The grand unveiling of Bond 24: Spectre

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The grand unveiling of Bond 24: Spectre
4th December 2014

The 24th Bond was announced today, and it's been named as Spectre.

The name harks back to the original Bond films, where Spectre was the name of the organisation backing the villains. 

Work on the film begins next week and the pressure is certainly on as Sam Mendes returns to direct his second Bond film. His last, Skyfall, was the highest grossing British film to date. 

Along with Daniel Craig returning as 007 for a fourth time, Andrew Scott - who many will know as Moriarty in Sherlock - will be playing a Whitehall staff member, though speculation is rife that he will turn out to be on the wrong side of Bond. 

Christopher Waltz is also confirmed as a cast-member, though Pinewood and studio bosses are tightlipped about what his exactly role will entail. The mystery begins...
 

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