The name's Craig. Daniel Craig.
The upcoming James Bond film Spectre may be the 24th installation in the series, but that doesn't mean the people behind everyone's favorite spy thrillers don't know their roots.
That's because in the first official poster for Daniel's fourth go as 007, he can be seen wearing a minimalistic costume that is almost identical to the chic spy look from Live and Let Die, the eighth film in the franchise from way back in 1973.
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Back then, Roger Moore played portrayed Bond and wore an all-black turtle neck equipped with a gun holster on the shoulder, which is exactly what Daniel is sporting in the pic.
While the poster doesn't give too much away, aside from a the possibility that Spectre will see a return to following the books more closely, we do know that the movie is set to premiere on November 6!
Daniel Craig will be joined by Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes, Dave Bautista, and Léa Seydoux as the newest bond girl Dr. Madeleine Swann.
Are U intrigued by Daniel's throwback, or are you left just a bit bored?
Let us know in the comments (below)!!!
[Image via James Bond/Twitter/Eon Productions/United Artists.]
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