It has been recently reported that the new “Bond” film which is the 24th creation in the list of “Bond Movies” spans a time duration of 148 minutes. Can you believe it? Read on for more details.
Being declared officially as the film with longest running time in the list of “James Bond” films, “Spectre” leaves behind the last one in the category, which was released in 2012 titled “Skyfall,” directed by Sam Mendes, with time duration of 143 minutes. The initial release of the film it set to be in UK and Ireland on October 26th this year.
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The storyline of the film is believed to have action unlimited spun with style. James Bond’s previous spectacle “Casino Royale,” which was directed by Martin Campbell in 2006, was of 144 minutes only.
It has also been revealed that two leading cinema chains in the United Kingdom advertised its running time over their websites to be 160 minutes.
“Spectre” will be released on 26th October as said earlier, and its worldwide premiere will be on 6th November. The starcast of the film include Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes and Andrew Scott. Monica Bellucci, Lea Seydoux and Stephanie Sigman will be in major roles.
“Spectre” trailer depicts high dramatic action scenes and offers adventure throughout. The movie is surely going to be a real feast to watch specially for all time “Bond” fans. Comparisons will also be made between the previous versions and this 24th epic. One thing that remains common in all of them is James Bond’s unique style.
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