Skyfall has managed to capture the very first Bafta Award for Bond in the 50 years. SkyFall becomes the very first movie of bond that captures Bafta Award for him during such tough competition in the market. It must be shocking for you to know how Skyfall beaten up the bookies favorite Les Miserables, and win the outstanding British Film award at the Bafta Awards 2013. Without any doubts, it is the very first Baftas Award for James Bond in his 50 year career promoting the series.
The award received by the director, Sam Mendes, who intelligently wins the market in such a tough competition where we have seen big movie premieres such as Les Miserables and Seven Psychopaths. It has been the very first Bafta Award for the 007 series since 1963. However, Skyfall and 007 has no shortage of awards and nominations since the very beginning of James Bond character. It has received numerous best film awards over the past 50 year. It appears SkyFall comes with the preparation to hijack the Bafta Awards night, as it also captured an award for best original music by Thomas Newman.
According to Skyfall director, the picture has received an extra layer of competition in the market. But the Skyfall crew is happy to live under the competition rock, and after getting such success in the market. The director, Sam Mendes claimed he would love to make another Bond film in the upcoming days. With the financial success of the Skyfall, it has made more than $1 billion worldwide and becomes the most successful film of 007 in the past 50 years.