Must Watch: Full Trailer for Sam Mendes' New Bond Movie 'Spectre'

July 22, 2015

Spectre Movie Trailer

"Tell me where he is…?" "He's everywhere! Eon Productions + Sony Pictures have debuted the full-length trailer for Sam Mendes' Spectre, the 24th James Bond movie, starring Daniel Craig as Agent 007. The very first teaser was a nice glimpse at the new Bond adventure, but this time we really dive into the story and all of the characters he encounters along the way. From Ralph Fiennes as M, Ben Whishaw as Q and Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, to the new Bond girls Monica Bellucci, Léa Seydoux and Stephanie Sigman, as well as bad guys Christoph Waltz as Franz Oberhauser and Dave Bautista as Mr. Hinx. I'm loving the way this looks, with sleek cinematography by Hoyte Van Hoytema. Damn this looks stunning!

Here's the full-length theatrical trailer for Sam Mendes' Spectre, direct from @007 on YouTube:

Spectre Teaser Poster

We also suggest watching the first two behind-the-scenes video blogs for Spectre, found here and here.

Spectre is directed by Sam Mendes (Skyfall, Revolutionary Road, Road to Perdition, American Beauty) and written by Neal Purvis & Robert Wave with John Logan, all with James Bond franchise experience. A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation, Spectre. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind Spectre. Daniel Craig returns as 007 along with Ralph Fiennes as the new M, Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, and Ben Whishaw as Q. New cast members include Christoph Waltz, Monica Bellucci, Dave Bautista and Lea Seydoux. Sony Pictures will release Spectre in theaters on November 6th, 2015 this fall.

