A new teaser trailer for new Bond film Spectre has been unveiled, and we're practically wetting ourselves with anticipation.
The minute-long TV spot for the 24th installment in the James Bond series debuted during ABC's covering of the NBA Finals last night (June 9), offering more cryptic insights into the MI6 agent' mysterious past and the sinister Spectre organisation. Take a look below:
Spectre will see Daniel Craig reprise his role as the iconic secret agent for a fourth time, while Ben Whishaw, Ralph Fiennes and Naomie Harris will reprise their roles as Q, M, and Miss Moneypenny respectively.
Monica Belluci and Lea Seydoux have joined the cast as two new Bond girls, and WWE wrestler David Bautista has also been confirmed as part of the line-up – as has Sherlock's Andrew Scott, following speculation that the former Attitude cover star would play the film’s main villain – read more here.
Oscar-winner director Sam Mendes, who helmed the last Bond installment - 2012's Skyfall - has also returned to the director’s chair for Spectre.
While details around who'll be singing the theme tune for Spectre are still under wraps for now, we recently took a look at the artists who could be in contention for the coveted slot - click here to read more.
Spectre will be released worldwide on November 6.
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