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A cryptic message from James Bond's past sends him on a trail to uncover the existence of a sinister organisation named SPECTRE. With a new threat dawning, Bond learns the terrible truth abo... Read all A cryptic message from James Bond's past sends him on a trail to uncover the existence of a sinister organisation named SPECTRE. With a new threat dawning, Bond learns the terrible truth about the author of all his pain in his most recent missions. A cryptic message from James Bond's past sends him on a trail to uncover the existence of a sinister organisation named SPECTRE. With a new threat dawning, Bond learns the terrible truth about the author of all his pain in his most recent missions.

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First 'Spectre' trailer hints at 007's deep, dark secrets

The new James Bond film trailer picks up right where "Skyfall" left off, but this time it looks like the film will delve into the hidden darkness of Bond's past.

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The first teaser trailer for the new James Bond film "Spectre" has arrived and it's surprisingly low-key. There are no explosions, car chases, train chases, motorcycle chases or foot chases on offer. It only hints at violence, culminating in a single gunshot at the end.

The trailer carries a dark, ominous feeling throughout, but gives very little away. Assuming you skipped reading the "="" script"="" shortcode="link" asset-type="article" uuid="8646b74c-4dec-4824-a393-2e27f21cbe2c" slug="james-bond-licensed-to-spill-spectre-script-leaked-in-sony-hack" link-text="leaked " section="news" title="James Bond, license to spill: 'Spectre' script leaked in Sony hack" edition="us" data-key="link_bulk_key" api="{"id":null,"slug":null,"contentType":null,"edition":"us","topic":{},"metaData":{}}"> from the 2014 Sony hack, most of what we know about the new film can be boiled down to this summary from 007.com : "In SPECTRE, a cryptic message from Bond's past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE."

Spectre is a familiar name to Bond fans. It stands for "Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion" and represents a global organization of criminals and terrorists featured prominently in Ian Fleming's James Bond novels, as well as earlier Bond films.

The trailer should give Bond lovers some thrills. Keep your eyes peeled for the ring with the Spectre logo on it. "You're a kite dancing in a hurricane, Mr. Bond," says Mr. White, a liaison for the criminal organization Quantum. Mr. White is played by Jesper Christensen, who appeared in the same role in the earlier Bond films "Casino Royale" and "Quantum of Solace."

The ""="" shortcode="link" asset-type="article" uuid="3e0a0438-6339-428d-9ce7-ce7fc08bb992" slug="daniel-craig-cosplays-as-roger-moore-for-new-bond-poster" link-text="first poster for " section="news" title="Daniel Craig cosplays as Roger Moore for new Bond poster" edition="us" data-key="link_bulk_key" api="{"id":null,"slug":null,"contentType":null,"edition":"us","topic":{},"metaData":{}}"> was released on March 17 and shows a throwback version of Bond with Craig dressed in a very similar outfit to the turtleneck one Roger Moore sported in "Live and Let Die" in 1973. If the trailer is anything to go by, this may be a very personal Bond film, delving in his cryptic past.

Ralph Fiennes takes over as M following Judi Dench leaving the role in 2012's "Skyfall." Christoph Waltz, known for "Django Unchained" and "Inglourious Basterds," is a wild card in the new film. He plays a character named Oberhauser, and fans are wondering if his role will shape up to be an epic villain considering Waltz is known for playing the evil side of the coin. All will be revealed when "Spectre" opens in theaters -- starting with the UK and Ireland on October 23, and opening in other countries thereafter, including the US on November 6.

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On a rogue mission in Mexico City Bond kills an assassin. Back in London, Bond is grounded by M but confides in Moneypenny that he was acting on orders from the previous M before she died. Bond travels to Rome and infiltrates a secret meeting, but their leader Franz Oberhauser, reveals Bond’s presence. The terrifying Hinx pursues Bond in a car chase. In Austria, Bond meets his old nemesis Mr White and makes a promise to keep Mr White’s daughter safe in exchange for leading him to Oberhauser. The daughter, Dr Madeleine Swann, is reluctant to help, but after Bond rescues her from Hinx she agrees. She reveals the secret organisation is SPECTRE. Swann leads Bond to Tangier and from there they journey by train to a desert location, Swann makes Bond question the life he has chosen for himself. Hinx appears and a vicious fight ensues. At a high-tech facility in the desert Bond and Swann meet Oberhauser, He amasses information to manipulate events and is about to gain control of a global surveillance network. After Oberhauser tortures Bond and reveals himself to be Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Bond and Swann escape and destroy the base. In London Bond debriefs M, is captured by Blofeld, then rescues Swann. Bond has the opportunity to kill Blofeld but decides to let him live. Bond joins Swann, leaving his old life behind.

Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Monica Bellucci, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Dave Bautista, Andrew Scott, Rory Kinnear, Jesper Christensen

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Release Date

26 October 2015 (UK) 6 November 2015 (USA)

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26 October 2015, The Royal Albert Hall, London

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The pre-title Day of the Dead sequence employed 1,520 extras, dressed and made up by 107 different make-up artists, 98 of whom were local. On each working day it took three and a half hours to get the crowd prepared

The Red Bull helicopter that featured in the pre-title sequence is built especially for barrel-rolling and free-diving and piloted by aerobatic pilot Chuck Aaron

Spectre marked the first time Bond has filmed in Rome, Italy

It was also the first time Aston Martin and the Bond production team collaborated on creating a new car designed specifically for the film with the DB10

Stefan Zurcher began looking for appropriate locations in Switzerland, Austria, Italy and France, 12 months before shooting commenced. His first Bond film was On Her Majesty’s Secret Service where he played a Piz Gloria guard. He continued to work on eight more Bond films in different capacities. He is also known as “The Snowman”

The exterior of the Ice Q in Solden was selected for the start of the chase. The main outdoor set was constructed in Obertilliach, a small village with 500 inhabitants in the Austrian Tirol

Two 20 tonne cranes were used in order to simulate the flight in the forest. The plane was 18m wide and the path through the trees was only 20m wide. Special carbon fibre cables were used between the cranes. Laser equipment was used to ensure the one kilometre path through the trees was in a straight line

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Spectre includes a Guinness World Record for the largest on screen explosion (of Blofeld’s lair)

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With just over a month before the latest James Bond installment Spectre opens, the final trailer for the film has been released. After a series of backstory-heavy  teasers and commercials that merely hinted at the fight between Daniel Craig’s James Bond and Christoph Waltz’s Franz Oberhauser – with the villain often shrouded in darkness – the final trailer finds Oberhauser stepping out of the shadows for a confrontation between the two leads.

“Why did you come?” Oberhauser asks Bond in a sunlit hallway. “I came here to kill you,” Bond admits, with his enemy retorting, “And I thought you came here to die.” “Well, it’s all a matter of perspective,” 007 quips.

Elsewhere in the clip, the polished SPECTRE ring with its tentacled emblem that appeared in earlier previews  is now crusted with dry blood, hinting at another fierce altercation between the secret agent and the clandestine organization.  Spectre , the 24th installment in the franchise and Craig’s fourth stint as 007, marks SPECTRE’s first appearance in a Bond film since 1971’s Diamonds Are Forever .

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The trailer also offers a passing glimpse at new Bond girl Léa Seydoux and spotlights some of the film’s big budget action pieces, including an escape from collapsing ruins, destructive car chases, a Dia de los Muetros parade in Mexico City and a fistfight aboard a spiraling helicopter. Noticeably absent from the preview: Any hint of the ridiculous gadgetry that plagued the Pierce Brosnan era, as well as the film’s new theme song,  Sam Smith’s “The Writing on the Wall.”

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The world received its first glimpse of “ Spectre ” on Friday with the release of a teaser trailer for the 24th James Bond film on 007.com.

The teaser went live at 23:45 GMT, or at the very end of the work week in the United Kingdom. The worldwide release is set for Nov. 6.

The trailer opens with Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny giving Daniel Craig’s James Bond personal effects from Skyfall, his boyhood home — which burned to the ground at the end of the movie of the same name.

“You’ve got a secret — something you can’t tell anyone because you don’t trust anyone,” she adds.

As usual with Bond films, most of the plot details of “Spectre” have been kept under wraps. The official description: “A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.”

The name SPECTRE was featured in Ian Fleming’s Bond novels and stands for Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion. It’s a fictional global criminal syndicate and terrorist organization, led by supervillain Ernst Stavro Blofeld, and first appeared in the novel “Thunderball” and in the film “Dr. No” in 1962.

In the trailer, Bond confronts an enemy, Mr. White, played by Jesper Christensen. “You’re a kite dancing in a hurricane, Mr. Bond,” he warns.

SPECTRE is headed by Christoph Waltz’s Franz Oberhauser, who’s seen briefly in the shadows at the end of the trailer, intoning in his gravelly voice: “Welcome, James. It’s been a long time and finally, here we are.”

MGM, Sony and production company Eon also announced Friday that “Spectre” will receive an Imax release with the Nov. 6 opening, making it the second James Bond movie to be shown in the giant-screen format; 2012’s “Skyfall” saw an opening weekend domestic gross of $12.55 million in Imax theaters.

Imax did not disclose the final Imax grosses for “Skyfall,” which hit $304 million in the U.S. and $1.1 billion worldwide.

