“Spectre is fierce, stirring, and way cool.” - Peter Travers, ROLLING STONE
There is no more iconic name in the world of espionage thrillers than James Bond. And after 24 feature films that have weaved the saga of the world’s most famous spy, the Bond franchise shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, in the new film, Spectre, Bond is back, and better than ever.
“Spectre pulls it off in the grand old Fleming style.”
Following up 2012’s hugely successful Skyfall—the highest grossing Bond film ever and the biggest film in UK box office history—Spectre introduces Daniel Craig’s character to the most legendary evil organization in Bond mythology: SPECTRE.
SPECTRE’s presence as an antagonist to Bond goes all the way back to Dr. No, the very first James Bond film released in 1962. Now, in the new eponymous film, the organization is back, and has been revamped for a whole new generation of terrorist activity. This time it is headed up by the sinister Franz Oberhauser (Christoph Waltz), a man who has a mysterious connection to Bond, and may just become his greatest tormentor.
Of course, no Bond movie would be complete without a couple of utterly stunning Bond girls, this time played by the sultry Monica Bellucci and the beautiful Léa Seydoux.
Spectre hits theaters November 6. To check out the latest trailer, featuring a tense showdown between Bond and Oberhauser, click on the video below. And to get your tickets now, visit here.