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  • Efterklang
    Looks brilliant, can't wait!
  • MAWG
    Damn! I'm in
  • HarryFiddleSticks
    There is a bit of the "Her Majesty's Secret Service" theme in the background music :)
    • desispeed
      yup I caught that too...glad they are bringing it back especially as Spectre/Blofield is back in the mix
    I mean this is fantastic. Like beyond my expectations. This is how trailers should be cut. Giving the audience little snippets and glimpses into the how the plot and characters will interact. James Bond and company finally look like they are in the form of which we were first introduced back in DR. NO. // Here. We. Go.
  • Fudgefase
    Fairly typical Bond - should be worth watching!
  • ari smulders
    it's time for idris Elba!
    • shiboleth
      Oh, he would be great. I can't stop thinking about him since I saw Luther ... And Ruth Wilson, she deserves some good roll somewhere ...
      • ari smulders
        Luther is awesome and the best I seen in years in the detective genre. But don't forget he also plays in the wire, also very good! Hé has a overkill on charisma!
        • Jon Odishaw
          Luther is great but I'm sorry, Sherlock is by far the best in the detective genre.
          • ari smulders
            I think you have a point, Sherlock is also very good, more intelligent. Luther is very raw and action like...
    • Jon Odishaw
      I think he will make a great Bond in the future, but Daniel Craig is so disgustingly good at it I can wait.
      • DAVIDPD
        Craig is such a good Bond.
    • Steven
  • ooooooh mysteeeriouuuss
  • Payne by name
    Whilst the trailer looks moody and mysterious, did they not play that whole 'they are everywhere' angle in QoS and have repeatedly now played the 'you're off the grid, out of line' angle in others? I'm sure the marketing for it will be massive but it looks very much how they marketed Skyfall and that was just so disappointing. I can't deny that Christoph Waltz is fabulous and hence has a big pull, plus there is interest from Bautista being a credible heavy but I'm not keen on the reworking of Moneypenny. It's not that I've got a thing against strong women but why does she have to be a strong, field trained near agent level colleague? Make her a man if need be but even organisations like MI6 need some secretarial or admin support and some grounded 'normal' people. Her character brought this but this re-imagining smacks of a fear that you mustn't have any character that is subordinate to another, especially if she is a woman. I know we live in a go getting, progressive, every one can be a CEO world but organisations need Indians just as much as they do chiefs.
    • Lagoya
      I agree, they should have made her Indian
    • jimfromtoto
      you are a an idiot. apparently you do have a problem with strong women if this in the one area that bothers you about the new world of Bond. Did your Indian secretary post the comment for you?
      • Payne by name
        I'm assuming that you understood the Chiefs/Indians metaphor?
    • OfficialJab
      To engage with the first part of your post, I do find it tired that that seems to be the only way to keep raising stakes. The last 3 Mission Impossibles including the new one are about them having to work outside IMF for various reasons. What's the point of even having it then? And with the "we're everywhere" cliché, well how many organizations are pulling the strings on everything? How many strings are there?? Looks great to me though.
      • Payne by name
        I mentioned the 'everywhere' cliché because the exact same line was used in the trailer for QoS and despite the line, they weren't everywhere.
        • Jon Odishaw
          I agree, but QoS had so much potential but sucked so much dick, so Im glad they are trying it again.
          • OfficialJab
            I liked it a lot more on repeat viewings years later.
  • jimfromtoto
    Movie looks fantastic. Trailer gives away a bit much of the story. wish I had not watched it. fuck i hate that.
    • cuckoozey
      Thanks for the heads up, I'll be skipping it now....
  • shiboleth
    It definitely looks ok, but Bond seems to loose its reason to exist. It's like, he's becoming Phantom or something ...
    • Jon Odishaw
      well he is a secret agent
      • shiboleth
        Yeah, but he seems to be a secret agent without a secret service this time. That's a bit a problem if you are a secret agent, isn't it?
        • Jon Odishaw
          He appears to ask Q to help him disappear. so they are just trying something new, I like it.
          • shiboleth
            And that's another thing. I like it, too ... But, this time he seems to be totally out of grid, like really on his own ...
  • LV 426
    Smooth ;O)
  • This is really looks amazing. I like the intense story introduction, solid character build up and Lea Seydoux looks stunning as the new Bond girl. Waltz SOUNDS lethal
  • Andrew
    Absolutely fantastic
    • Cyberdine
  • TheOct8pus
    The should do a Mission Impossible/James Bond crossover
    • Justin R
      With the lack of creativity of new films nowadays, I wouldn't be surprised to see this pop up down the road...
    • Rock n Rollllll
      I hope not. That would seriously water down the new James Bond franchise.
      • TheOct8pus
        I agree with you....but nothing is sacred in Hollywood....remember the last 2 Pierce Brosnan Bond films? Even James Bond can get watered down
        • DAVIDPD
          • TheOct8pus
            That's exactly the scene I was thinking of! When James Bond went from being cool/plausible to being completely cartoonish and ridiculous. It was definitely a ninja turtles moment
        • Rock n Rollllll
          I agree. Only Golden Eye was good. But still, this new Craig - James Bond franchise is like no other. The tone of these movies do not come off as cheesy or too unrealistic. Mission Impossible is extremely outlandish. Although Casino Royale is by far my favorite, i can watch these movies all day long.
          • TheOct8pus
            True. Most likely the makers of James Bond realized what a train wreck he had become and decided to go a grittier, darker route.
          • Rock n Rollllll
  • I don't know if it's because I'm super tired or what, but the trailer didn't do a whole lot for me. I mean I'll totally watch it... but it looks like a typical Bond movie. I love Waltz and I know he is going to kill it but still...
    • desispeed
      typical bond movie? isn't that we always want after 20+ Bond movies?
      • Yea, I guess so. Who doesn't want sex, guns, cars, and crazy villians. I guess I'm just not into them anymore.
        • KingArglebargle
          You should probably see a doctor about that libido.
    • Ryan
      I'm kind of with you, Mostly because it didn't have any of those set piece moments I look forward to in these films. The plane crashing into the car seemed very much like it could have been from one of the 90's Brosnan films. But alas, I am very tired to so I'll have to check it out again when I have a clearer head. the Crane tearing the train apart in Skyfall is a great example of a crazy scene.
      • Exactly. The new Mission Impossible has that crazy plane stunt, which sold me because apparently crazy Cruise did it himself. This does show bullets, babes, and Bond... but nothing "new". I'll still watch it... but "The Revenant" had me 1000x more excited then this.
        • Payne by name
          What sells me for a film is the previous one if there was one. In this instance that was Skyfall (which I thought was very poor) and before that QoS (which I thought was very poor).
  • Rock n Rollllll
    Looks epic! I hope its better than Sam's last two.
  • Bl00dwerK
    Looks a whole lot better than Skyfall was. I hope it turns out to actuall BE better...
  • Bo
    Gotta disagree with you on it looks stunning part, Alex. Specifically, the digital washed out flat look. Ugh! At least Cruise, et al shot Rogue Nation (or the better part of it) on film and I certainly prefer the look of that film to the look of this movie. In fact, I find that I'd much rather see Cruise and his newest MI film to this movie. Jeez, I can't believe I actually said that, but it's true. It really is. I can't wait to go see Cruise hang from that god damn airplane after watching this trailer!!!
    • Efterklang
      Spectre was shot on film as well, so how could it have a "digital washed out flat look"?
      • Bo
        Check out the tech specs on imdb...Spectre was shot with the new Alexa 65, which is digital...thus the washed out flat look. Look, it's still very, very easy to tell the difference between digital and film. At least for me. Apparently is isn't for you.
    • Rock n Rollllll
      Your argument is laughable, and your comparison from MI to James Bond is even more laughable.
      • Bo
        So speaks Rock n Of course it's laughable, man. Don't tell me you are unable to recognize irony when you see it. It's pretty obvious if you'll re-read my post, Rocko! It's like...they both are dog turds. Which do you prefer? Poodle turds or bull dog turds? To make it simple, Rock me they both are laughable so you are correct with you comment/reply to me. Thank you, Sir!
        • Rock n Rollllll
          Interesting how you judge two totally different franchises based on cinematography alone. I bet you find yourself with an empty basket at the end of the day when you go cherry-picking.
          • Bo
            Come on, Rocko! Why do you want to butt heads with me? I never took you for a stupid man, not really, but you're beginning to come across that way here. Where do you come up with your lame and distorted perceptions? How did you come to the conclusion that I'm judging this crap based on cinematography ALONE? That's quite a stupid leap! God damn, attention! My comments that one was shot on film and another digital has nothing to do with my basing my over-all opinions that both these franchises are simple-minded dogshit aimed at the masses and the lowest common demoninator because of the cinematography. Pull your head out of your butt, Rocko and pay attention to the big boys here. You seem out of your league, man! Jeez! Like I've said in the past...I should know better trying to have an intelligent discussion with someone who call themsef Rock n Rollllllll....good god, man! This is infantile and embarrassing...or should be...for you!
          • Rock n Rollllll
            First off, not trying to butt heads. And second, I dont think you realize what perception your comments give to the general public; hence the reason for almost 90% of the backlash you get on this forum. I mean, c'mon, there is really nothing else for us to surmise based on your vague, condescending, sarcastic, and or ironic statements. Whichever it is youre choosing to use on that given day. You made things very clear in the argument or facetiousness or shit-smearing or WHATEVER the hell you want to call your rebuttle towards Alex about the "sleekness" of the movie that the use of the camera or photography that was utilized to make Spectre was garbage, thus automatically reducing it to the likes of Mission Impossible so i was addressing simply what you were.........i dont know......complaining? about. Perhaps you should create roughdrafts before you decide to post something so that its more open for interpretation.
          • Bo
  , man...okay...I'm fine with that 90% backlash you mention, as if there is somekind of comfort in numbers such as this. That 90% is the masses, the herd, the lowest common denominator and I feel comfortable being part of the other 10%, thank you very much. No more suggestions, Rocko, as if I'd pay attention as it's coming from the 90% you favor so no mas, por favor....por favor!!! It's so infantile and I can't maintain any more interest.
  • TK
    Awesome. Really can't wait to see this one. Skyfall was a great movie but not as good as Casino Royale. I hope this movie takes it back in that direction.
  • Randall13
    First movie this entire year that I can honestly say... I cannot wait to see this. Trailer looks great.
  • Yogesh Phadke
    Notice the subtle James Bond theme from "On her Majesty's Secret Service.." Very cool.
    • Julian Brown
      Glad you noticed this too. OHMSS is my favorite classic Bond film.
  • Julian Brown
    Did anyone else spot the awesome throwback score in the trailer? Gave me chills.
  • Bo
    Good question, what's all this mean? That made me laugh. First, thanks for the 'intelligent' confrontatiinal discussion. I like engaging this way. You seem to be correct, in a way. All indications outside of imdb say Spectre was shot on 35mm film. Yet, imdb lists the three arri alexa digital cameras also, so you got me! I do believe some films do both. I believe Wolf of Wall Street, although shot mostly on film, also did some digital. Even this new MI film seems to list it that way, although many of the behind-the-scenes stills I've seen on that film clearly show film cameras. Ummmmm.... Anyway, thanks again for the 'corrections' and heads-up. I still stick with my original perceptions regarding the look of the Bond movie. If the guy did indeed shoot on film he managed the washed out flat and soft look so obvious with digital. I'll also say I don't like his photography one way or the other, but to me these kinds of silly movies it doesn't make any difference to me; they could shoot them on toilet paper for all I care. Thanks again for your discussion and the research you pointed out to me. I really do appreciate that. Peace.
    This Bond 'actor' has the personality of a hockey puck. Get with the times 10 years gone by since we got this attempt at James Bond
    • Bo
      This is pretty funny and I think you are probably correct and have hit the nail on the head, so to speak. I was kinda hopin' at the time that they would pick Clive Owens when he was in the running. Oh well, acceptance is the key to
    • Rubbish. Craig makes a good Bond.
    • Paul Day Clemens
      Seriously? I mean 'Quantum' was admittedly a mess, but Craig -- especially in 'Casino' -- gave a performance of such range and depth that he was nominated for a BAFTA for Best Actor which is a historic first. And this is coming from a major Connery fan.
    • Karl Shepherd
      Yes, lets bring back the gimmicky nonsense that persisted in the 1970's and led 007 to his lowering popularity, Craig does a fantastic job of showing the real Bond - read the books, this actor makes one of the best portrayals of the literary character.




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