Daniel Craig returns in the lead role along with Ralph Fiennes as M, Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny and Ben Whishaw as Q. New cast include Christoph Waltz, Monica Bellucci and Lea Seydoux.

Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli are producing, and Sam Mendes is directing from a script by John Logan, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade.

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A cryptic message from the past leads James Bond (Daniel Craig) to Mexico City and Rome, where he meets the beautiful widow (Monica Bellucci) of an infamous criminal. After infiltrating a secret meeting, 007 uncovers the existence of the sinister organization SPECTRE. Needing the help of the daughter of an old nemesis, he embarks on a mission to find her. As Bond ventures toward the heart of SPECTRE, he discovers a chilling connection between himself and the enemy (Christoph Waltz) he seeks.

Rating: PG-13 (Language|Intense Sequences of Action|Sensuality|Some Disturbing Images|Violence)

Genre: Action, Adventure, Mystery & thriller

Original Language: English

Director: Sam Mendes

Producer: Michael G. Wilson , Barbara Broccoli

Writer: John Logan , Neal Purvis , Robert Wade , Jez Butterworth

Release Date (Theaters): Nov 6, 2015  wide

Release Date (Streaming): Jul 24, 2016

Box Office (Gross USA): $200.1M

Runtime: 2h 28m

Distributor: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Production Co: Danjaq Productions, Eon Productions Ltd., Columbia Pictures, MGM, Sony Pictures Entertainment

Sound Mix: Dolby Digital

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Daniel Craig

Christoph Waltz

Léa Seydoux

Ralph Fiennes

Monica Bellucci

Ben Whishaw

Naomie Harris

Dave Bautista

Andrew Scott

Rory Kinnear

Jesper Christensen

Alessandro Cremona

Marco Sciarra

Stephanie Sigman

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Neal Purvis

Robert Wade

Jez Butterworth

Michael G. Wilson

Barbara Broccoli

Callum McDougall

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Hoyte Van Hoytema

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Film Editing

Thomas Newman

Original Music

Dennis Gassner

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Christopher Lowe

Supervising Art Direction

Andrew Bennett

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Ben Collins

Mark Harris

Neal Callow

Anna Pinnock

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Visually stylish and a nice homage to the 60s Bond movies, neatly tying together plot points from the previous Daniel Craig bond movies, but felt quite pedestrian, I never really felt anything for any of the characters: things just happened without any excitement or emotion. At least it wasn't too silly, but again lacked humour.

