Bond films are some of the most heavily branded in movie history, with companies paying millions to get their products on screen alongside the world’s most famous spy.
The Spectre is the most expensive yet, with a budget upwards of $350m (£194m) according to reports of leaked Sony emails in 2014. That makes it nearly twice as expensive as Skyfall - the previous Bond film in the long-running franchise, which cost between $150 million to $200 million. However, Sony Pictures need not be too worried about Spectre’s budget if the box office revenue is anything like Skyfall’s, which brought in $1.1 billion.
The latest Bond film includes a star-studded cast surrounding Craig, including Christoph Waltz, Monica Belluci, Léa Seydoux, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw and Ralph Fiennes.
Spectre" was filmed in Austria, Britain, Italy, Mexico and Morocco and includes the usual Bond ingredients: high-speed chase scenes, sultry female leads, exciting gadgets and witty one-liners.
The film will also hit the threatre on November 6th in America.