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The Daniel Craig Collection? Are Tomb Raider and Knives Out included?
“The James Bond 007 Collection” was the formal title for the initial boxed set. As a once complete BD set of every Bond film ever made (short of Never Say Never and the 60’s parody of Casino Royale). Eventually, the collection became available as smaller sets, featuring each specific actor who portrayed James Bond.

“007: The Sean Connery Collection”
“007: The Roger Moore Collection (Vol. 1)”
“007: The Roger Moore Collection (Vol. 2)”
“007: The Pierce Brosnan Collection”
“007: The Timothy Dalton Collection”
“007: The Daniel Craig Collection”

To date, only the Daniel Craig Collection has been made available in the 4K/UHD format and, IMHO, are fantastic discs.
 
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Where’s the George Lazenby Collection?
It's out there ...
Here's one without a slipcase/cover ...
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The Daniel Craig Collection? Are Tomb Raider and Knives Out included?
Those films are available for separate purchase from the companies that released the them -

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All of them were under $15.00 USD each during Black Friday sales - back in (please not again) 2020 :cool:.


There are several other films/projects on Mr. Craig's CV released on 4K Blu-ray. But to have all of them, would take up quite a bit of shelf space ...
 
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Hard to imagine the Skyfall UHD being a vast improvement over the original BluRay- I think that’s a terrific looking BluRay.
 

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Gold collection:
Goldfinger
The man with the golden gun
Goldeneye

Final bond actor set
Diamonds are forever
Ohmss
A view to a kill
Licence to kill
Die another day
No time to die

BMW set for Pierce’s first 3 films.

Die set
Live and let die
Tomorrow never dies
Die another day
No time to die

Maid Adams set
The man with the golden gun
Octopussy


More to come?
 

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Obviously it should have been called The Daniel Craig Bond Collection. I enjoyed watching the films on 4k but none of them make my top 5.

The Living Daylights
Moonraker
A View to a Kill
OHMSS
Goldfinger
 

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did anyone ever find out why all these discs play weird
 

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So, are we now CONFIRMED that this collection has ONLY Daniel Craig’s James Bond, or “007”, films? I think there’s still confusion on if Tomb Raider and/or Knives Out are included in The Daniel Craig Collection...

I mean, the number 7 could imply that there are seven of his films, so maybe it has his 4 Bond film, as well as Tomb Raider, Knives Out, and perhaps another. Could it be Logan Lucky?
 

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So, are we now CONFIRMED that this collection has ONLY Daniel Craig’s James Bond, or “007”, films? I think there’s still confusion on if Tomb Raider and/or Knives Out are included in The Daniel Craig Collection...

I mean, the number 7 could imply that there are seven of his films, so maybe it has his 4 Bond film, as well as Tomb Raider, Knives Out, and perhaps another. Could it be Logan Lucky?
Oh brother, it's probably not
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;) ...
 

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Or 1998's Love Is the Devil: Study for a Portrait of Francis Bacon, where he shows all his bits floating in a bathtub?
 

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