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One of the most obvious characteristics of the Bond series is that each instalment of the franchise can sit on its own. Modern audiences are asked to believe that the character has been the same age for more than 50 years, and the series has bent or tinkered with its conventions ever so slightly as the decades have rolled past in order to stay relevant. While this has kept the Bond series as a whole firmly in the realms of fantasy, it has allowed individual entries in the series to push for something more gritty or realistic; if it works, it's embraced and carried forward, and if not the series reverts to type with very few tears. Since the franchise was effectively rebooted with Casino Royale, an approach more becoming of comic books has been employed: different writers and directors come in and somehow try to stitch all the character's actions together into an overarching narrative. Doctor Who, Sherlock and Star Wars have all shown that this is not an easy thing to pull off, and it's harder still to convince an audience that such an undertaking was always intentional. Spectre attempts to tie together the events of its predecessors with a story about chickens coming home to roost - and while there is much to applaud about Sam Mendes' film, it is also riddled with problems. The first such problem is the amount of emphasis given to each of the previous films. You would imagine that any story which seeks to claim that the events of Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace and Skyfall were all an elaborate means to bring us to this point would place an equal weight on each instalment and the events therein. Instead, Quantum of Solace has been practically airbrushed out of history; besides the odd mention of Quantum, we get no reference to its plot and Dominic Greene is never seen on camera. The refusal to even hint at it is too constant a factor for it to be an accident; it is as though the whole production threw up their hands, admitted that it was terrible, and then asked us to forget that it ever existed. A related problem is that the script for Spectre is deeply conflicted, especially when it comes to the film's female characters. Madeleine Swann is written like two completely different people who have been composited; one moment she's being icy cold, compelling and giving Bond a run for his money with a gun, the next she's being captured for the umpteenth time and needing to be rescued. For all the steps forward that the Daniel Craig era has taken, it still can't resist a damsel in distress. None of the women in Spectre are given a fair crack of the whip. Even if we put Léa Seydoux to one side, that still leaves us with Monicca Bellucci. The film has a great opportunity here, casting an older woman with the promise of a deeper relationship. Instead, she gets five minutes of screen time to look scared, sleep with Bond and then leave. Dressing her in stockings is at best a nod back to Teri Hatcher in Tomorrow Never Dies and at worst just lazy fanservice. Not every woman in Bond's life has to be helpless without him, and the series has been at its best when the women are equal to him - either in a fetishistic way, like Xenia Onatopp or Bambi and Thumper, or something more mature and three-dimensional. Then there are the villains to consider. Sherlock's Andrew Scott waltzes through the whole film like he has "bad guy" tattooed on his forehead, but at least he's fully committed to what he is doing. Christoph Waltz, meanwhile, is completely underwhelming as Blofeld. Having Bond and Blofield as adopted brothers is workable, but Waltz can't decide whether to play it as the Jew Hunter from Inglorious Basterds or as a straight-up pantomime. He seems uncomfortable in the costume, looking like Hyman Roth in The Godfather Part II but without the threat. Either it's just a bad performance, or Mendes didn't know what he wanted from the character. Further evidence of a confused director can be found in the torture scene. The rope torture and poisoning scenes in Casino Royale were justified; they were both an effective means of moving to a grittier style and a meaningful way of showing Bond's vulnerability. Torture has been used as a novelty in Bond films before - there's a lot of it in the Brosnan era, whether Xenia's thighs in Goldeneye or the neck-breaking chair in The World Is Not Enough. But here it feels all too routine, as if Mendes said: "We need a torture scene here" and then got the specifics from a trip to the dentist. Like Skyfall before it, Spectre makes a number of conscious nods to its back catalogue. There's a lot more references to the Connery era this time around, with the DB5 and the gadgets on the DB10 nodding to Goldfinger, and Blofeld's cat and base borrowing heavily from You Only Live Twice. The sequence on the train is essentially a more stereoidal take on the train fight in From Russia with Love, and Swann's appearance particularly in the dining car is strongly influenced by Tatiana Romanova. But unlike its predecessor, these references are here for their own sake rather to make any attempt at justifying the franchise's longevity. There are a lot of plot details in Spectre which don't make sense or which are disappointing - another probable consequence of having four writers. The DNA scan on the Spectre ring is both a very arbitary gadget and a contrived plot device, asking us to accept both the technology and the fact that all the people involved would have worn the same ring. Then there's the ease with which Bond is able to blow up Blofeld's base, or the comparable ease with which Blofeld is able to wire up the whole of the MI6 building without anyone noticing. The final act is deeply anticlimatic, falling emotionally short where The Bourne Ultimatum hit a home run. In the midst of all these niggles, flaws and frustrations, there is an awful lot about Spectre which can be enjoyed, at least in the moment. For all its concessions to cliché, the film does make some interesting points about our increasingly surveillance-driven world and how easily it can be manipulated. The set-pieces are beautifully filmed, with Mendes lending excellent coverage to both the car chases and the long opening shot in Mexico. If you only watch Bond films for the car chases and fight scenes, rest assured they are still exhilirating enough to allow you to gloss over the plot holes. There are also improved performances within the supporting cast. Ben Whishaw's Q in Skyfall was essentially Brains from Thunderbirds, but here he becomes more rounded and appealingly tetchy. It's a different Q from Desmond Llewellyn's, but it still feels like a kindred spirit. Ralph Fiennes was always going to have a hard job following Judi Dench as M, but here he rises to the occasion, taking the tension he exhibited in In Bruges and bringing along some devil-may-care attitude for the ride. The best aspect of Spectre, however, is the scene involving Mr White - if nothing else because it is the most effective at tying up a part of the overarching story. There's a wonderfully bleak, pathos-ridden quality to the scene, with one man utterly defeated and the other delaying the inevitable. The writing is unpredictable but coherent, with Craig and Jesper Christiansen dualling brilliantly and the latter giving a sad, dead-eyed performance. Hoyte von Hoytema, who shot Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, does a fantastic job, contrasting the dark, oppresive colours in the cabin with the stark, deathly white of the snow. Spectre is a watchable slice of the Bond saga which pales in regard to two of the three films which preceded it. It's still heaps better than Quantum of Solace, if only because it always has a rough idea of where it is going even during its moments of writing conflict. But while its visual spectacle can give Casino Royale and Skyfall a run for their money, it doesn't have either the brains or the heart to rise above them. Bond fans will embrace it, but the rest of us will be expecting more effort next time around.

This is the movie that fans wanted to be even better than the critically acclaimed "Skyfall" that was released back in 2012. This movie clearly isn't that sequel! However, it really is a movie that can be enjoyable if you watch it with the right audience. If you watch it with the most die-hard Bond fans, this movie probably isn't for you, but if you just love Bond and love spy films, this movie is definitely something that you should check out. Daniel Craig once again proves why he was chosen back in 2006 and Christoph Waltz (who probably wasn't the Bond villain everyone was hoping for) shows why he is one of the best actors out there right now.

