5 Dec – A brand new set of wheels for suave spy James Bond was recently revealed at the 24th Bond movie's official naming ceremony.
After it was made known that the movie's official title will be "Spectre", possibly a nod to the fictional global terrorist organisation featured in Bond novels and 1962 movie "Dr. No", the new Aston Martin DB10 was introduced to the public, Worldcarfans.com reported.
Aston Martin reportedly will be building ten of the cars at the firm's headquarters in Gaydon and all of them are going to be used during "Spectre" filming.
Along with the new title, the cast of "Spectre" was also revealed. Christoph Waltz, Lea Seydoux, Dave Bautista, Andrew Scott and Monica Bellucci will all be joining Daniel Craig as Oberhauser, Madeleine Swann, Mr. Hinx, Denbigh and Lucia Sciarra.
Craig will be reprising his role as the titular spy with Naomi Harris returning as Eve Moneypenny, Ben Whishaw as Q, Ralph Fiennes as Gareth Mallory and Rory Kinnear as Tanner.
Sam Mendes will be back once again as director, following the success of his last James Bond movie, 2012's "Skyfall", which opened at number one in North American cinemas on 9 November and has since made a total gross of USD1.1 billion worldwide, USD6.6 million of it accumulated in Malaysia.
Filming has started at various locations including London's Pinewood, Mexico City, Rome, Tangier and Erfoud (Morocco), as well as at Sölden, Obertilliach and Lake Altaussee, Austria.
However, production might face a slight delay as it was reported that nine of the movie's vehicles, which had a combined value estimated at €800,000, were stolen from the Land Rover Training Center near Dusseldorf. German police has not been able to detect any traces of the crime so far and all nine cars are still missing.
"Spectre" is due out in North American cinemas on 6 November 2015.
(Main Photo Source: BBC.com)