JAMES BOND FANS TO BATTLE IN INTERNATIONAL TRIVIA MARATHON OCTOBER 2ND

JAMES BOND FANS TO BATTLE IN INTERNATIONAL TRIVIA MARATHON OCTOBER 2ND

 

For Immediate Release                Contact: Steve Rubin (213) 300-1896

 

(Los Angeles, California, AUGUST 12, 2021) Author Steven Jay Rubin and producer Charles Sherman, in association with the Spy Movie Navigator website are producing the International 007 Trivia Marathon, which will take place at 12:00 p.m.. PST, on Saturday October 2, 2021 on Zoom.  James Bond fans throughout the world are eligible to compete for prizes in the double elimination tournament, which will coincide with the publication of Rubin’s book, The James Bond Movie Encyclopedia, 4th edition (Chicago Review Press), and the release of the 25th James Bond film, No Time to Die on October 8th.

Interested contestants should email their contact information to fastcarrier1944@gmail.com The contest is a first come, first serve event – only the first 100 contestants who turn in their contact information will be eligible. Those contestants will then receive Zoom info via email. Contestant must have computer access and the latest installed Zoom application to participate.

The top three contestants will each receive an autographed copy of Rubin’s book. The contest winner will be crowned Champion of 007 trivia, bragging rights of which are significant. Questions, belted out by a team of 007 examiners, will cover 24 Bond films, from Dr. No to Spectre.

Rubin and Sherman produced the original James Bond 007 Trivia Marathon in 1981, which was part of a James Bond Weekend in Century City, headlined by a luncheon at the Playboy Club – George Lazenby, Martine Beswick, Marc Lawrence, Herve Villechaize,  Bruce Glover, Lana Wood, Norman Burton and Barry Nelson were guests.

SpyMovieNavigator.com is dedicated to the continued building of a worldwide community of spy movie fans.   Their podcasts, social media releases and website concentrate on spy movies from 1935 – present, including Bond, analyzing key scenes in each movie, looking for connections to, and influences on, other spy movies and real-world events.  Their podcast show, Cracking the Code of Spy Movies, has been downloaded in over 127 countries!  They can be found at SpyMovieNavigator.com, and on Facebook, Twitter (@SpyNavigator) and Instagram.