Ultimate Guide to SPECTRE (Bond 24) Products and Locations
The ever changing guide to clothing, gadgets, accessories, vehicles and locations spotted in early released photos and videos from SPECTRE.
Spoiler Alert: this article might reveal parts of the SPECTRE plot and other elements from this Bond movie.
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You can see the list of Products in SPECTRE which might contain a few more products than listed below.
Last update: 1 February 2016
CONTENTS (now ordered by character)
Omega is once again an official partner, so James Bond will sport Omega watches in SPECTRE. Bond wears two, maybe three different Omega (Seamaster / Aqua Terra) watches in the film. Bond wears the Omega Seamaster 300 SPECTRE edition (read more below) and an Omega Aqua Terra 150M. In the last scene of the film, Bond wears a third watch (steel with leather strap), but this watch has not yet been identified, as it appeears very briefly.
Omega Aqua Terra Limited Edition
There are two special 007 limited editions. The first Limited Edition Aqua Terra was announced on February 2, 2015 and has Bond's coat of arms on the dial and seconds hand. It is likely that Bond will wear a similar Aqua Terra, without his coat of arms, but with the same anti-magnetic 15,000 Gauss functionality (meaning that it is resistant to magnetic fields greater than 1.5 tesla), which might be used somehow in the film's plot.
Omega Seamaster 300 SPECTRE Limited Edition
On the first promotional SPECTRE photo, and on some photos from the set in Rome, we can see an Omega NATO strap in grey and black on Bond's wrist. The watch has been revealed to be the vintage style Omega Seamaster 300 with NATO strap.
On August 14th, it was revealed by Omega that the watch, an Omega Seamaster 300, modelnumber 18.104.22.168.01.001, will be available as a Limited Edition (7,007 pieces) in September 2015. In the UK you can purchase the 300 Limited Edition at respected jewellers Ernest Jones for £4785 and Fraser Hart for £4785. Read more about the watch here.
Daniel Craig was wearing Seamaster 300 on a NATO strap during the SPECTRE Photocall in Rome. In some spy photos from a set in Rome on February 19th, the NATO strap could once again be seen, so he will wear the NATO strap not only in Austria.
Bond will wear Tom Ford clothing and accessories in SPECTRE, just as he did in Quantum of Solace and SkyFall. Details of the Tom Ford clothing items in SPECTRE are now available thanks to David Zaritsky (The Bond Experience).
Find several of the Tom Ford suits, jacket and trousers exclusively online on Harrods.com.
James Bond wears a Tom Ford Bomber jacket in the Austria scenes in SPECTRE. The jacket is already selling out fast, but available at Tom Ford boutiques and online at Harrods.com for £1450 (currently sold out). UPDATE 13 AUGUST 2016: The Tom Ford Bomber jacket is now available in black at Harrods (£1499).
Tuxedo and suits:
Also by Tom Ford are the ivory coloured Windsor tuxedo jacket and tuxedo shirt, a polo shirt which will be seen in the Morocco / Tangier scenes, three different dress shirts including one with turnback cuffs, two formal coats (for Rome and London), four neckties, a bowtie and pocket square. Bond wears a blue windowpane O'Connor suit in the Mexico opening sequence, the O'Connor grey pinstripe suit in London and the O'Conner Small Check three piece suit in the final London sequence and a Tom Ford Windsor three-piece suit (Rome).
In London, when meeting M, Bond wears a Tom Ford Herringbone overcoat.
Bond also wears a pair of Tom Ford Henry sunglasses.
During filming near Whitehall in London in May 2015, Craig was spotted with a grey pin-stripe suit, white shirt, grey necktie and navy coat, which are all by Tom Ford. He was wearing a pair of Tom Ford Marko sunglasses (as seen in SkyFall) in between shoots, but these sunglasses are not seen in SPECTRE.
Tom Ford Snowdon sunglasses
Tom Ford announced that Bond wears Tom Ford Snowdon FT0237 sunglasses in SPECTRE. This is the third time Bond wears Tom Ford sunglasses (Tom Ford FT0108 in Quantum of Solace and Tom Ford Marko FT0144 in SkyFall).
The color of the glasses was said by some Tom Ford boutiques to be Shiny Black 05B, but it is actually the Havana 52N (see new image from Rankin's Behind The Scenes book below and the pair offered at the Christie's SPECTRE auction in February 2016).
