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007 News of the Day: Next Bond Film Called ‘Spectre,’ Stars Andrew Scott & Christoph Waltz

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New details about the latest Bond film were announced on Thursday at a press event, including the title, the car, and the cast.

"Spectre," which is is expected to hit theaters November 2015, will be directed by Sam Mendes. Daniel Craig will return as James Bond, and the new Bond car will be an Aston Martin DB10.

But most importantly… fans of "Sherlock" will collectively squeal knowing that Andrew Scott (Moriarty) is joining the cast as a character named "Denbigh" and, as was rumored, Christoph Waltz is on board as "Oberhauser."

SPECTRE (Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion) is a terrorist agency featured in the series led by Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Its first appearance in the Bond films was "Dr. No" in 1962.

So which - if any - of these folks is Blofeld? Guess we'll have to wait until next year to find out.

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