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ShortList's Video Report From The Set Of Spectre

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We already know that the biggest movie of 2015 will be Spectre, we just don’t know much about it yet.

The latest teasery trailer gave almost nothing away. There was a funeral, a lake, some sort of secret and a very suspicious looking roll neck jumper. And that was about it.

But our very own Andrew Dickens has gone all the way to Mexico City to get some exclusive information from behind the scenes, just for you.

In his video report from the Spectre set, Andrew meets two of the 1,500 extras used in recreating the Mexican Day of the Dead festival in Zocalo Square, for one of the big set pieces in the film.   

And Daniel Craig himself even takes a little break to say that they’ve all been given a right royale welcome in Mexico. 

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