The new James Bond Skyfall is determined to make you forget all about The Quantum Solace as the full trailer is just a total thrill and joy to watch. This is classic 007 at his best and Daniel Craig easily proves that he's a classic Bond. Two trailers and a slew of images are below.
As the image above shows, Daniel Craig's skyfall James Bond loves a sweet shave from a woman as much as his Mikael Blomkvist from The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo did. We've been following the slow progress of the latest 007 films to get back to the big screen, and from the 2012 London Olympic Games Opening Ceremony stunt with Queen Elizabeth II to the latest full theatrical trailer, this one looks to get you as excited about Bond as Casino Royale did. If you missed that surprising (although we had already reported it would be happening) spectacle, you can see it below in its full length from Bond's arrival at Buckingham Palace all the way to the Queen taking her seat after the parachute video at the Opening Games Ceremony. Danny Boyle did a perfect job with this Skyfall promotion and the studio and producers were over the moon with it and the response.
Onward, below is also the domestic US theatrical trailer and international one that just reminds you how good trailers can be when they're done right. This isn't full of too many explosions, it just sets the pace so you know you're getting classic Bond with everything that we love plus more. In this one, we already know that Bond will be dealing with his parents mountain climbing death and his childhood estate home goes up in flames in one of the most expensive 007 stunts in history. The international trailer has a bit more footage not seen in the domestic trailer. Basically you get to see Javier Bardem's villain do more meanness.
[callout title=Skyfall Movie Synopsis]Bond’s loyalty to M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her and MI6 (British intelligence) comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.
Starring: Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, Bérénice Marlohe, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw with Albert Finney and Judi Dench as M
Director: Sam Mendes