Spectre Final Trailer

The final official trailer for the new James Bond film, Spectre, features a face-off between the sharp-suited spy and his arch-villain nemesis.

The 70-second teaser, which has received widespread approval, builds on the previous two trailers to reveal a confrontation between Daniel Craig’s 007 and Double Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz, who portrays Bond’s enemy Franz Oberhauser.


Oberhauser tells 007: “Look around you, James. Everything you believed in are ruined. Why did you come?”

“I came here to kill you,” replies Bond, to which Oberhauser says: “And I thought you came here to die.”

The trailer follows Smith’s Bond track, Writing’s On The Wall, making it to number one in the charts – the first James Bond theme to do so.

Bond is as well known for incredible stunts and car chases as his famous Aston Martin DB10, which has been specially designed for the latest film.



The movie was filmed at locations all over the world from Mexico to Rome, Austria, Morocco and London to offer a unique insight into the glamorous and sophisticated world of 007. Many scenes were shot on set at the world famous Pinewood Studios.

The 24th Bond film, directed again by Sam Mendes following his turn on Skyfall, follows the agent as he confronts enemies from his past.

Spectre reunites Craig with director Mendes, after 2012’s Skyfall became the highest-grossing Bond film in history.

Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw and Rory Kinnear return for Spectre, alongside newcomers to the franchise such as Christoph Waltz, Andrew Scott, Dave Bautista and Bond girls Lea Seydoux, Monica Bellucci and Stephanie Sigman.

Spectre opens in UK cinemas on November 26th.

The World film premiere is on Monday 26th October 2015 source MARKMEETS.

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