‘Spectre’ Premieres For Royal Audience, Creates Media Frenzy
“Spectre,” the much-awaited movie of James Bond, has finally premiered on Monday. The premiere was attended by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry. Kate was the center of attraction in her blue gown and Jimmy Choo shoes. The royal audiences were overwhelmed; the critics, not too much.Advertisement
The 24th James Bond film “Spectre” was well-received by the audience in the premiere. The star, Daniel Craig was also overwhelmed. He mentioned, “I hate watching myself on screen but I love playing James Bond… It’s exceptional to be here, thank you to everybody for turning up… I’m just incredibly proud of the movie and the people that made it. I’m blessed to work with these people. Any movie would be overjoyed to have a cast like this. It means I have to raise my game! I love working with Sam and I would work on any movie with him.”
Léa Seydoux who plays Madeleine Swann in the movie said, “I’m very proud to be here tonight. I mean it’s a dream come true. I can’t really believe it, I don’t know if I’m a Bond girl or just a blonde girl.”
Ben Whishaw who plays Q said, “Everyone has grown up with them and they have this nostalgic thing… I like Q’s clobber but I love the acting bit with Daniel [Craig], Ralph [Fiennes], Rory [Kinnear] and Naomi [Harris]. And of course working with Sam Mendes.”
The film is going to be an interesting one for sure with a final mission set by the previous M. When asked if Daniel Craig wants to do one more Bond film, he did not give a prominent response.