Recap the Movie History of SPECTRE with This 'Classic 007' Trailer
by Alex Billington
December 10, 2014
"World domination - same old dream." Last week it was announced that the new James Bond movie is titled Spectre, and it will be re-introducing the infamous evil organization (called S.P.E.C.T.R.E.) first created by Bond author Ian Fleming that was also a key part of the early Bond movies from the 60s and 70s. After the news broke, we profiled the organization as a look back, but now there's a fan-made trailer that's the perfect recap for Bond fans and newbies alike. It's another of those "modern trailer" mash-ups of old movies, made to play like a real trailer for next year's Spectre – if it starred Sean Connery and the original Blofeld. Enjoy!
Here's the fun "SPECTRE Trailer: Classic 007 Edition" video from Brad Hansen available on YouTube:
Description from YouTube: "James Bond (Sean Connery) discovers the evil SPECTRE organization in this supercut trailer that uses footage from the classic films. Can 007 survive the villainous schemes of Ernst Stavro Blofeld? Made in celebration of the announcement of the new official Bond film Spectre releasing in 2015 with Daniel Craig." Bond movies featured in this trailer include Doctor No, From Russia With Love, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice and Diamonds Are Forever. The trailer was edited by Brad Hansen of Visual Spice Productions, the same guys who made the The Lion King Rises mash-up. For all the latest updates on Bond, click here. Stay tuned for more on the new Bond movie Spectre filming now.