“Spectre,” the 24th installment in the Bond franchise that will see James Bond (Daniel Craig) pursuing a sinister organization of the same name. It was after receiving a cryptic message from his past will hit the screens earlier as the UK release date has been brought forward. It won’t be the same for the rest of the world, as they will have to screen the movie in their respective countries. Read on for more details.
According to Telegraph, the super spy who has a reputation of not just entertaining audiences but also bringing intriguing content and suave villains on silver screen will be having its world premiere in London on Oct. 26, 2015. However, the venue has not been announced and there’s a chance that premiere could take place at Odeon Leicester Square where most of the major movies are premiered. It is being said that with this, audiences in the UK would be the first to see the film while in the US release is on Nov. 6, 2015.
The movie follows the events of “Skyfall” when some remains from the previous movie are recovered and handed over to Bond. He discovers the roots of an extremely powerful and sinister organization called SPECTRE. In the trailer itself, Bond is informed by Mr. White’s character that he is like a kite in a hurricane. It clearly indicates that he is in some deep trouble if he chooses to pursue it.
Bond being the good Samaritan that he is chooses to pursue it and faces one of the biggest threat he will ever encounter. Christoph Waltz is the main antagonist of the movie and is reportedly playing the role of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, leader of SPECTRE.
Other rumors hint at him playing the role of Franz Oberhauser, who happens to the son of Hanz Oberhauser. The Hanz character is said to be Bond’s skiing instructor/foster father when Bond’s parents died. It remains to be seen what trouble is Bond going to encounter this time, as the movie promises to go a notch higher with this one.
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