Every couple of years we get to go to the movies and hear the immortal words "Bond is back!". It's been 53 years since Sean Connery stepped into the role that he made iconic or made him an icon. That is a debate for a later time. Six Bonds later and the franchise still delivers enjoyable adventures that span the globe (with the occasional dud). Spectre is officially the 24th film and it really harkens back to the Bond of 30 years ago. The previous three films have built to this point in which Bond (Daniel Craig) has found that there is a huge criminal syndicate called Spectre that has been behind the events going all the way back to Casino Royale. Spectre represents a series of events in which Bond attempts to pull back the curtain and expose the puppet master in the form of Ernst Stravo Blofeld (Christophe Waltz). What's interesting about Spectre is that after 45 years of legal wranglings James Bond finally gets to face his arch nemesis. Blofeld is a characters that has never been played by the same actor twice and Christophe Waltz is a wonderful return for the character. Cold, calculated evil delivered. Craig once again fits into Bond and exudes that dark, brooding Bond. Some have mentioned the Roger Moore era of Bond being represented in this film, but Craig keeps the film grounded. Each Bond is his own man, yet the same man. Bringing us to the story, it once again leads to world control. Not from nukes or space stations, but information. We live in an information age. Our bogeymen sit at computer screens now. Who is on the other end of that camera watching you.Bond stories tend to recycle themselves, but amazingly most of them hold up. Spectre is a very good follow up to the almost perfect Skyfall. What's enjoyable about James Bond films, particularly when comparing films with the Bournes and Mission: Impossibles out there. Each individual Bond film makes its own mark, be it in villains, locales, or general bad assery. Other spy franchise seem to blend together, creating a murky identity when trying to remember what film had this or that happen. Bond has never had that problem and it's one of the many reasons that these films endure and continue to endure.

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Spectre: James Bond Trailer Analysis

Daniel Craig is back at James Bond 007 in Spectre. And the new trailer gives some clues as to what to expect. Here's our detailed look...

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It’s hard to beat a good James Bond trailer these days. Mirroring the memorable marketing campaign for Skyfall , the new trailer for Sam Mendes’ second Bond movie gives us far more to chew on than March’s teaser.

It also gives us an idea of how the film will go back to the basics of the series while simultaneously tying up loose ends from the previous three films starring Daniel Craig, by bringing back the titular criminal organization from the original run. If you haven’t watched the trailer yet, take a look at the embedded video below and then read on for some potentially spoiler-y analysis of what’s going on…

Looks good, right? Planes, trains, automobiles and Bond on skis for the first time since 1999’s The World Is Not Enough . Let’s take it apart and see what we can figure out.

Day Of The Dead

This trailer opens with our first glimpse of what must be the pre-titles cold open to the film, which was reportedly called ‘the biggest ever’ when it was filmed in Mexico City earlier this year. Opening at a Dia de los Muertos celebration, we find a disguised Bond moving through the crowd with Estrella (Stephanie Sigman), intercut with his subsequent dressing-down by Ralph Fiennes’ M.

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We see more of this sequence later in the trailer, including an exploding hotel room, a foot chase through a crowded plaza and a mid-air helicopter roll that faintly reminded of us of the famous corkscrew stunt from The Man With The Golden Gun . The film wrapped this month so they’re understandably making the most of the chance to show us more in the new trailer.

Although we reckon that the carnage we do see would be within the constraints of a standard risk assessment for Bond leaving the country by now, M seems pissed off with 007, asking him what his apparently unofficial mission entailed. There’s a time-honoured history of Bond going off on personal missions rather than acting solely in Her Majesty’s secret service and it looks like M is in the dark here.

Aston Martin DB10

Even if Bond is going off the reservation in this one, we also get our first proper glimpse of Q Branch in the rebooted series. Ben Whishaw made his debut as the MI6 quartermaster in Skyfall , but the gadget exchange in that film took place at London’s National Gallery. Now Q is up and running with his own lab and that means Bond gets a new set of wheels.

The Aston Martin DB10 was a big part of December’s press conference to unveil the cast and title of this film and it gets a large share of the screentime this time around. It could almost be an ad for the car itself, with Q’s assurance that it can go from 0 to 60 in 3.2 seconds, backed up by its usefulness in car chases throughout most of the rest of the two-and-a-half minute preview. It’s fair to assume that the rear flamethrower is an optional extra.

Oh, and did anyone else outright shudder when Bond asked Q to make him disappear in that scene? We know it’s a callback to the breadcrumb trail from the end of the previous film, but in such close proximity to the car, it made us think more of John Cleese and the invisible car from Die Another Day . Give us the flamethrower any day.

