The final trailer for the new 007 film Spectre was released online Friday.
With just one month to go until Daniel Craig returns to the silver screen for his fourth outing as secret agent James Bond, the new trailer finds Bond at his most beleaguered as he runs from crumbling buildings, knife-fights with villains, and gets into some aerial acrobatics aboard an out-of-control helicopter.
Spectre‘s plot is reportedly an original story set after the events of the previous film, Skyfall, although it will draw heavily from elements and storylines from the Bond canon.
Noticeably absent from the final trailer is Sam Smith’s theme song, “Writing’s on the Wall,” which was released last week and promptly broke records in the UK.
There’s been much speculation about who will step into Bond’s tux once Craig hangs it up; but according to Craig himself, Spectre will not be his final 007 movie. The 47-year-old actor is contracted to play Bond in one more film, but recently told the Daily Mail that he wants to “keep going as long as [he’s] physically able.”
Spectre hits theaters November 6. Check out the final trailer above.