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commencing his recent mission to stop the Double-0 agent turned traitor, Alec
Trevelyan, from using the Goldeneye Weapons System, James Bond made his
by now traditional stop at the laboratory run by Major Boothroyd - "Q".
The ill-tempered gadget master has over the years equipped Bond with a wide
variety of distinguished, state of the art, automobiles, for Goldeneye it was to
be no different. Months before it's release to the general public BMW had
provided EON productions with an example of the new roadster that they were
readying for production, this exclusivity alone guaranteed that the roadster
would generate interest wherever it was driven. The 1996 BMW z3 Roadster
was handed over to Bond by Q, however as one would expect Q had modified the
roadster to meet his own high standards:
- Stinger Missiles behind the headlights.
- Ejector Seat.
- Emergency Parachute Braking System
- All-points Radar
sleek lined convertible would primarily be a pleasure tool for Bond during this
mission, with the elegant lines and handsome body styling fitting Bond's style
perfectly. Unfortunately the Roadster saw very little action during the film.
It was used in the Carribean to deliver Bond and Natalya to a small plane which
would be their transport into Cuba to destroy Trevalyan's Secret Headquarters.
Bond is seen to releuctantly hand over the keys to his CIA contact - Jack Wade -
who made a rather insincere promise not to have too much fun with it. After a
reminder not to touch any buttons, the roadster exits it's brief Bond film
As previously mentioned the roadster featured in the film months before it's
official release to the general public, the model used was a 1.9 litre
Roadster finished in Atlanta Blue with a Beige Interior, the
original now resides in the exhibition area of The 007 Museum in Nybro
|BMW z3 Roadster 1.9 Litre on set during the filming of Goldeneye.
||Brosnan on set with the 1996 BMW z3 Roadster.
A limited run of "Bond Edition" models was produced which sold out
within hours of the release, with each carrying a numbered plaque testifying to
their authenticity, these examples are now sought after collectibles in their
This was the first occasion when BMW and EON partnered with regard to the
vehicles issued to or used by Bond in the films; in Tomorrow Never Dies,
Bond was seen to drive a BMW 750il, and whilst in Vietnam, he
appropriated a BMW R1200 Cruiser Motorcycle. In The World Is Not
Enough, the chosen vehicle was the z8 Roadster, again seen on screen prior
to it's release to the general public, like the z3 Roadster almost 4 years
before, the z8 was a closely guarded secret whilst on set.
Screensavers Z3 Magic.
PC:Z3 Magic. Inspired by the original appearance of the Z3 in the
James Bond movie Golden Eye.
Release Date: November 17
Times have changed. The Iron Curtain has fallen, giving way to
a new world order, and the power plays of political agendas have
been replaced by ruthless plots for profit. The war has
changed...but the warriors remain the same.
Ian Fleming's James Bond is back! Pierce Brosnan takes on the
role of legendary Agent 007, as the most successful film
franchise in history once again explodes onto the big screen.
An Albert R. Broccoli presentation, GOLDENEYE is directed by
Martin Campbell and produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara
Broccoli from a screenplay by Michael France and Jeffrey Caine.
The executive producer is Tom Pevsner.
GOLDENEYE is set firmly in the present day, with swiftly changing
political patterns turning old opponents into new best
friends...and old allies into deadly enemies.
No James Bond adventure would be complete without its leading
ladies and GOLDENEYE features two very talented and beautiful
actresses. Famke Janssen and Izabella Scorupco star as the
stunning Bond women of the '90s, who prove a formidable match for
the super secret agent.
The outstanding cast also includes English film stars: Sean Bean
as Alec Trevelyan, once Bond's colleague and friend; Robbie
Coltrane as Valentin, a former KGB controller turned ruthless
arms dealer; and Alan Cumming as Boris, a Russian computer
wizard. Jon Don Baker also stars as 007's cynical American CIA
contact Jack Wade. Bond's irreplacable colleagues on Her
Majesty's Secret Service will also be along, beginning with
Desmond Llewelyn, who once again reprises his role as the
ingenious, albeit long-suffering Q. The aptly named Shakespearean
stage actress Samantha Bond appears as the beloved Miss
Moneypenny, and distinguished stage and screen actress Dame Judi
Dench becomes the first woman to portray Bond's superior, known
only as M.
