Spectre Movie – 24th James Bond film To Release On 6 November
Through the years James Bond has become such a big name that the fans can hardly contain their excitement even months before its release. The next installment in the Bond series is Spectre which will be twenty fourth in line and is scheduled to release on 6 November 2015. The film will be the fourth performance of Daniel Craig as James Bond and will also feature Christoph Waltz as Franz Oberhauser, the film’s antagonist. Andrew Scott, of Sherlock fame, and Ralph Fiennes who brilliantly portrayed Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter series, are also confirmed to be in the movie.
The rumoured story starts with Bond following a cryptic message which later brings him face to face with an organization called Spectre. As Bond follows the trail through many countries, he finally meets his enemy which brings us to the climax of the plot. Recently Craig was seen shooting for the movie with the rest of the crew on river Thames, speeding up and down, and the leaked photos from the set sent the fans into frenzy.
“It’s going to be the most visually exciting opening for a Bond movie, ever,” promised make-up designer Naomi Donne, when she talked about the death costumes featured in the movie, which took her and her team about six months to make.
Spectre Movie Trailer
There was a lot of speculation around the movie since the starting as different statements were being made and questions regarding the director of the movie were arising. Sam Mendes, the director of Skyfall, made a statement in the past saying that he will not be continuing with his job as the director, but later confirmed that he will be back to hold his position.
Mendes says, “The reasons I’m doing the second Bond movie are the reasons I would do any movie, really, which is all to do with the story. And in this movie, SPECTRE, what you have is a movie entirely driven by Bond. He is on a mission from the very beginning.”
The one and a half minute trailer which was recently released promised the fans a dark tone, loads of screen-time for the evil corporation, and because of the countries the movie is related to, we might be seeing it explore religious grounds.
Author : Mrinal Verma