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Three years after Skyfall hit the big screen and raked in a walloping $1 billion plus at the international box office, Sam Mendes, who helmed that movie, is back in the director’s hot seat for SPECTRE, the latest 007 action fest.

Spectre image“In the new movie, {Bond} is an entirely proactive character, in control of his own destiny,” says Mendes.   “He has a focused mission from the outset and nothing, and no one, is going to stand in his way.”

Star Daniel Craig, who plays Bond for the fourth and final time, says SPECTRE – which unfolds in locations such as Mexico City, Rome, Istanbul and London  – had to outdo Skyfall.

“We didn’t have a choice – we had to be bigger and better. With Skyfall, we set something in motion and we wanted to go a bit further with it and experiment a bit more.”

This time around a cryptic message sends Bond to Rome, via Mexico City, where he hooks up with Lucia Sciarra (Monica Bellucci), the widow of a notorious criminal.  Shortly thereafter, he infiltrates a top secret meeting and  uncovers the existence of Spectre –  a dark and shady underground organization up to no good.

On the homefront, meanwhile, the problems just keep coming.  It seems that Max Denbigh (Andrew Scott), also known as Codename C, is now the head honcho at the Centre for National Security, and is questioning the relevance of MI6 – the Secret Intelligence Service agency that employs Bond to do his “save the world” thing.

“My character is a very charming man, and a very intelligent guy,” says Scott.  “Not only is he stewarding the merger between MI5 and MI6, he is also overseeing a new facility that is being built.  It is an extraordinary new building.  The cutting edge of global surveillance.”

In the meantime, Ralph Fiennes, who grew up reading the works of Ian Fleming, John Le Carre and Graham Greene, plays M, head of MI6, the role played by Dame Judi Dench in the past few Bond movies.

“I feel this M is a child of that spy-slash-film world.  Sam Mendes follows the demands of the Bond franchise but also allows us the opportunity to give more shade to our characters.  With M there is a doubt and uncertainty that you get in the literature of that period.”

Another vital member of Bond’s intelligence clique is Moneypenny (Naomi Harris), who has been working for M after accidentally shooting 007 during the early moments of Skyfall.

“Moneypenny in this film is behind the desk again; she’s not out with Bond in the field,” Harris explains. “She is still assisting him, but this time doing something much more secretive.”

As for newcomers to the Bond universe, Stephanie Sigman, plays Bond’s girlfriend during the film’s opening moments involving Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City.

“It is a beautiful scene because it’s very close to the reality of how we celebrate that day in Mexico.  That was very nice for me, being Mexican, and it wasn’t difficult to get fully immersed in the scenes.”

Monica Bellucci had no problem saying ‘Yes’ to the project.

“I have so much respect for the James Bond films in general because I think they are such a big part of cinema history.  And I respect so much all the James Bond girls; I think they are beautiful actresses and talented and it was very interesting for me to be part of this history.”

 

Studio: Sony Pictures

Director: Sam Mendes

Stars: Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Dave Bautista, with Monica Bellucci and Ralph Fiennes as “M.”

Screenwriters: John Logan and Neal Purvis & Robert Wade and Jez Butterworth. Story by John Logan and Neal Purvis & Robert Wade

Producers: Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli

Executive Producer: Callum McDougall.

Image Info:   Daniel Craig in SPECTRE © 2015 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc., Danjaq, LLC and Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All rights reserved.

Quote Source: Sony Pictures Press Notes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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