The Main Cast
James Bond............................... PIERCE BROSNAN
Xenia Onatopp............................ FAMKE JANSSEN
Natalya Simonova......................... IZABELLA SCORUPCO
M........................................ JUDI DENCH
Q........................................ DESMOND LLEWELYN
Moneypenny............................... SAMANTHA BOND
Jack Wade................................ JOE DON BAKER
Alec Trevelyan........................... SEAN BEAN
Valentin................................. ROBBIE COLTRANE
Boris Grishenko.......................... ALAN CUMMING
- First appearance of Pierce Brosnan as James Bond
- First appearance of Judi Dench as M
- First appearance of Samantha Bond as Ms.
- First time the villain is a former Double-O agent
- First time Bond drives a tank
- First appearance of Jack Wade (Joe Don Baker of
The Living Daylights)
- First time Bond goes to Russia and there is no
- First time Bond was explicitly stated as working
for MI6 and not Universal Exports
- First time that a film was named after one of
- First 007 film in which Q Branch uses a German
car instead of a British manufactured vehicle
- GoldenEye is the first Bond movie that was filmed
in the former Soviet Union.
- First appearance of computer hackers in a Bond
- First time e-mail is used
- First mention of the Internet
- First appearance of the Russian Mafia
- First mention of a cable television network (CNN)
- First reference to the Persian Gulf War
- First time a former deceased villain comes back
to play an ally (Joe Don Baker of TLD)
- First time 007 serves under a female commander
- First time that MI6 is headed by a woman
- First appearance of a woman as a high-ranking
- First Bond filmed at Leavesdon studios
- First mention of Bond's family history (that his
parents died in a climbing accident)
- First time Bond has a printer in his car
- First record breaking bungee jump in a Bond Movie
Bond: "It's what keeps me alive."
Natalya: "No, it's what keeps you
The colour of Bond's bungee rope in the opening
sequence changes colour.
The first film of the Brosnan era and the amazing
tank chase in St. Petersburg.
Arkangel Chemical Weapons Facility, USSR;
Southern France; Severnaya, Russia; London, UK;
St Petersburg, Russia; Caribbean island; Cuba.
Conquests: 2, Martinis: 1, Kills: 12, "Bond,
James Bond": 1
BROSNAN stars as Agent 007
BROSNAN stars as Agent 007
(78k) IZABELLA SCORUPCO is Natalya Simonova, a Russian systems
programmer and Agent 007's courageous beautiful ally
FAMKE JANSSEN is Xenia Onatopp, a mysterious and dangerously
seductive past-Soviet assasin
Bond (PIERCE BROSNAN) and Natalya (IZABELLA SCORUPCO) confront
James Bond (PIERCE BROSNAN) meets Xenia Onatopp (FAMKE JANNSEN)
in a Monte Carlo casino
James Bond (PIERCE BROSNAN) and Natalya Simonova (IZABELLA
SCORUPCO) leap to safety
Bond (PIERCE BROSNAN) has a dangerous encounter with Xenia (FAMKE
JANNSEN) in a Caribbean jungle
Q (DESMOND LLEWELYN, left) demonstrates the rocket cast to Bond
(PIERCE BROSNAN, right) at MI6 Headquarters
Bond (PIERCE BROSNAN, left) makes contact with his CIA
counterpart Jack Wade (JOE DON BAKER, right)
Agent 007 (PIERCE BROSNAN, right) and his colleague Agent 006
(SEAN BEAN, left) on a dangerous assignment)
Natalya (IZABELLA SCORUPCO) finally succumbs to Bond's (PIERCE
BROSNAN) undeniable charms
Goldeneye Resort in Jamaica is a
15-acre hideaway on a bluff between the sea and a
lagoon. It offers you a choice of three
experiencesIan Flemings original
house surrounded by luxuriant gardens,
forest-shaded villas overlooking the sea, or the
entire propertyall 15 acres, the Fleming
house and the villasfor a special occasion
or event. Its the perfect choice for guests
who value luxury, seclusion, romance and
Its a very sexy place to be. The villas
feature outdoor garden baths and showers. The
flowers are always moist. The private beach
invites indulgence. But Goldeneye is also
historic. Fleming crafted all his James Bond
novels here. Goldeneye is the perfect choice for
a romantic getaway or a personal retreat.
Its also an innovative choice for
one-of-a-kind events like weddings, reunions or
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