Watch The First Full-Length Spectre Trailer

"It was me, James – the author of all your pain"

A full trailer for Spectre has finally been unveiled and, unlike the teaser that gave away nothing a few months back, more light has been shed on what to expect from 007's latest outing.

Following on from events which occurred in Skyfall, the story follows Bond on a rogue mission overseas where he uncovers the existence of sinister organisation, SPECTRE.

Highlights include Q (Ben Whishsaw) unveiling Bond's new Aston Martin, the agent at Mexico's Day of the Dead festival and Bond girl Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) in ski-gear.

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Also, any doubts about Christoph Waltz playing a villainous role are immediately dispelled with his line: "It was me, James – the author of all your pain." Seems Bond's got quite the battle on his hands.

While the obligatory shots of a gun-wielding Daniel Craig running around on rooftops are also featured, it's good to know at some point he'll chill out over an old-fashioned round of chess.

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Spectre is the second Bond film directed by Sam Mendes following 2012's Skyfall.

Also on Bond girl duties are Monica Bellucci as Lucia Sciarra, the widow of an infamous criminal, and Stephanie Sigman as Estrella.

Spectre is released in the UK on 26 October. For all the news on Spectre, click here

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