You can find Snowdon sunglasses in the USA at SmartBuyGlasses ($227), Amazon.com or eBay.com (only buy from trusted sellers), or in the UK/EU on SmartBuyGlasses (£159) Amazon.co.uk (£128.00 - £216.90), UnitedShades.com (£140 / €198).
There are two sizes: 50 and 52, it is confirmed that Bond wears the smaller size 50.
The sunglasses are worn in the Rome scenes.
Tom Ford Henry Vintage Wayfarer 52A sunglasses
In one of the official promotional screenshots of SPECTRE we can see Bond wear another model Tom Ford sunglasses, the Tom Ford Henry Vintage Wayfarer FT0248 model in the color 52A. The frame is Dark Havana with dark metal nose bridge and edges around the lenses. These Tom Ford Henry glasses are available on Amazon.com ($314) or SmartBuyGlasses ($246). In the UK you can find them at SmartBuyGlasses (£172), Amazon.co.uk (£215 - £249) or Harrods (£251). In the EU you can purchase these frames at United Shades (€193). Madeleine Swann is wearing a pair of Persol sunglasses.
In one of the first set photos from a shoot on December 15th, when Bond is riding on a speedboat on the River Thames together with Bill Tanner (played by Rory Kinnear), we can see Bond wear a navy Tom Ford overcoat, navy scarf, and necktie which are probably Tom Ford. The blue dress shirt and black shoes are not yet identified. The grey trousers could be part of a Tom Ford suit.
Looking closely at the cuffs of the blue dress shirt, we can just see a pair of black round cufflinks with the initials "JB". The cufflinks seem to have the same design on both sides.
The cufflinks may have been made by Tom Ford, just like he did for SkyFall, when he created a very limited set of cufflinks featuring James Bond's family crest and motto "Orbis Non Sufficit". Those cufflinks were also black, round and double sided.
On some photos from the Mexico pre-title sequence it looks like Bond wears the same cufflinks, but this is not confirmed yet.
The black gloves don't seem to be from Dents (the gloves worn in SkyFall), but it was suggested these could be from Mulberry. Update: Mulberry has now mentioned that these gloves are the Mulberry Day Glove Black Deerskin with a retail price of £225 (thanks to Ian Darlington for the alert).
Crockett & Jones
Crockett & Jones confirmed (read full article) on September 14th that it has supplied James Bond with a selection of styles for 24th Bond film SPECTRE. The shoes include the Camberley in black calf, Alex in black calf, Northcote in black wax calf, Norwich in black calf, Radnor in black calf and Swansea in dark brown suede.
During the SPECTRE press announcement, Bond wore his personal Crockett & Jones Molton boots.
In the first photos of Bond on the boat on the river Thames (see images above) it looks like he wears black Crockett & Jones shoes.
Bond also wore Crockett & Jones shoes in SkyFall.
Sanders and Sanders Chukka Boot
It looks like Daniel Craig was wearing Sanders and Sanders Chukka Boots during the action scenes filmed near Westminster. These Sanders and Sanders Chukka boot are available on Mason & Sons in several colours.
The Sanders Chukka boot was made famous by Steve McQueen, the movie star and style icon that has inspired Daniel Craig in some of his personal clothing choices as well. The colour of the Chukka boot in the film looks like either Chocolate Suede or the slighly lighter Snuff Suede. Online store Private White VC has the Snuff Suede colour available, and Mason & Sons has both the Chocolate and Snuff version on Mason & Sons.
On the teaser poster released in March, Bond is wearing an N.Peal sweater that will almost certainly be seen in the film as well. Craig was wearing the same sweater in the scenes filmed near Westminster in May 2015, in combination with a John Varvatos Suede Racer Jacket and Sanders & Sanders Chukka boots.
The sweater is the N.Peal NPG-300 Fine Gauge Mock Turtle Neck in the colour Dark Charcoal Grey. The sweater is available on the N.Peal website.
Bond will also wear an N.Peal NPG-299B Cashmere Cable Roll Neck in Fumo Grey, during the meeting with Mr. White in the cabin in Austria. This sweater can be ordered now on the N.Peal website. He wears a Dior Homme jacket with the sweater, and yet unidentified trousers, beanie hat and Agnelle gloves.
In the trailer (at 1m27) and one of the new released stills (see image above) we can just spot Bond wearing another N.Peal sweater, confirmed by N.Peal to be the N.Peal Fine Gauge Mock Turtle Neck in Lapis Blue, also available on the N.Peal website. This is the sweater worn by Bond underneath his Tom Ford snow jacket, when he meets Madeleine Swann at the Höffler Klinik and later in the action scenes in Austria.
