International Spy Museum Celebrates Bond Villains

Today the International Spy Museum in Washington D.C. unveils its newest exhibition dedicated to 50 years of the James Bond film series’ most memorable villains, from 1962’s DR. NO to the latest villain, SKYFALL‘s Silva. “ Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains ” explores the power of the iconic series in shaping the public’s understanding of the world of espionage. The exhibition enables the public to make connections between fact and fiction and discover how the evildoers and their plots have changed to reflect the times. In addition to over 110 movie and historical artifacts, the exhibit features captivating videos in which members of the intelligence community comment on the Bond films and share their own “Bond Moments.” Visitors to the 5,000-square-foot exhibit will also have the unique opportunity to step into Bond’s shoes and to explore their more villainous side through interactive experiences.

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