Watch: New ‘Spectre’ trailer explores a dim past of James Bond

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Fifty 3 years and 23 films later, we are still vehement as ever for another James Bond movie. And a wait for a 24th is roughly over.

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The new trailer for a arriving Bond movie, Spectre, is out and it raises some-more questions than it answers (which is indeed a good thing).

Directed by Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Road to Perdition, Revolutionary Road), who also hailed over a final Bond film Skyfall in 2012, a film follows Bond on a route to expose a sinister classification after finding a mysterious summary from his past.

Daniel Craig will be behind as a 007 for a fourth time, equalling a series of times Pierce Brosnan played a role. Ralph Fiennes will be a new M after a passing of Judi Dench’s impression in a final movie.

Naomie Harris and Ben Whishaw will be behind as Eve Moneypenny and Q, respectively. The film also stars Monica Bellucci, Dave Bautista (yes, a one from WWE), Léa Seydoux, Jesper Christensen, and Rory Kinnear. Andrew Scott of Sherlock, will also underline in a movie.

But lets speak about a large one, a (super)villain of a new Bond movie, Christoph Waltz. The behaving powerhouse, who formerly denied personification a executive purpose in a movie, will play the impression of Franz Oberhauser, who has been played adult as a best counter  against a tip agent so far.

‘Spectre’ has always been that larger-than-life immorality classification appearing in a credentials in Bond movies, initial mentioned in 1962 Dr. No. The new movie will finally try it in abyss for a initial time.

The trailer promises all a all a goodies one has come to design from a Bond film – automobile chases, pleasing women and gunfights – make that a lot of gunfights.

But it also looks like a depart from a new Bond persona combined by Martin Campbell with the 2006 Casino Royale, where Bond was, maybe for a initial time, portrayed as someone who could indeed get hurt, or even die. The film was also a depart from all a gadgets and gimmickry that one has seen over a years and done a it more dirty and realistic.

We can usually wish that a new film retains those shades of a character. For now here’s a trailer of a film to be expelled on 6 November.