Daniel Craig in “Spectre” trailer, latest James Bond movie.
From the looks of the trailer, this movie is a hallmark of a classic James Bond movie; auto chases, action filled sequences, exploding planes, gunfights, sizzling beauties, shady criminal companies and M’s constant battle with the political power to keep the secret service alive.
James Bond (Daniel Craig) is back in the new Michigan 6, a new “M” (Ralph Fiennes) and the rest of the old team and, true to his nature, still hasn’t stopped indulging his rogue side. Joining her are three new Bond girls: Mafia widower Lucia Sciarra (Monica Bellucci), medical practitioner and assassin’s daughter Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux), and the mysterious Mexican woman simply known as Estrella (Stephanie Sigman).
As Bond gets into Spectre, he discovers how he is linked to his enemy, played by Christoph Waltz.
>> Subscribe to MyNewsLA.com’s free daily email newsletter! Spectre’s story appears to shift its focus from a national security threat to a something much more personal that is tied to Bond’s own backstory.
Many believe Waltz is actually playing classic Bond villain Ernos Stavros Blofeld in the film – something Christoph’s Nehru jacket in the trailer certainly hints at.
Among them was Spectre director Sam Mendes, who also helmed Skyfall im 2012. Mendes directed Skyfall, released in October 2012, then was reluctant to sign up again and finally announced he wouldn’t be directing the next Bond film.
As with every rebooted franchise, the imagining of some of it’s history, this time, the organisation SPECTRE makes a return, the main nemesis of the Sean Connery era of James Bond, lead by cat stroker Blofield.