Tonight, at the 94th Academy Awards, a brief moment was spared to celebrate 60 years of James Bond.
With the first entry in the franchise's 25-film run, Dr. No, opening back in 1962, Surfing's Kelly Slater, snowboarding's Shaun White, and skateboarding's Tony Hawk introduced a fun montage clip paying tribute to six decades of vodka martinis, rocket-shooting Aston Martins, and suave spy action.
Set to Wings' "Live and Let Die," which was featured in Roger Moore's first outing as 007 in 1973, Live and Let Die, here's the big Bond montage!
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Daniel Craig's five-film tenure as James Bond wrapped up last year with No Time to Die. Currently a James Bond-themed TV show called 007's Road to a Million — a "Bond-style spin on a race around the world" reality show competition — is being developed for Amazon Prime Video.
Source: IGN.com The Oscars Honor 60 Years of James Bond