If you were looking for a reason to go see Daniel Craig's next James Bond film, Quantum of Solace, in the UK, here's your reason -- BBC reports that the film's release date has been moved up from November 7 of this year, to October 31 -- Halloween. So far, however, this means no change for us in North America. Variety reports that the film is still scheduled to roll out on the 7th.

This time around, Bond sets out for revenge against those who took out the lovely Vesper Lynd (the gal who betrayed him in Casino Royale) and travels to Austria, Italy, and South America. In Haiti, he runs into Camille (Olga Kurylenko), who has her own vendetta and leads the superspy to Dominic Greene (Mathieu Amalric). I guess Bond gets sidetracked by this dude, because he "discovers that Greene, conspiring to take total control of one of the world's most important natural resources, is forging a dastardly deal with an exiled Latin American general (Joaquin Cosio)."

But what about the title? It seems to be sticking, but I can't say that I'm entirely into Craig's reasoning why. He says it's all about relationships: "When they go wrong, when there's nothing left, when the spark has gone, when the fire's gone out, there's no quantum of solace." I actually liked the title more before ...

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