After the big unveil last week announcing the name of the new Bond film, cameras have already begun to roll on the new production. Principal photography for the film has officially begun on the set as announced by the film’s official Twitter account.
According to the early synopsis, Spectre will revolve around a cryptic message from Agent 007’s past, which starts him on a mission that uncovers a sinister clandestine organisation. While Bond is in the field, the new M also has a battle on his own hands as political forces attempt to put an end to MI6.
As reported last week, Spectre will see Daniel Craig return as 007, alongside Ralph Fiennes as M, Naomie Harris as Moneypenny and Ben Whishaw as Q. The film will also star Christoph Waltz (Oberhauser), Dave Bautista (Mr. Hinx), Monica Bellucci (Lucia Scarria) and Léa Seydoux (Madeleine Swann). The new Bond film will also feature the all-new Aston Martin DB10, which was specifically built for 007’s latest adventure.
Production for Spectre will be predominantly based in Pinewood Studios with location shoots in Mexico City, Rome, Morocco and Austria. Spectre is scheduled for release in November 2015.