New Spectre trailer puts James Bond on the defensive in a place without mercy


Meet the author of 007's pain

While Sam Mendes may not return to direct another James Bond outing, this new trailer for Spectre makes a strong case that Mendes should do 007 films in perpetuity.

You just read that sentence in Christoph Waltz's voice.

You have the chills? I have the chills.

Fast cars, danger, an excellent-looking Mexico City scene (assuming that's the pre-credits vignette), and also a beefed-up version of the theme from On Her Majesty's Secret Service, more proof that On Her Majesty's Secret Service has the best Bond theme of all time.

Thoughts on the matter? Talk Bond in the comments.

Spectre comes out in the UK on October 26 and in the United States on November 6.

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