There won't be anymore Spectre trailers after today.
After months of sizzling clips, teasers, trailers, and behind-the-scenes promos, Sony Pictures has posted to YouTube the final Spectre trailer. The 75-second reel shows boat chases, helicopters, fires, explosions, and James Bond himself - who is played by actor Daniel Craig - running from a collapsing building.
Remember... this is 007. We'd be surprised to see anything other than an action-packed trailer. Other highlights from the spliced footage include the usual sarcastic dialogue, such as when the new villain Oberhauser, played by Christoph Waltz, exchanges words with Bond over who is about to die.
“I came here to kill you,” Bond says, while Oberhauser coldly replies: “I thought you came here to die." Bond, of course, counters that response with, “Well, it’s all a matter of perspective."
According to IMDB, Spectre's plot involves a cryptic message from Bond's past. It sends him on a trail to uncover the "terrible truth behind Spectre." The film, which is directed by Sam Mendes, will release as the 24th Bond film.
Expect it to hit cinemas in the US on 6 November, following its premiere in the UK on 26 October.