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Shirtless James Bond in First 'Skyfall' Official Image

January 14, 2012 (3:40 am) GMT
The first still of the twenty third 007 movie gives a look at Daniel Craig's Bond getting shirtless while he sits alone by the side of a wide swimming pool.

After a long wait, the first official image from "" has finally been unleashed via Empire Magazine. Instead of giving a look at James Bond rocking his trademark tux, bowtie and revolver or getting into a high-octane action, the fresh picture shows the flamboyant secret agent flaunting his hunky physique by the poolside.

The photo features 's Bond getting shirtless and showing off his back muscles as he sits alone by the side of a wide blue swimming pool. The image was taken while the 43-year-old British hunk was filming a scene at the London Four Season recently.

Craig is set to reprise his role as 007 for the third time after 2006's "" and 2008's "". In the upcoming Bond film, his loyalty to his superior M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her. When MI6 comes under attack, Bond must track down and destroy the threat no matter how personal the cost is.

With Sam Mendes tackling the role behind the lens, "Skyfall" is written by John Logan, Robert Wade and Neal Purvis. is set to return as M, while is cast as the major villain in the film. Also supporting the anticipated action flick are , , , Albert Finney, and Ola Rapace.

"Skyfall" is set to make its way out into the U.S. theaters on November 9.

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