Madeleine Swann

USA Today revealed Lea Seydoux’s character in some new official images earlier this week, describing her as the doctor daughter of an assassin, who crosses Bond’s path on his latest mission. She didn’t appear in the previous trailer, but we learn a little more about her here.

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Speculating from the way she’s shown here, we suspect that she’s connected to Jesper Christensen’s Mr White. Bond surmises that White is protecting someone when he goes to interrogate him and the next scene we see is Madeleine’s first appearance in the trailer. Perhaps he’s the assassin father?

In any case, she would appear to be the top-billed of the female characters here, based on her screen-time compared to the other ladies in Bond’s life this time around. She also interrogates his career choices in a scene on a train, in which we’re also delighted to see a throwback to the ivory dinner jackets that Sean Connery and Roger Moore wore best.

Anyway, back to Madeleine, who spends a great portion of the trailer in the back of a car driven by imposing henchman Mr. Hinx, played by one Dave Bautista…

Bautista Bomb

Guardians Of The Galaxy gave proof to the outlandish notion of Chris Pratt as an action hero, but the altogether more unlikely breakout performance in that film was Dave Bautista’s turn as Drax the Destroyer. Alongside his sheer physical heft, his performance was funny and touching and he deserves every bit of success that his co-star has enjoyed too.

Hopefully, Spectre will mark the start of that as he resurrects the type of character that we haven’t really seen since before Casino Royale . In terms of henchmen, we’ve had to make do with plonkers like Elvis from Quantum Of Solace , whose sole iconic moment involved his bowl-cut wig falling off after Gemma Arterton pushed him down the stairs. Bautista’s Mr. Hinx ought to change that.

Hinx is already snapping necks in the trailer alone, which is probably what got the preview a 12A rating from the BBFC. Even in these short glimpses, he comes across as a real physical threat for a change, recalling henchmen like Oddjob and Jaws rather than recent embarrassments. Sorry, we’re still not over how shit Elvis was.

The Art of Death

Bond is used to a morbid brand of pillow talk by now and Monica Bellucci’s mafia widow Lucia rises to expectations in the trailer, promising him of SPECTRE, “if you go there, you are crossing over to a place where there is no mercy.” Nevertheless, we get the very Moore-era shot of her exposed back as Bond undoes her zip.

From there on, the trailer is in line with her prediction, as Madeleine tells Bond and Q (who appears to be working in the field for the first time since 1989’s Licence To Kill ) about SPECTRE and they realize that the link between all that’s going on is 007 himself. As if to underline the point, Bond happens across an MI6 memorial wall, to which his own name has been added by some wag with a can of spray paint.

This shot also gives us our first Easter egg of the movie. Googling the less familiar names of those who died in service reveals that they belong to various members of the art department, which is either a nice touch or a cry for help that’s going to be misinterpreted as ‘a nice touch’…

At long last Waltz

We’re still pinching ourselves – Christoph Waltz really is going to be a Bond villain. We’re all still speculating about whether or not his Oberhauser will turn out to be a “John Harrison” and although we see more of him this time around, there’s still nothing conclusive either way.

Now that we’ve seen his face in the light, we know that he’s not going to have any obvious facial disfigurement like Blofeld. However, for fashion geeks, the shot of Waltz in a Nehru collared shirt is cause for a bit of a squee, following the likes of The Spy Who Loved Me ‘s Karl Stromberg, Octopussy ‘s Kamal Khan and Dr. bloody No in his wardrobe choices.

Oberhauser (if that is his real name) certainly has a fine line in gloating in his parts of the trailer, first telling Bond that he has come close to seeing him and joining the dots numerous times before, and then openly claiming to be ‘the author of all your pain’. Even if he is a new character, we’re looking at a Big Bad for all of the Craig era so far and it’s hard to imagine better casting.

Do pay attention, 007

There’s one more character we see for the first time here. We get the briefest glimpse of Andrew Scott as MI6 operative C, resplendent with the “Miss me?” grimace of his Jim Moriarty from Sherlock towards the end of the trailer. It’s immediately preceded by a more spoiler-y frame that we haven’t included here, but needless to say, the nature of Scott’s character is still one of the more mysterious aspects of the film.

What have we learned?

As with Skyfall , the second trailer lets us in on a lot more of what we can expect from Spectre . The teaser was a little more enigmatic, but if we assemble the pieces from both trailers, all the signs point to a continuation of the themes that have persisted throughout the Daniel Craig era, including the reprise for Quantum.

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From the title down, it’s also more in touch with the series’ past tropes and iconography than anything we’ve seen since the reboot. We could even relate this run back to the first four Bond films, which took a break from the burgeoning Spectre   story arc in the third instalment, Goldfinger , before bringing the baddies back in Thunderball . But despite an apparent throwback to the Day of the Dead chase sequence from that film, we’re definitely not in for another Thunderball – it really does feel safe to say “never again” there.

