The news that the release of Daniel Craig’s final James Bond movie, “No Time to Die,” has been delayed until November may have left a Bond-shaped hole in the lives of movie lovers, but fear not — Netflix, as per usual, has got you covered with plenty of spy movies and action thrillers to fill that void.

The streaming service currently has all four of Pierce Brosnan’s Bond movies, from “GoldenEye” to “Die Another Day,” as well fellow pop-culture icons Batman (in “Batman Begins”) and Indiana Jones (in “Raiders of the Lost Ark.”)

Indiana himself, Harrison Ford, also stars in classic thriller “Patriot Games,” while “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” plays as a more grown-up Bond movie. Plus, George Clooney makes his case for “who would be a good Bond if he were American” in “The Peacemaker.”

‘Along Came a Spider’ (2001)

A classic spy novel turned into a classic spy film. Morgan Freeman stars as detective Alex Cross investigating the disappearance of a congressman’s daughter.

‘Batman Begins’ (2005), plus sequel ‘The Dark Knight’ (2008)

There’s actually quite a few paralells between Bond and Batman. A lone man uses his intelligence and brawn to dismantle the plans of colorful villains with the assistance of a whole host of cool tech and gadgets. The first two films of Christopher Nolan’s masterful trilogy are available on Netflix, the second of which features an Oscar-winning Heath Ledger as the Joker. Bond fans everywhere are still hoping that Nolan will one day direct a Bond movie.

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