Is Casino Royale on Netflix?
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - DECEMBER 11: (L-R) Actors Caterina Murino and Daniel Craig attend the premiere of ''Casino Royale'' at the Shilla Hotel on December 11, 2006 in Seoul, South Korea. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
It’s no surprise that fans excited for No Time To Die would be interested in revisiting Casino Royale, which many subscribers would most assuredly like to know if it’s available on Netflix.
After Pierce Brosnan’s Die Another Day, the James Bond franchise took a hiatus until it returned with an action-packed thrill-ride called Casino Royale. This time, Daniel Craig would take on the role, and he will be finishing what he started in No Time to Die, which is set to be his final run as the infamous 007.
Craig’s tenure as the super spy has been a solid endeavor to behold, and it all began with the 2006 film helmed by GoldenEye’s director Martin Campbell. This time around, 007 must win a card game against illegal financier Le Chiffre, and if he loses, he’ll have directly funded terrorists hell-bent on chaos and destruction.
Craig does a stellar job with a solid cast, including Judi Dench, Eva Green, Mads Mikkelson, and Jeffrey Wright.
Is Casino Royale available on Netflix?
The first Daniel Craig-Bond film is unfortunately not on Netflix right now, although it has been available to stream in the past.
But if they are keen on staying on Netflix, they should know there are so many exciting titles to enjoy on the streamer. Some of these fine films of the action-packed variety include Extraction, The Old Guard, Close, and 6 Underground, just to name a few.
Where you can watch Casino Royale
Unfortunately, fans of No Time to Die looking to relive the thrills from Casino Royale will not be able to do so on any of the subscription streaming services. It is, however, available on VOD services such as Amazon Video, Apple TV, Vudu, Google Play, and YouTube.