James Bond’s ‘Spectre’ To Offer Longest Minutes Of Fun To Audience

By Poonam Singh | 1 year ago
James Bond’s ‘Spectre’ To Offer Longest Minutes Of Fun To Audience

Agent 007 James Bond has many fans around the world and so as the actor Daniel Craig. And what if you will get the chance to experience the company of mostly loved spy hero for long? Of course, the idea is enough in itself for bringing sparks into the eyes of everyone. So, be prepared for it as the upcoming movie in the Bond franchise, which is the fourth one of the actor, is believed to be the longest one. Read On!

Yes, as per UK Cinema websits, the upcoming movie of James Bond titled “Spectre” will be the longest one as Vue and  Empire Cinemas declare it as 160 and 155 minutes long, respectively, that too after removing the time of adverts and trailers. Though, no official confirmation has been received till now from the makers.


If we will check the previous records then with 144 minutes duration, BBFC placed “Casino Royale” (2006) on top of the list of the longest duration movie in the Bond franchise. Other movies in the same list are “Skyfall” (2012) with 143 minutes, “007” with 142 minutes, and “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” with 136 minutes.

It is a trend with the Bond movies to have longer minutes and as due to its popularity, audience never mind spending time in the theater for this spy who is hot favorite among ladies and matter of great concern for villains too.

“Spectre,” the much awaited Bond film will have Craig reprising the role of agent 007 whereas Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz will be seen donning villain Franz Oberhauser’shat. Other cast members include Ralph Fiennes as M, Ben Whishaw as Q, Naomie Harris as Moneypenny with new faces like Stephanie Sigman, Monica Bellucci, and Léa Seydoux.

Directed by Sam Mendes, this film will show Bond going to Rome, Mexico City and Sölden in the Austrian Alps. As per the updates received last week, the Grammy and Brit award-winning singer Sam Smith will sing “Writing’s on the Wall,” a theme song for this movie.

“I am so excited to be a part of this iconic British legacy and join an incredible lineup of some of my biggest musical inspirations. I hope you all enjoy the song as much as I enjoyed making it,” said the singer on Instagram.

The film is scheduled for its initial release in U.K. on October 26, and in the U.S. it will be released on November 6, this year only. So, till then, wait for the Bond.

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