After the critical and billion dollar box office success of Skyfall anticipation was high for Spectre, the 24th film in the James Bond franchise. Upon its release last year, the film was met with a mixed reception, and one of the recurring critiques was that Christoph Waltz’s villain was underwhelming.
IMAX Corporation (NYSE:IMAX) today announced that Albert R. Broccoli’s EON Productions’, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios’ and Sony Pictures Entertainment’s SPECTRE is now the highest-grossing IMAX film of all time in the UK. The twenty-fourth installment in the James Bond franchise grossed a record-setting £6.66m ($10.1m) within the four weeks following its October 26 debut.
Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, and more of the SPECTRE cast chat about the movie’s artful cinematography and seat-shaking audio.
The latest chapter in the James Bond series opened in the UK and five other European territories last week, leaving a trail of smashed box office records in its wake. Over the course of seven days Spectre raked in $80.4 million, with $63.8 million of that haul solely from UK receipts.
New James Bond Movie Takes to the Streets of Mexico City Contain your excitement – a new SPECTRE ‘making of’ featurette has landed. And, we can reveal, it features the making of the opening scene of James Bond’s latest adventure, set against the vibrant festivities of Mexico’s Day Of The Dead. “I wanted the audience to be dropped right into the middle of a very, very specific, very heady, rich...