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First Behind The Scenes Footage Of Spectre

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Car chases! Mountains! Cable cars! It's the first behind the scenes look at the Austrian location of Sam Mendes' Spectre

The 24th James Bond film has started production, and to keep the excitement bubbling over until its release in October, the film's official Twitter account has shared the first footage of its remote Austrian shoot. 

Léa Seydoux (playing Madeleine Swann) and Dave Bautista (playing Mr Hinx) are on hand to share their thoughts - a pairing from the "bad guy" camp of Spectre characters. There's also another glimpse of (product placement warning) the film's new cars, spinning about on the icy roads. 

Enough talk - check out the footage below and let us know your thoughts. 

Spectre arrives in cinemas on 23 October

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