Meet the new James Bond film! SPECTRE will be released on 26 October

Meet the new James Bond film! SPECTRE will be released on 26 October

The next Bondiana’s movie entitled Spectre to be released in the UK this fall. On 26 October the world’s premiere of the fourth Daniel Craig’s film where he is starring as James Bond will take place in London.

The next Bondiana’s movie entitled Spectre to be released in the UK this fall. On 26 October the world’s premiere of the fourth Daniel Craig’s film where he is starring as James Bond will take place in London. 

The distributor of Sony Pictures stated that it will be the first time when the film is to be open on the same night at cinemas across the UK and Ireland.

Spectre will be released in the US on 6 November and on 26 October in the UK

Spectre will be released in the US on 6 November and on 26 October in the UK

US residents will be able to see Spectre, directed by Sam Mendes who also was a director of Skyfall, a little bit later as it will be released here on 6 November.

As the locations for the new Agent 007’s movie were chosen London, Mexico City, Rome and Tangier and Erfoud, in Morocco. Besides, it was shot at Pinewood Studios.

James Bond, Daniel Graig, straight in the centre with other cast members of Spectre

James Bond, Daniel Graig, straight in the centre with other cast members of Spectre

The main character is obviously James Bond – Agent 007, played by well-known and so damn handsome Daniel Craig. Among those who were starring in Spectre are Christoph Waltz and Lea Seydoux as well as Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, Dave Bautista, Monica Bellucci and Ralph Fiennes. The viewers will also be able to see in Spectre Sherlock star Andrew Scot.

According to the official trailer, a cryptic message from Bond’s past will help him to deal with a sinister organization.

We all love and wait for the new James Bond film. Lets hope that Spectre will be even more successful than the previous 2012s Skyfall, which took $1.1 billion worldwide.

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