Madame Tussauds London Displays Every James Bond Ahead of 'Spectre'
Apparently you can get a bunch of James Bonds in a room. The conversation, however, will be lacking — that’s because you will be in the room with a bunch of wax figures. Madame Tussauds’ is conducting a grand Bond celebration ahead of “Spectre” coming to theaters.
Reuters reports the popular attraction in London is displaying each iteration of Mr. Bond for a limited time.
The report states: “The waxworks are dressed in tuxedos for the exhibit, which will show in London for six weeks before embarking on a tour of Madame Tussauds museums worldwide in December.”
Here is a tweet from Madame Tussauds:
Interested parties can snag tickets to the tune of £23.10 at the official website for the wax museum wonder.
General manager Edward Fuller spoke to Reuters and explained the exhausting work poured into these lifelike figures: “It's taken about 20 expert sculptors and teams about four months to put together these six Bonds. It's a huge amount of investment, a huge amount of time, but really worth it.”
Fuller continues, emphasizing the historic nature of the exhibition: “This is the first time that anybody can get up and stand close and get personal with every single one of their favorite Bonds.”
Well, sort of. You will essentially be in front of some really expensive candles.
Now get on out there and be sure to start a debate that will lead over into the closest pub. And be sure to proclaim that Timothy Dalton is the best Bond and enjoy the bedlam that will undoubtedly ensue.
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