WATCH: The Final, Fiery ‘Spectre’ Trailer Has Landed

Hollywood has live(d) and let die through 25 James Bond films to date – the one series that has remained eternal, unashamedly hammy and unimaginably successful for decades.

But—allow me to call it, here—the one thing that has undermined 007‘s success in Hollywood this whole time? The one glaring absence, that will now, for SPECTRE, be filled?



Waltz appears in all his ineffable glory in the longest and final trailer for James Bond’s 26th iteration – starring as Oberhauser, the villain of  Sam Mendes‘ second take on the series. <3 <3

Pure fire, Christoph Waltz’ face, and the feeling of Daniel Craig’s relevancy as Bond slipping engulfs the latest trailer:

Its synopsis:

“A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.”

And its chart-topping theme, courtesy of Sam Smith:

SPECTRE will be released in Australia on 12 November this year. 

Edit, 1:08 PM: this article originally linked to the incorrect “Writing’s On The Wall” track.