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Filming of SPECTRE's pre-titles sequence underway

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Photos and videos of filming of SPECTRE’s pre-titles sequence have started showing up on the Internet.

On March 18, the official 007 Twitter feed said the Mexico shoot would be for the opening sequence of the 24th James Bond film. 239 more words

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Eon says Mexican incentives didn't change SPECTRE script

Michael G. Wilson, co-boss of Eon Productions, denied that Mexican incentives resulted in script changes for SPECTRE, the 24th James Bond film, according to a story by… 321 more words

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The case for and against SPECTRE

This is a weird time for SPECTRE, the 24th James Bond film.

The movie is coming off a huge financial success with 2012’s Skyfall. This should be like 50 years ago, when Thunderball was in production coming off Goldfinger. 601 more words

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How did SPECTRE's budget get so high?

Many entertainment websites (including this blog) have written about how the Mexican government may have helped shape a sequence in SPECTRE in return for $20 million in incentives, something the… 475 more words

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Things we know about SPECTRE so far

No substantive spoilers, but super spoiler averse people should not even begin reading.

SPECTRE began seven months of principal photography on Dec. 8. That means we’ll soon be at the halfway mark of filming. 414 more words

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The spoiler debate: the sequel

On March 6, we ran a post ABOUT DEBATES AMONG FANS WHAT CONSTITUTES A SPOILER. It turns out some fans are even more sensitive than we described. 232 more words

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A few observations about SPECTRE

No real spoilers but spoiler sensitive fans should stay away.

SPECTRE, the 24th James Bond film produced by Eon Productions, has been in production for more than two months. 697 more words

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