Bond Never Dies
Indeed, we will be seeing more of James Bond, Agent 007. The 24th next new saga movie is called Spectre, and it has an interesting cast full of villains.
Live from Pinewood Studios, director Sam Mendes revealed the cast and title for the 24th James Bond movie. Coming November 6, 2015 is Spectre. It was also confirmed the new cast members: Christoph Waltz, Andrew Scott, Dave Bautista, Monica Bellucci and Léa Seydoux, and of course, we’ll be seeing Daniel Craig’s James Bond tangle with the global terrorist group SPECTRE (Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge, and Extortion). As an organization, it’s MI-6’s main nemesis in the Bond universe, and we first saw in on film in Dr. No. All of which means “Spectre” is not a word you just throw around lightly when making a Bond movie. Even though Mendes said he “couldn’t comment” on that.
In this peculiar cast, we have Christoph Waltz, whose character’s name wasn’t revealed with everyone else’s, which (along with the title) lends more credence to the rumors that he’ll be playing Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
As well, we have Monica Bellucci, whose at 50, is the oldest woman to play a Bond girl (hmm… woman). While Bond has been romantically involved with women closer in age in past movies, the franchise does have a history of pairing the lead actor with ridiculously younger “girls.” But this time, the age gap between her and Daniel Craig — who plays Bond in “Spectre” — is just three years (Craig is 47).
Enjoy a sneak peek of the first full-length trailer for “Spectre”, released on July 21, 2015. It looks Spectracular!