Sony Pictures confirms Bond 24 will be called ‘Spectre’
Earlier this morning Sam Mendes, the director of the next James Bond installment, announced the new title of the 24th film in the James Bond franchise. The new film will be released under the name “Spectre,” the same infamous name of the organization lead by villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
This confirms that Christoph Waltz will be added to the series, the two-time Academy Award Winner was confirmed under the James Bond Twitter feed as a character called Oberhauser. David Bautista and the beautiful Monica Bellucci will be joining the cast as well. Ben Whishaw, Ralph Fiennes and Naomie Harris are all returning this time around, as Daniel Craig once again plays the role of James Bond.
This will be the first film in the series since “Skyfall,” and shooting is set to begin early Monday morning. Mendes held a livestream event to make the announcement. The film will begin the seven-month production next week, with John Logan, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade all returning to write the screenplay for the project.
For you car-fans, the film “Spectre” will feature the new Aston Martin DB-10 as the go-to car for Bond. “Spectre” will be released November 6 in theaters.