Just one moth away from the premiere of the latest James Bond film Spectre, Columbia and MGM have released one final trailer. This time we get a clear look at the newest villain of the film and definitely a fan-favorite, Franz Oberhauser, played by the legendary Christoph Waltz; we also get to see Léa Seydoux, the French actress that will be playing the new Bond girl, Madeleine Swann.
"I came here to kill you" James Bond tells Franz Oberhauser in the clip, to which the villain replies with, "And I thought you came here to die."
In this last Spectre trailer, besides seeing Bond confronting Oberhauser, we also catch glimpses of what promises to be an action-packed movie. Ruins crumbling down, car chases, epic explosions, fights inside flying helicopters and even a Dia de los Muertos parade in Mexico City. Another noticeable thing about this trailer is the bloody ring with the Spectre symbol in it, which predicts that things will not be easy for our favorite hero.
Directed by Sam Mendes and starring Daniel Craig, Spectre will be the actor's fourth film interpreting James Bond and the 24th installment of the British franchise that everyone has come to love. The movie premiers in the US in November 6th, be sure not to miss it! For the time being, take a look at the trailer below.