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Intriguing new teaser for SPECTRE

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Who'd be a Bond girl? 

They have a shorter life expectancy than Kenny from South Park. And judging by the new TV spot for SPECTRE, in which we see Monica Belluci’s character pressed up against a wall by 007 as she panics over the pair being in danger, it could be business as usual.

Aired in the US yesterday, 007 looks a bit knackered while delivering his oft-repeated line "Bond, James Bond" to Belluci, though we’re assuming Craig’s super spy isn’t breathless because of his age, rather because the pair are being hunted by forces devoted to Cristoph Waltz’s Franz Oberhauser (long rumoured to be the head of SPECTRE Blofeld) and his henchman Mr Hinx, played by Dave Bautista – another character who we get a better look at in the latest teaser.



We're also given a look at a car (with flame throwers?!) being driven over another car, a man being punched in the face on the ski slopes, an unscheduled plane taking off and the other Bond girl played by Léa Seydoux, surely also set to be put in danger by the reckless British spy.

Yes, Bond is most definitely back.

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