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Luxury brands pay £75million to star in the latest James Bond film

Luxury brands pay £75million to star in the latest James Bond film

  •  Bollinger champagne thought to have paid £10 million for association with 007
  •  Other brands already locked in include Omega and Aston Martin
  •  Film will launch in Jamaica, where Bond author Ian Fleming lived, later this week

He has a licence to kill … and to print money, judging by the big-money deals that James Bond is landing in endorsements.

Brands of champagne, watches and cars are among the firms that have paid a total of £75 million to be seen on the screen with the British spy.

Bollinger champagne is believed to have paid about £10 million to renew its association with the 007 franchise, which goes back 40 years, while Heineken beer has handed over a similar sum to extend an ad campaign featuring Bond star Daniel Craig.  

Bollinger, the Champagne of James Bond,have had an association with the infamous British Agent 007 for 40 years. Actress Rachel Kavanagh (pictured) was the face of Bollinger in Ireland in 2008.

Other brands already locked in include Omega and Aston Martin. 

The 25th Bond film is set for release next year.  

Last week the MoS revealed that Fleabag star and writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge has been asked to work on the script.

The film will formally launch in Jamaica – where Bond author Ian Fleming lived – later this week.

The 25th Bond film is set for release next year. The film will launch in Jamaica, where Bond author Ian Fleming lived, later this week

The 25th Bond film is set for release next year. The film will launch in Jamaica, where Bond author Ian Fleming lived, later this week

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