Bond fans can relax with another stellar cast announced to support star Daniel Craig for the 24th film in the franchise.
Its international flavour was in the forefront with Austrian Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz tipped to be the latest Bond villain, alongside French actress Lea Seydoux and Italian star Monica Bellucci.
Director Sam Mendes and producer Barbara Broccoli took to the stage on Thursday at Britain’s Pinewood Studios to announce a title – Spectre – that will delight Bond aficionados.
The film will be shot in Mexico City, Rome, London, Austria and Tangier and Bond will drive a new sleek Aston Martin DB10.
Spy chief M will be played by Ralph Fiennes, a role he took on in the last movie, Skyfall.
Ben Wishaw returns as Q while Naomie Harris reprises her role as Eve Moneypenny.
“We start shooting on Monday,” Mendes said.
This will be the 24th instalment in the hugely successful series based on author Ian Fleming’s fictional Secret Service agent, which began with Sean Connery starring in Dr No in 1962.
Spectre is due for its worldwide release on November 6, 2015.