Published On: Sat, Jun 27th, 2015

New ‘Spectre’ footage reveals car chases, plane crashes and a dark Christolph Waltz

Bond is back with the 24th film in the franchise, titled Spectre, with Daniel Craig returning as the famous spy. CineEurope proved to be the place to see the latest footage, introduced by Naomie Harris, who plays Ms. Moneypenny.

Who can forget the last James Bond?” asked Sony Pictures president of marketing and distribution Josh Greenstein to the CineEurope crowds at the studio’s presentation before pointing to the massive success of Skyfall, which is now the highest earning film in the franchise, outperforming even the biggest projections .

Daniel Craig as James Bond in SpectreThe new footage included a car chase, an alpine plane crash and a shadowy looking Christolph Waltz, who plays the mysterious Franz Oberhauser.

Spectre also stars Lea Seydoux, Monica Bellucci, Andrew Scott, Ben Whishaw, Ralph Fiennes, Rory Kinnear and Dave Bautista. Sam Mendes is back directing from a script by John Logan and Neal Purvis & Robert Wade.

Craig has been spotted on various sets, likely just picking up shots to finalize the print for audiences. Albawaba reported on the set in Tangiers: “A photo of a cobblestone road with two children playing in front of a Moroccan villa in Tangiers was also shared on Spectre‘s official Twitter account…Morocco World News reports that scenes were shot on a train in the northeastern city of Oujda and in the Moroccan desert in the southeast of the country.”

The EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Sony Pictures are behind Spectre, which arrives in theaters on November 6, 2015.


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