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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Columbia Pictures have this week revealed the first official TV trailer for their upcoming action-adventure motion picture Spectre.
The twenty-fourth instalment in the aforementioned pair of Hollywood studios' long-running saga of (increasingly loose yet somehow increasingly accomplished) adaptations of Ian Fleming's James Bond novels, Spectre has long been rumoured to herald the return of Agent 007's most nefarious adversary, Blofield, a character who (if the reports surrounding his presence are to be believed, at least) will this time be portrayed by Django Unchained's Christoph Waltz.
Unfortunately, closure on this particular front clearly won't arrive until either a later point in the movie in question's marketing campaign or indeed until its official release date in five or so months' time. What Spectre's début TV spot (below) lacks in meaty revelations, however, it more than compensates for with glimpses aplenty both at footage which premièred in March's teaser trail as well as a handful of shots clearly intended to tease some of the piece's grander action-orientated moments, though one has to assume that the post-production team will need a few months more yet before they're willing to showcase what lies in store on this front in any great detail. Regardless, it's another tantalising preview - in no small part thanks to the appearance of the iconic Aston Martin in its latest form - that's all but guaranteed to whet the appetite of those fanboys and fangirls who've been dying to hear the words "Bond. James Bond." uttered once more ever since Skyfall made its indelible mark on the world's collective consciousness just two short years ago.
Spectre will unravel the secrets that England's finest secret agent once hoped to conceal forever on November 6th in UK cinemas nationwide.