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SPECTRE TV Spot (2)

10th September 2015

A new 20 second TV spot for SPECTRE has been released along with new teaser poster artwork

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A new 20 second television spot was launched today to promote the upcoming release of 'SPECTRE', the 24th James Bond film.


"Why does a man choose the life of an assassin?"

Variations on the 'coming soon' teaster poster campaign were also unveiled with a colourful 007 logo and further use of the 'day of the dead' pretitle sequence image of Daniel Craig wearing a mask.






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SPECTRE (2015) is the new James Bond film and the 24th in the series. It will be the fourth outing for Daniel Craig as 007, and the second film to be directed by Sam Mendes from a screenplay by John Logan, Neal Purvis & Robert Wade. The new MI6 team of Ralph Fiennes (M), Naomie Harris (Moneypenny), Rory Kinnear (Tanner) and Ben Whishaw (Q) are all reprising their roles. The cast will include Lea Seydoux, Dave Bautista, Andrew Scott and Christoph Waltz. Production commences on December 8th 2014, with location work as early as 5th January 2015 in Austria. The film will also shoot on location in: Erfoud and Tangier, Morocco; Rome, Italy and Mexico City, Mexico. SPECTRE is scheduled for release on 7th November 2015.

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