Yes, that excruciating pun can only mean one thing: James Bond is back, and he’s “hunting, hunted and all alone” in the new trailer for his next adventure “Spectre“.
A new trailer for Spectre, the 24th Bond film, was released at 8am BST this morning (July 22).
Waltz, Dave Bautista and Andrew Scott are all newcomers to the series.
In a new interview with the BBC, Skyfall director Sam Mendes, who also headed up the forthcoming James Bond film Spectre, made several points of saying this will be his last 007 picture.
“Spectre” will hit theaters November 6. Naomie Harris will reprise her role as Miss Moneypenny, assistant to Bond’s new boss, called “M“, who will be played by Ralph Fiennes. The movie’s producers are Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, from a script by John Logan and Neal Purvis & Robert Wade.
Monica Belluci (The Matrix Reloaded, The Brothers Grimm), 50, plays Lucia Sciarra, a woman that recently became a widow when her husband, an Italian mobster, is murdered.
We’re all getting geared up for the release of the latest James Bond movie Spectre, the fourth to star Daniel Craig in the lead role and the consolidation of his hard-bitten and growly version of that character. In fact, we’ve already been given a little bit more intel on one of the more breathlessly anticipated aspects of any Bond movie: the “Bond Girls”. He has been depicted on film by on-screen characters Sean Connery, David Niven, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig, in a quarter century. It sounds like some kind of romantic relationship could form between these two, although Swann will show that she’s totally not interested in Bond at first.
On the same day, United Kingdom audiences will also be the first in the world to see the movie as it will open in cinemas across the United Kingdom and Ireland simultaneously. Bond is a British mystery specialists working for MI6 who likewise replies by his codename, 007.