Instead, this looks to be addressing the wear and tear that comes with having deconstructed our hero so many times in recent outing. James Bond will return when Spectre   arrives in UK cinemas and IMAX screens on Monday 26th October (the same day as the World Premiere takes place in London) and though some may say he’s finished, we’re with Moneypenny- it looks like he’s just getting started.

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Spectre trailer: watch the first full-length trailer for the new James Bond film

Daniel Craig is back in black and white tie, Lea Seydoux showcases ski-wear, there’s a car that can do 0-60mph in three seconds – and Christoph Waltz bills himself as ‘the author of all your pain’

We’ve had the teaser trailer . We’ve had the vblogs . We’ve even had the cast announcement , if you can sit through it. Now it’s time for ... what, exactly? The trailer used to be the hors d’oeuvre before the main course; now it’s being treated as a significant repast in its own right, a sort of antipasti before we get stuck into the spaghetti alle vongole.

Anyway ... drumroll please ... here it is. The first actual full length promotional trailer for Bond 24 – aka Spectre. (As any Bond connoisseur will know, Spectre is the toweringly evil Special Executive for counter-intelligence, terrorism, revenge and extortion, run on a freelance basis by kitten stroking Ernst Stavro Blofeld, which first popped up in the Thunderball novel in 1961.)

No doubt, as fidelity to Fleming’s originals has vanished well in the past, things will have changed a bit from those days. Here’s what the film-makers are saying about the new film:

A cryptic message from the past sends James Bond on a rogue mission to Mexico City and eventually Rome, where he meets Lucia Sciarra (Monica Bellucci), the beautiful and forbidden widow of an infamous criminal. Bond infiltrates a secret meeting and uncovers the existence of the sinister organisation known as SPECTRE. Meanwhile back in London, Max Denbigh (Andrew Scott), the new head of the Centre for National Security, questions Bond’s actions and challenges the relevance of MI6, led by M ( Ralph Fiennes ). Bond covertly enlists Moneypenny ( Naomie Harris ) and Q ( Ben Whishaw ) to help him seek out Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux), the daughter of his old nemesis Mr White (Jesper Christensen), who may hold the clue to untangling the web of SPECTRE. As the daughter of an assassin, she understands Bond in a way most others cannot. As Bond ventures towards the heart of SPECTRE, he learns of a chilling connection between himself and the enemy he seeks, played by Christoph Waltz.

Spectre is released in the UK on 26 October and in the US and Australia on 6 November.

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'Spectre' James Bond Trailer Takes 007 to Mexico City

A new trailer for Spectre , the 24th James Bond film, was released Wednesday, and we see Bond ( Daniel Craig ) get up to all sorts of bother in Mexico City and then Rome, where he meets the sultry Lucia Sciarra  ( Monica Bellucci ), described as a “beautiful and forbidden widow of an infamous criminal.” 

We see Bond do what he does best — namely: blow things up, drive rather fast and recklessly in glamorous locales, smooch the girl, and then seemingly infiltrate the supersecret organization Spectre .

From the trailer, it appears 007 is up against a malevolent Christoph Waltz , who very helpfully informs him that: “It was me, James, the author of all your pain.”

The new trailer for the 24th James Bond film also includes a brief glimpse of  Ralph Fiennes , Lea Seydoux , Ben Whishaw as Q, wrestler Dave Bautista and Naomie Harris .

Spectre hits theaters on Nov. 6. Watch the trailer below.

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Teaser Trailer: The first look at SPECTRE went live on 27th March 2015 with the first teaser trailer release, just four months in to the start of shooting. The BBFC approved the teaser trailer on 18th March without cuts, granting it a PG rating. This time the trailer was revealed on neutral ground with its worldwide release managed by 007.com

Theatrical Trailer: The full theatrical trailer for 'SPECTRE' was released on 22nd July 2015. Running at 2 minutes 30 seconds, it features all the major location work except Morocco, which was being filmed at the time the trailer was being cut.

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Briefing SPECTRE (2015) is the new James Bond film and the 24th in the series. It will be the fourth outing for Daniel Craig as 007, and the second film to be directed by Sam Mendes from a screenplay by John Logan , Neal Purvis & Robert Wade . The new MI6 team of Ralph Fiennes (M), Naomie Harris (Moneypenny), Rory Kinnear (Tanner) and Ben Whishaw (Q) are all reprising their roles. The cast will include Lea Seydoux , Dave Bautista, Andrew Scott and Christoph Waltz . Production commences on December 8th 2014, with location work as early as 5th January 2015 in Austria . The film will also shoot on location in: Erfoud and Tangier, Morocco ; Rome, Italy and Mexico City, Mexico. SPECTRE is scheduled for release on 7th November 2015.

