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SPECTRE IMAX poster is a bit of a hair-raiser

October 15th, 2015 by Phil Robinson Comments


The newly-released IMAX poster for Spectre is something else. I mean, it’s scary stuff.

The just-released promotional image shows 007 wearing a freaky skeleton mask, not unlike the costume worn by voodoo king Baron Samedi in ’70s Bond film Live and Let Die.

This image is taken from Spectre‘s Day of the Dead parade in Mexico City, which has been previewed in several pre-release trailers and is set to be one of the most intriguing and tense sequences in the film.

James Bond is on the run once again in this latest adventure, as world-spanning terror group Spectre targets him for extermination. Spectre might have a leg up on 007, considering that it’s run by a shady figure (Christoph Waltz) from the secret agent’s past.

Source: Squareeyed

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