Themes from the James Bond films are ranked as follows: The public’s favorite 007 anthems are revealed in a poll.
A public survey has selected the best James Bond theme tunes, with Billie Eilish’s latest offering failing to crack the top ten.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, No Time To Die, Daniel Craig’s fifth and final excursion as James Bond, opened at the Royal Albert Hall Friday night, 18 months later than scheduled.
On the red carpet, the film’s all-star cast, which included Naomie Harris, Oscar winner Rami Malik, and Bond girl Lea Seydoux, wowed. Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, as well as Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cambridge, were all present at the star-studded celebration.
On the red carpet, Mr Craig told BBC Radio 5 Live that the role was “very important to cinema and to history,” and that “the weight of that has been on my shoulders for a while.”
“I’ve been extremely fortunate,” he added.
Ms. Eilish, the 19-year-old pop sensation who wrote the No Time To Die theme song, was also in attendance.
Ms Eilish was spotted shaking hands with Kate and having small talk with Charles, the future king, dressed entirely in black Gucci.
Ms. Eilish sang the No Time To Die Theme at the Oscars, Grammys, and Brit Awards in anticipation of the film’s original 2020 release, which was disrupted by the epidemic, and the song charted at No. 1 in the UK.
Ms. Eilish stated that she expects to “pee[ing]” herself when she first sees the title sequence.
Her No Time To Die theme music, on the other hand, came in 16th place in a poll of the finest James Bond themes held last year.
Adele’s Skyfall, released in 2012, was voted the public’s favorite Bond theme in a poll performed by Ginger Research in February 2020.
The song, which reached No. 2 on the UK singles charts, won an Oscar for Best Original Song, a Brit Award for British Single of the Year, and a Grammy for Best Song Written for Visual Media upon its release.
In 2016, the singer told the Sun that she would never write another Bond theme because she was afraid of failing to match the popularity of Skyfall.
“I’d never do that again since everything went so well, and I wouldn’t want to jinx it,” she remarked.
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