The official 007 accounts have confirmed that the full trailer for SPECTRE will be revealed to the world on Wednesday 22nd July at 8am UK time.
… and, finally, we´re in Morocco!
The official 007 accounts have released a new video blog about SPECTRE filming in Mexico City, which includes an action sequence based around the traditional Day of the Dead festival. Celebrations take place throughout Mexico every year between 31st October and 2nd November. The blog itself focuses on the costumes and preparation needed to capture a mass parade involving more than 1,500 extras. The scenes are expected to feature as the opening pre-title sequence of SPECTRE.
From 2nd Unit this time… more boat action?
Sports fans watching last night’s NBA play-off finals were given a surprise sneak peak at SPECTRE, as the film’s first TV spot was broadcast to viewers in the United States.
Half of the minute-long advert recaps the SPECTRE teaser trailer released in March, but the second half contains brand new wall-to-wall action from filming in Austria, Rome, Mexico City and the UK.
It’s now been posted to the official 007 social media accounts:
Filming for SPECTRE continued in London over the weekend, with scenes being shot in Westminster and other central parts of the capital.
The official 007 social media accounts posted a picture from filming on Saturday afternoon at the Government Offices Great George Street, which is thought to have involved Daniel Craig and Naomie Harris. Scenes were captured later in the day at nearby Great Scotland Yard, which was also used in SKYFALL.
On Sunday evening, London’s famous Trafalgar Square was, very unusually, sealed off to the public to allow filming to take place.
More scenes are expected to be filmed across the capital for the next couple of weeks, including more helicopter stunts close to the River Thames.
If you can’t stand the heat…
Pushing the boat out…