SPECTRE TV Spots

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The first TV spot to tease the upcoming James Bond film 'SPECTRE' was broadcast on ABC television in the USA last night during the NBA Finals in June.

A 20 second television spot was launched in September.

A few days later in September, a third TV spot was broadcast.

In October, just weeks before the film's release date, a slew of new TV spots hit the channels. This time the focus was on Christoph Waltz's character and his relationship with Bond.

Sony Pictures and MGM released five new TV spots for advertising the film in the US and Canada on 17th October. The first four were centered around the relationship between the leading lady Madeleine Swann and Bond, whereas the final new spot is based on the pre-titles sequence in Mexico City.

Three new TV spots were released on October 21st featuring fresh footage from "SPECTRE' as well as some interesting variations on the music.


'SPECTRE' TV Spot #11

'SPECTRE' TV Spot #12

'SPECTRE' TV Spot #13

Four new TV spots were released on October 23rd featuring a few new shots from 'SPECTRE' with an added focus on the central villain played by Christoph Waltz.


'SPECTRE' TV Spot #14

'SPECTRE' TV Spot #15

'SPECTRE' TV Spot #16 & #17
Bond 24

Briefing
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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