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Charity film premiere to feature James Bond

Bobby Coughlin (left) and Joe O'Donnell with a 1965 DB5 Aston Martin to promote the upcoming fund-raiser featuring “Skyfall.”

Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

Bobby Coughlin (left) and Joe O'Donnell with a 1965 DB5 Aston Martin to promote the upcoming fund-raiser featuring “Skyfall.”

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Usually, the Joey Fund doesn’t tell us what film it’s showing at its Annual Joey O’Donnell Film Premiere until the week of the screening. But this year, the organization has revealed that the movie is Daniel Craig’s “Skyfall,” the latest installment in the now 50-year-old James Bond film series. Guests at this year’s event, to be held Nov. 4, will party at the Natick Mall and then head to the AMC Framingham to see the action movie, which has its official release on Nov. 9. Tickets start at $125. The Joey Fund benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. On Tuesday, Boston businessman Joe O’Donnell, who founded the organization with his wife, Kathy, met up with Dedham’s Bobby Coughlin, a cystic fibrosis patient, to promote the event by hanging out with a 1965 DB5 Aston Martin, a James Bond special.

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