New Spectre Trailer Proves James Bond Has A Secret

A new one-minute TV spot leaves more questions than answers.

We already know that Spectre will lean more toward "classic Bond" than something more overtly gimmicky or futuristic. This new 60-second TV spot for the film supports that notion.

It's dark and shadow-y, with an ominous yellow glow typical of a David Fincher film (Zodiac, Se7en, The Social Network). "You've got a secret," a female voice says. "Something you can't tell anyone, because you don't trust anyone."

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Sure, this new Bond chapter will have the requisite high-octane action sequences and explosions, but it instantly feels more cerebral than visually exhausting. Right down to the dramatic pacing of Bond's signature name-check line: "Bond ... James ....... Bond."

This article was originally published on Esquire.com

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