Spectre James Bond’s latest adventure will have its world premiere in London on October 26th, Sony pictures has announced. The film is the 24th movie in the James Bond franchise and sees Daniel Craig returning to the role of 007, with Skyfall director Sam Mendes behind the camera once again.

SpectreSpectre will hit UK cinemas before anywhere else in the world.

As well as premiering on October 26th, for the first time ever the film will also hit cinemas across the UK and Ireland on the same day, meaning British and Irish audiences will be the first in the world to see the latest Bond adventure.

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The rest of the world (including the US) will have to wait just a few more days until they get to experience Spectre on November 6th. A venue for the London premiere has yet to be announced.

Alongside Daniel Craig as Bond Spectre also stars Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, David Bautista, Léa Seydoux Monica Bellucci, Christolph Waltz with Ralph Fiennes taking over the role of M from Judi Dench. 

The film’s plot revolves around Bond receiving a ‘cryptic message from his past’ which leads him to discover a sinister organisation with a terrible truth hidden within it.

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At the box office, Spectre will have plenty to live up as Bond’s previous outing Skyfall, broke British records by taking a massive £100 million and going on to earn $1,108.6 million worldwide.

You can watch the teaser trailer for Spectre here: