Daniel Craig's 007 faces threats from multiple fronts in the latest clips and TV spots from director Sam Mendes' "Spectre."
MGM and Columbia Pictures reveal even more footage from the 24th Bond film in the new television spot.
Daniel Craig's 007 heads to Mexico City, and straight into trouble, in these action-packed new television promos for "Spectre," opening Nov. 6.
The latest promo spots for the 24th Bond film are loaded with new footage of Daniel Craig's 007 and Léa Seydoux's Madeleine Swann.
After much teasing, EON Productions, MGM and Sony Pictures have debuted the official theme song for the 24th James Bond film.
Titled "Writing's on the Wall," the theme song will debut Sept. 25.
A Mafioso's wife, a killer's doctor daughter, Moneypenny and more follow Daniel Craig into the 24th James Bond franchise film.
The "Django Unchained" star sticks by his guns, insisting he's not portraying the iconic villain in the next Bond film.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker reveals what drew him back after 2012's "Skyfall." (Hint: It's the story.)
The "Bond 24" event will take place live Thursday at 11 a.m. GMT from England's Pinewood Studios.
The famed character actor will join the Skyfall creative team with sources indicating the Inglourious Basterds alum will again play the villain, this time opposite Daniel Craig.
The next adventure of 007 reportedly will be written by Bond veterans Neal Purvis and Robert Wade.
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Skyfall director Sam Mendes, who earlier said other commitments would prevent him from returning for Bond 24, has been confirmed to helm the next installment in the franchise.