About MI6 Declassified
Launched in 2007, MI6 Declassified is an unofficial part-works magazine celebrating the phenomenon of James Bond 007 – the longest running film franchise in the world. Packed with exclusive interviews, insightful features and unique imagery, the magazine explores the rich film canon through to the roots of the character created by Ian Fleming.

MI6 Declassified is the only regularly published non-subscription James Bond magazine available to fans, enthusiasts and collectors globally. Sold exclusively online at www.mi6magazine.com, the magazine is read by thousands of fans in 37 countries worldwide.

From the first silver screen outing with “Dr No” in 1962, to unparalleled coverage of the latest film “Quantum of Solace”, MI6 Declassified gives readers a unique look behind the scenes of the films with rare photographs, in-depth articles and interviews with the cast and crew. It also explores the wider world of 007 with regular original features covering the literary series, videogames, comics, collecting scene and events from around the world.

With no up-front subscription fees or annual club membership charges, MI6 Declassified is the only professionally created James Bond magazine available exclusively in print. In the absence of an official fan club and only a small handful of active websites dedicated to James Bond, MI6 Declassified is a must for any real 007 enthusiast.

Interviewees already featured in MI6 Declassified so far include: James Bond stars Daniel Craig and Sir Roger Moore; directors Marc Forster and Peter Hunt; producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli; Bond alumni Sir Ken Adam, Norman Wanstall, David Arnold, Syd Cain, Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and Gary Powell; cast members Mathieu Amalric, Michael Madsen and Shane Rimmer; Bond girls Olga Kurylenko, Gemma Arterton, Shirley Eaton, Mya Harrison, Caroline Munro, Martine Beswicke and Madeline Smith; authors Charlie Higson, John Gardner, Christopher Wood, Raymond Benson, Samantha Weinberg, Andrew Lycett and Ben MacIntyre.

Each issue is highly collectable with a limited print run. Visit the current issue and back issues sections to get your copies now.