The full slate of information for the next James Bond movie was revealed on Thursday morning and gave fans an idea of what they could expect with the next entry. But with a classic vibe teased, which one of these actors will be the film's villain?
A live stream on 007.com on Thursday had director Sam Mendes revealing the official cast, synopsis, and car for the upcoming Bond movie, titled Spectre. The title references to the acronym that means Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion.
The film's synopsis was announced and it looks like Bond will be dealing with his past again as well as trying to help validate the secret service in this modern world. The Spectre synopsis is "a cryptic message from Bond's past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE."
The cast rumors were confirmed as Christoph Waltz headlined the cast as Oberhauser, who could actually be Blofeld in disguise. The original rumor said that Waltz would be playing Oberhauser, who is the son of a man who was a father figure in Bond's past.
Joining Waltz as a newcomer is Dave Bautista who will be playing the henchman Mr. Hinx. Monica Bellucci was added as Lucia Sciarra and looks to be the new Bond girl, Lea Seydoux as Madeleine Swann and the new femme fatale, and Andrew Scott as Denbigh, who could either be a good or bad guy.
The new Bond car will be the Aston Martin DB-10 with Mendes teasing that, "you will see what it can do when you come and see the movie." The car was also mentioned as the "non-human" cast member.
Filming on the seven-month shoot begins Monday, and the production is scheduled for a variety of exotic locales, including Mexico City, Rome, Tangier and Erfoud, Morocco, Sölden, Austria, as well as other locations Obertilliach and Lake Altaussee.
The cast looks superb and up until the film's release, the film's villain will probably play between Waltz and Scott, who could be used as a tease. Other than that, it looks like Mendes will be bringing back that classic Bond with a new feel.
Spectre opens in theaters on Nov. 6, 2015.