‘You’ve Got A Secret James’ As Spectre First Trailer Lands Online

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They call him Bond, James Bond A license to Kill, a license to be teased as the first UK teaser trailer for Spectre has landed online, but he has a secret who can he trust?

Just as your about to finish the last drops of your coco and call it a night 007 Britain’s finest spy  arrives in time to deliver some bedtime treats and chase an old foe from his coveted past.

Just as we prepare for the official Summer time Sony give us something to focus on when the sun goes down and the colder nights of Autumn arrive with teaser. After the worldwide success of Skyfall the expectations of Spectre have risen drastically but death wears a familiar face.

In Spectre a cryptic messege from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to unmask a sinister organisation whilst back in blighty M attempts to save the secret service from political forces as Bond slowly peels back the layers of deceit and the horrific truth behind Spectre.

A sever the trailer gives us a taster of the spectacular locations Bond films go to, at the beginning we can clearly see it will kick off aftermath of the previous film with a glimpse of MI6 HQ destroyed. But what is that box that Miss Moneypenny handing to James and is that a picture of him as boy? whose face is burnt out and who is the adult? as we trailer progresses he meets an old familiar face who is he? Christoph Waltz?

Are you excited? As they say at the end of the teaser, “James Bond it’s been too long since we last met!”

Spectre will arrive in UK on 23rd October with elsewhere 6th November, with the film getting the IMAX treatment too. The film stars Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes, Monica Bellucci, Léa Seydoux, Dave Bautista, Ben Whishaw, Andrew Scott, Naomie Harris, Stephanie Sigman.

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