One year ago… Spectre

First of all, maybe the main picture isn’t the better one but I like it because show us another perspective of Bond -of Daniel- kissing his Bond Girl -his woman- and also a different part of the premiere, not the red carpet. Now, I just can say enjoy the post and remember that day as well as you can fans!! 


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have joined the stars of new James Bond film Spectre for its world premiere in London. The royal guests were met by director Sam Mendes and producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson ahead of the screening at the Royal Albert Hall.

Daniel Craig, with his wife, who has played 007 for a decade, was the first to arrive on the red carpet on Monday night, one year ago. He told the BBC: “It’s changed my life and I’ve loved every second of it.”
The star also admitted that he “hated” watching himself on screen, but said “I love playing James Bond”.

Craig said Mendes was “one of the best directors there is” and that he had enjoyed being “creatively involved from the very beginning”.

Other cast members on the red carpet included Naomie Harris, Christoph Waltz, Ben _86338328_4893bf13-66cc-4d19-be44-6b4aae0b4e91Whishaw, Ralph Fiennes, Andrew Scott, Dave Bautista and “Bond girls” Lea Seydoux and Monica Bellucci. Bellucci said it was a “great pleasure” to be part of the “amazing tradition” of Bond films. “It’s magic,” she said. “It’s incredible how James Bond represents so much, not just in England actually, but all over the world.”

Scott, who plays a new character called Denbigh, said that the franchise had lasted so well because it kept “reinventing” itself. The Sherlock star added: “The storyline in this movie is about surveillance and how we’re watched constantly. There’s a lot of prescient subject matter in the recent Bond films.”
Spectre is the first Bond film to open in cinemas on the same day as its premiere.
Mendes said he was delighted that the public were also getting to see the film. ” I love the idea that cinemas around the country will be full tonight at the same time as we are doing the royal premiere.”


“It’s just fantastic to see everybody out tonight,” said Daniel Craig as he arrived on the Spectre red carpet that snaked further than the eye could see around the Royal Albert Hall.
Hundreds of fans – some of whom had queued since Saturday – lined the route in the hope of a photo with Craig. He didn’t disappoint them.
As several thousand guests surged into the famous domed venue, huge speakers pumped out Bond themes past and present, as clips from Spectre played out on giant screens.
Famous faces on the carpet included Dames Shirley Bassey and Joan Collins, Hobbit star Martin Freeman, musician and former Bond girl Maryam D’Abo from The Living Daylights.
For two hours the whole event was telecast around the world – just as cinema audiences prepared to watch the film for the first time.

Yes.. in this premiere all us were missing the 007 of Judi Dench! Where were you Judi!?

The after-show party was very much a top-secret event with 1,600 guests being chauffeured from the Royal Albert Hall to the party venue: The British Museum.

When it comes to world premieres, nobody does it better than 007.

In Spain the premiere was on Oct. 28 in theaters Nov. 6.

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