'Spectre' Set Visit Interview - Christoph Waltz, Lea Seydoux, Dave Bautista
Earlier this year, we visited the Mexico City set of the latest Daniel Craig-as-James Bond adventure, "Spectre"(the follow-up to "Skyfall," the most successful James Bond movie ever). It was an incredible experience, which required 1,520 locals and took five months of preparation, and much of what we saw on location can be seen in the latest "Spectre" trailer, which is the moodiest and most intense look at the Sam Mendes film yet. But we did more than just watch a complicated helicopter stunt while in Mexico City, we also talked to many of the Spectre principles, including Christoph Waltz, Dave Bautista, and Léa Seydoux.

In this three-minute mash-up of our interviews, you can hear Seydoux talk about the differences between her character and the role she played in "Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol" (she's the only actress to appear in both franchises), Bautista joke about how everyone automatically assumed that he'd been cast as a henchman, and watch as Waltz tries, with every fiber of his being, to deny that he is actually famous Bond baddie Blofield. The movie might be a month away now, and still quite cloaked in secrecy, but at the time very little was known about the movie, so it was fun to try to squeeze details out of the actors.

Watch and let us know what you're most looking forward to about "Spectre," whether or not Waltz was being truthful, and if we can just crown Seydoux the world's most adorable human being already.

Today (October 5th) is Global James Bond Day, which is the anniversary of the release of "Dr. No," the first ever Bond film. The tradition continues when "Spectre" hits theaters November 6th.
Spectre
PG-132015
Based on 48 critics

James Bond (Daniel Craig) discovers a chilling connection between himself and the enemy he seeks. Read More

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