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There’s also a new series of character posters:

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James Bond Spectre won’t be the best James Bond movie ever made, but it’s likely to be Daniel Craig’s best James Bond movie! What do you think? And will Vladimir Putin go see it?

Release date: November 6, 2015. :-)

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Damn they want to shut the down 00 program!

Anyway, you may have recognized Ralph Fiennes as M and Andrew Scott as Denbigh, the cocky little bastard.

The film will be released on November 6, 2015. :)

Spectre Movie – Poster and TV Spots

There’s a new scary poster for James Bond Spectre, the upcoming spy action movie starring Daniel Craig (yep the Russian president’s lookalike):

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That skull mask would be perfect for Halloween!

Also two new action-packed TV spots have popped up online:

The movie James Bond Spectre will open in theaters on November 6, 2015. :)

James Bond Spectre Song

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Why such a whiny song for James Bond? I don’t understand… Even a James Bond starring Vladimir Putin’s lookalike doesn’t deserve such a sappy and bland song…

Anyway, what do you this melodramatic theme song? Share your thoughts below!

The film will hit theaters on November 6, 2015. :)

Movie Trailer of James Bond Spectre starring Daniel Craig

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Will you join James Bond in his quest to defeat the evil organization Spectre?

The film is directed by Sam Mendes based on a script written by John Logan, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade.

The movie Spectre will hit theaters on November 6, 2015. :-)

4 New Posters and TV Spot of James Bond Spectre

Not only there are four new posters for Spectre, the upcoming James Bond movie directed by Sam Mendes and starring Daniel Craig:

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But there’s also a new TV spot:

Do you prefer Daniel Craig with a black suit or a white suit?

James Bond Spectre Movie – Lea Seydoux and Monica Bellucci as James Bond Girls

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So what do you think of the new James Bond girls? Do you prefer Léa Seydoux or Monica Bellucci? Why?

Release date: November 6, 2015. :)

Spectre Trailer

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This new James Bond movie looks closer to the James Bond movies from old: great stunts, awesome gadgets, beautiful women, well-paced action, and a mysterious organization with a smart villain at its head! Sign me up for Spectre!

Besides Daniel Craig, the cast also includes Christoph Waltz, Monica Bellucci, Dave Bautista, Lea Seydoux, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear, and Stephanie Sigman.

James Bond Spectre Movie – Aston Martin and Jaguar

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Would you rather drive the Aston Martin of the Jaguar? Anyway, can’t wait to see those two supercars racing through the streets of Rome in Italy: it’s going to be epic!

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James Bond Spectre Trailer

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So what so you think of this first trailer of Spectre? Are you looking forward to see the film? Share your thoughts below!

The movie James Bond Spectre is set to hit theaters on November 6, 2015. :)

2 New Posters of James Bond Spectre starring Daniel Craig

Take a look to those two new posters of Spectre, the upcoming James Bond movie directed by Sam Mendes and starring Daniel Craig as Agent 007:

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You have to admit Vladimir Putin does look good! I’d even say he’s a handsome man. But he will never really incarnate James Bond… Sorry Vladimir, er, I mean Daniel, you’re just an actor playing the role of a secret agent: you are not Agent 007, lol!

James Bond Spectre – Dave Bautista as Mr. Hinx

This new official picture of James Bond Spectre features Actor Dave Bautista as Mr. Hinx:

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There’s also a new behind-the-scenes featurette:

This new Bond movie is still starring Daniel Craig as Agent 007 but almost excited about the film, lol!

The film is directed by Sam Mendes.

In theaters: November 6, 2015. :)

James Bond Spectre Movie

The 24th James Bond movie is officially titled Spectre! Here’s a first official teaser poster:

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Here’s a great fan-made teaser based on that poster:

The film will be directed by Sam Mendes (who helmed the previous James Bond movie Skyfall). And Vladimir Putin, er I mean Daniel Craig is reprising his role as Agent 007. Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, Rory Kinneear, and Ben Whishaw are also returning.

And joining the cast: – Christoph Waltz as Oberhauser, the main villain at the head of SPECTRE (a terrorist organization, the name is actually an acronym it stands for SPecial Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion) – Andrew Scott as Denbigh – David Bautista as Mr Hinx – Monica Bellucci as Lucia Sciarra – Léa Seydoux as Madeleine Swann

Thanks to the Telegraph here’s a video of the announcement:

And last but not least, this time around James Bond will be driving an Aston Martin DB10, here’s a picture of the car:

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The release date of James Bond Spectre is set to November 6, 2015.

Stay tuned with us for more details about Spectre! :)

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