The adventures of our favorite spy haven’t ended….well, at least, not just yet with so many fans still expecting his kicking actions. And it has been confirmed that Daniel Craig will be playing as the hardcore, tough 007 agents, James Bond. It seems that Craig has successfully created another new image for Bond as a tough yet still human agent that Sony and MGM decide to still use him as Bond.
The next Bond movie will be the 24th production ever made, and Metro-Goldwin-Mayer, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and EON Productions have launched the trailer for “SPECTRE” which is claimed to be as loud, blasting, interesting, captivating, and full of actions – just like other Bond’s flicks. Aside from the interesting plot that most Bond movies have, the options for the female casts are always interesting. And with Monica Bellucci included within several main female casts for the flick, things are getting more interesting. It means that Bellucci will be the ‘most senior’ actress ever included in Bond movie – you still remember most of them were pretty young and youthful, right?
Planned to be released on November the 6th 2015, the plot will be more interesting. This is Bond’s rogue mission where he follows a trail of a past cryptic message to Mexico City and then Rome. There he meets Lucia Sciarra (played by Monica Bellucci), a widow from the infamous criminal.
Bond learns about SPECTRE’s existence and danger. As if things weren’t already complicated, MI6 relevance is being asked by the new head of National Security Center, Max Denbigh (Andrew Scott), who is also questioning Bond’s rogue mission. Bond secretly asks for help from Q (Ben Whishaw) and Moneypenny (Naomi Harris) to find Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux), daughter of Mr. White (Jesper Christensen).
The problem is, Mr. White was Bond’s nemesis, but he also has the clue and key of SPECTRE network and web. The meeting between Bond and Swann is interesting as she surprisingly understands him when no one else can. As Bond digs deeper into SPECTRE core, he learns the surprising and not-so-fun connection between his enemy and himself.
If you are a Bond’s fan and you have read the novels by Ian Fleming, you are certainly familiar with the fictional world-scope terrorist organization SPECTRE, or Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge, and Extortion). In the novels, the leader of SPECTRE is Ernst Stavro Blofeld. However, it remains unclear whether Blofeld will be showing in the movie.
And about Bond girls…. well, we can’t discuss Bond’s movie without talking about them, can we? Madeleine Swann is definitely creating a spark between herself and Bond, although their first encounter may not be so smooth. While Lucia Sciarra is finally trusting Bond for saving her from the criminal world that she has been familiar with. Moneypenny remains loyal to Bond, and Naomi Harris as the cast understands why she does it. And then there is Estrella (played by Stephanie Sigman), but there is no further information about this character as Sigman doesn’t want to reveal anything about her character.
There is no doubt that the next Bond movie is a must-see one, so let’s just wait and hope for the best.