'Quantum of Solace' to Get New Trailer in September
While the 22nd installment of James Bond movie, "Quantum of Solace", has been pushed back a week later than its original schedule, recent report claimed that the high-octane film will be getting a brand new trailer soon. According to 007 Nederland, the new video will be unveiled on September 11.
The information is said to be shared out by an employee from Sony Pictures Netherlands. Though giving out the possible release date, the employee didn't let out any further and specific details of this future compilation of clips. Yet, Commander Bond has noted that many Bond fans expect that it will provide an in-depth look into the movie compared to the earlier released teaser trailer.
Following once again Daniel Craig as the superspy Bond in one of the most complex missions he has ever done, "Quantum of Solace" is a direct sequel to "Casino Royale". Betrayed by the woman he loved, Vesper Lynd, Bond throws himself to a mission to uncover the truth behind Lynd's treachery leading him to a mysterious organization led by Dominic Greene who strives to dominate one of the world's most important natural resources.
Directed by Marc Forster using the script from Robert Wade, Neal Purvis and Paul Haggis, the Columbia Pictures' flick also features the likes of Mathieu Amalric, Gemma Arterton, Olga Kurylenko, Giancarlo Giannini, Judi Dench, Jeffrey Wright, etc. It is now set to be released in the theaters nationwide on November 14.
- Officially Back On? Kylie Jenner Tags Tyga on Her Booty In This Instagram Photo
- Nicolas Cage and Alice Kim Separate After 11 Years of Marriage
- Two More Actors Join 'Spider-Man: Homecoming', New Set Photos Are Released
- 'Mr. Robot' Season 2 Gets Additional Episodes and an Aftershow
- Jamie Foxx Spotted Holding Hands With Mystery Woman. Cheating on Katie Holmes?
- Fifth Harmony Ladies Strip Down to Skimpy Bikinis in 'All in My Head' Video Ft. Fetty Wap
- 'Step Up' Series Coming to YouTube With Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Attached
- Harry Styles Signs Solo Deal With Columbia Records. Time to Say Goodbye to 1D?