Watch: First Behind-the-Scenes Video for 007's Next Movie 'Spectre'

February 11, 2015
Source: 007

Spectre Behind-the-Scenes

"Above all we have to deliver an amazing sequence." I love James Bond. Eon Productions, the company behind the 007 films, does some of the smartest and most effective marketing in all of Hollywood. During the lead up to Skyfall, they released production diaries during filming to give us a hint at what was coming. With the next film, Spectre, currently filming with director Sam Mendes at the helm they're launching the production diaries again and the first one has arrived. This first video takes us to the snowy mountain top set they're filming at now in Austria, and it looks amazing. I can't believe they're showing this much this early. I've got a feeling this is Sam Mendes doing his own On Her Majesty's Secret Service and I can't wait.

Here's the first behind-the-scenes video for Sam Mendes' Bond movie Spectre, filming now, via 007.com:

In addition, they've revealed the first look photo of Daniel Craig back in action as James Bond in Spectre:

Spectre First Look

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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    Aw Yisss...~ Good to be back (In Singapore, at the moment). Bond is back in the Alps! Bloody brilliant this is!!~ I am honestly really excited to see how Bautista does in this film.
    • Gohikeone
      PD! Good to see you back on the board...have been missing your commentary at FS! Cool new avatar shot...first color photo? I'm pretty excited about Bond in the Alps again myself...hopefully some good ski work coming our way!
      • DAVIDPD
        Happy to be back. I think I have used color photos before. Definitely need some Bond on the slopes scenes.
  • cabo
    I hope its better than skyfall ... that movie is TERRIBLE ... it looked beautiful but that story was baffling ... so fucking dumb ... its shocking to me that people love that movie so much ...
    • Tuomas Lassila
      Skyfall is the only Bond film I liked so far.
    • Jon Odishaw
      Skyfall was good, not great like Mendes typically delivers...I dunno why you thought it was TERRIBLE. Have you only seen 3 movies? were they all Kubrick movies?
      • I've noticed that there's some sort of 'bullying' in these comment sections happening as of late. Why can't someone else have a different opinion? Why mock them? Just because the majority liked something, doesn't make it a fact that its 'great'. Its the beauty of any art, its objective. But immediately, the vocal critic will get labeled as a troll or whatever else.
        • Jon Odishaw
          When you say a movie is "terrible" you better be referring to the Last Airbender or Battlefield Earth. I get that its a matter of opinion but then say that. Say that you didnt enjoy the film. But to use to the word terrible is asking for mockery.
          • cabo
            hey Jon, I do genuinely mean it when I say I think skyfall is terrible ... and of course its just my opinion ... I guess I feel so strongly about it because I love the Bond series so much ... that's all ...
        • SalsaBandit
          Says the Nolan troll...hahahahah
    • Wow. Completely disagree, Skyfall is one of the best Bond movies made. And I am a HUGE Bond fan who loves every last one of them (to varying degrees). I'm even critical of Casino Royale, but Skyfall... was near perfect. You're crazy! Skyfall is amazing. Not at all dumb, story was a fresh update to the classic Bond spy stories of old. Sorry you didn't enjoy.
      • OfficialJab
        I liked Skyfall a lot also, except that "villain meant to get caught and had the escape planned" is irritating. Especially the Subway hole when he's climbing the ladder. I liked that the story was more of a personal one about a vendetta. I'm starting to miss the space lasers and stealth boats though.
      • Zing. Kinda shocked that you think its one of the best. But different strokes for different folks...personally i thought it was really weak. Mendes cannot direct action. And while i know most people dislike it, i really liked QoS a whole lot more... Still, looking forward to Spectre.
      • jimfromtoto
        Yeah Skyfall was one of the best Bond movies ever but had it not been for Roger Deakens incredible talent and work as DP... it might have sucked so I can see cabo's point of view. For me all parts of the movie need to hit high notes. script,plot action, music, and photography. Deakins is a master!!
    • Armitall
      People love that movie because of the forced sentimentality, at least to me it was a little forced, didn't quite sit well. The movie was OK wouldn't call it terrible, except for some scenes like the whole getting caught, subway scene, Q hacking and leaving chrumbs, thous were just cartoony. But over all a good Bond movie. I would still prefere Casino Royale tho.
  • Lagoya
    Someone wake me up when the god awful Daniel Craig is replaced with a proper Bond.
    • Wafffles
      I'd gladly agree to Daniel Craig, in the rest of the Bond films ever to be made, inserted by CGI after he dies if necessary, if we could erase Brosnan's 'contributions' to the series. Erase them brutally, and erase them permanently. Yeah, you're entitled to your opinion, but I think it's safe to say they could have put Drew Carey or David Spade in the role and it would have been better than Pierce as Bond.
    • Sky




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