We’ve been long-awaiting some details on the upcoming 24th James Bond film in the franchise, and now we’ve finally been given some information regarding the flick.
Firstly, it will be entitled Spectre, which is an acronym for Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion, which will likely see a throwback to the old school 007 territory on behalf of Bond production, as Spectre was an evil global terrorist organisation first introduced by Ian Fleming in the 1961 novel Thunderball.
Daniel Craig returns, of course, but there are some new faces to the series too. Dave Bautista, Monica Bellucci and Andrew Scott, playing “Whitehall newcomer Denby” have also signed on.
And, as it’s always a talking point, Bond’s new Aston Martin that he’ll be driving in Spectre is the newly-unveiled DB10.
The DB10 has been designed specifically for use in Spectre, but is representative of what the next generation of Vantage will look like in 2016.
Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer said only 10 examples of the DB10 will be produced, making it “the most exclusive DB ever.” Palmer added that the car was “strictly created for James Bond and strictly limited to 10 cars only.”
The new film will begin shooting in London, Rome, Mexico City, the Alps and Morocco next week. The movie will release in cinemas in November 2015.