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5 Most Googled James Bond Movies

James Bond is one of the most famous, loved fictional characters in the entire film industry. Check out his five most googled movies: 


This 23rd James Bond installment has breached Casino Royale as the highest-grossing film. It earned $1.109 billion worldwide, making it the second-highest-grossing film of 2012. It shocked the audience in its opening weekend. Thus, it garnered $80.6 million from 25 markets within two days. 

Skyfall is a film about how a catastrophe exposed the undercover agents’ industry. As a result, M16, Bond’s agency, almost hit rock bottom, but Bond will come to save the day. He’ll follow a trail that will lead him to Silva, a man from M’s past who wants to settle. 

On the other hand, Severine, a soft-spoken, seductive, and troubled Bond girl, posed as an enemy to the lead man. But, she will soon realize that James Bond is her only way out.


This 1995 film is about how James Bond can save the world from a destructive weapon, vanishing the Earth. As Bond plans to save humankind, he also faces Xenia Onatopp. She is the famous assassin who uses pleasure as her only weapon. Natalya Fyodorovna Simonova supports Bond. She is a Russian programmer and the official Bond girl in the Goldeneye. 

Goldeneye is one of the first few installments of the franchise. And, it is the first Bond film that is not based on Ian Fleming’s story. Goldeneye garnered total earnings of $356,429,941 million worldwide. It ranked seven out of the 26 James Bond franchises that profit the most. That is despite the original script being rewritten due to copyright issues. 

Just a fun fact, Goldeneye is the first Bond film that used CGI.  

Casino Royale

In this 2006 film, James Bond is on the chase for Le Chiffre, a man who funds terrorist organizations. It is the film where Bond received his first license to kill. And, upon knowing Le Chiffre has plans to raise money through high-stakes poker cash games, Bond steps in to play. This strategy is made to disrupt Chiffre’s organization.

Vesper Lynd is Bond’s love interest in Casino Royale. Lynd is a foreign agent who ensures that Bond uses the fund provided by the organization wisely. 

Casino Royale is the 2006 fourth highest-grossing film worldwide. The earning amounts to $606,099,584 total earnings. More than 4,600 cinema screens have opened, making it hold the franchise record. The movie unfolds in a gambling underworld surrounded by luxury and casinos.

Fun fact, the “Double-oh” agent term was first used in this James Bond movie.


This film is the third installment in the James Bond franchise, with $124.9 million in revenue. Goldfinger (1964) is about a special agent who needs to face a powerful tycoon to save the world’s economy. James Bond’s main task is to investigate Goldfinger’s ability to ship smuggled gold. 

In Goldfinger, Jill Masterson is the character that played the secondary Bond girl. Her character stirred up Bond’s emotions that pushed him to trail into the Goldfinger. Goldfinger is the first franchise to win Oscars with an exemplary cast and overall story.

Fun fact, Goldfinger was banned in Israel because Gert Frobe played Austin Goldfinger. He is part of the Nazi Party. It is also the fastest grossing film in history and enters into the Guinness Book of World Records. 


Spectre, the 24th James Bond installment, ranks second-highest-grossing in all the franchise. Its worldwide revenue is $879.6 million in total. This film started with cryptic messages that lead Bond to two different cities. Bond then uncovers the existence of an organization called SPECTRE.  

As Bond gets close to the heart of SPECTRE, he will discover that he has a connection with the enemy. Meanwhile, Madeleine Swann is the Bond girl in Spectre, who a French actress, Léa Seydoux, plays. There is also a secondary Bond girl, Lucia Sciarra, who Monica Bellucci casts. Bellucci is considered to be the oldest Bond girl in history. 

Fun fact, SPECTRE stands for Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge, and Extortion. And, spoiler alert, Bond will supposedly kill Blofeld in the final scene.

If you’re planning to binge-watch the James Bond movies, you might want to start with these five. 

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