Dior Homme jacket
The blue peacoat style jacket with zipper and zipper at the sleeves worn by with the grey N.Peal Cable Roll Neck sweater is apparently a Dior Homme jacket from a few seasons ago (thanks to rstv and Steviekim at the AJB Forum for the ID). This jacket is currently impossible to find anywhere. The Bond Experience has found on of the 20 jackets ever made, watch the video here.
James Bond wears this blue jacket on the boat on the lake in Austria and when he meets Mr. White at the cabin in the mountains next to the lake.
Together with the N.Peal NPG-300 Fine Gauge Mock Turtle Neck, Daniel Craig wears a John Varvatos Suede Racer Jacket (thanks to Simon Ruzgar for the ID). The jacket features a two-way front zip closure, hand pockets and zip cuffs. This jacket has just been re-released, but most sizes are out of stock again.
In Esquire magazine, Daniel Craig is said to wear the same John Vavatos jacket in the photoshoot for the October issue of Esquire Magazine but although the jacket in that photoshoot is not the John Varvatos SPECTRE jacket, it shows that the John Varvatos marketing was already working towards the film.
Daniel Craig (left) wearing the John Varvatos jacket (product image on the right) over the N.Peal sweater in SPECTRE
In the same outfit, Craig wears Sanders Chukka Boots. The trousers are not yet identified.
Dents leather driving gloves
James Bond wears Dents Leather Driving gloves in SPECTRE in the Rome funeral scene, and possibly the last scene of the film. Read more here.
Both Daniel Craig and Dave Bautista wore Canada Goose jackets during the photocall in Austria and in between shots on set but these jackets are not seen in SPECTRE. Q wears a Canada Goose Como Parka the film itself.
Canada Goose Lodge Hoody (Daniel Craig)
Daniel Craig wearing a Canada Goose Lodge Hoody during the photocall in Sölden
Photo by Alexander Tuma
Daniel Craig is wearing a Canada Goose Lodge Hoody, (color seems to be either Spirit Blue or Pacific Blue), this jacket won't be seen in the film. Find this jacket on Aphrodite1994 (sold out, but available without hoody), Canada Goose, Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk.
Canada Goose Manitoba Jacket (Daniel Craig)
On other photos taken on January 9th and 10th, showing Daniel Craig and director Sam Mendes walking in the snow, Craig is wearing a Canada Goose Manitoba Jacket, (probably in the colour Navy, but could be Graphite). The same jacket was worn in London during some shoots in May.
Canada Goose Constable Parka (Dave Bautista)
Dave Bautista wearing a Canada Goose Parka during the photocall in Sölden
Photo by Alexander Tuma
Canada Goose Como Parka (Q)
In the final film there is one Canada Goose jacket: Q's jacket in Austria is a Canada Goose Como Parka (read more).
Austria action outfit
On photos released by the Daily Mail and Bond Bulletin, Bond can be seen crashing an airplane and running with a weapon in his hand. The outfit is navy Tom Ford trousers, black Agnelle gloves, and a ribbed Tom Ford jacket with N.Peal turtleneck sweater.
The jacket is a Tom Ford Bomber jacket and already selling out fast, but available at Tom Ford boutiques and online at Harrods.com for £1450 (currently sold out). UPDATE 13 AUGUST 2016: The Tom Ford Bomber jacket is now available in black at Harrods (£1499).
A watch or other device can be spotted on the wrist of Bond and he's holding what looks like a Walther PPX, Heckler & Koch, Glock or similar gun. The sunglasses in the pictures are only worn in between takes and will not be seen in the film, although he will wear Vuarnet goggles in the film as can be seen in the first official SPECTRE image below:
First official SPECTRE photo released on 12 February 2014
photo © MGM, Danjaq
More details can be spotted on this official promotional photo.
When looking closely, an Omega NATO strap can be spotted on Bond's (Omega) watch! This is very cool, adding to Bond's retro look of his slim fit snow outfit.
Bond wears (vintage style) snow goggles / sunglasses, which suggested by Kittlemeier earlier this year, look a lot like vintage Px Vuarnet model 027 glacier goggles/glasses. It was confirmed on 3 July 2015 on Bloomberg (thanks to TJBD for the link) that these are indeed Vuarnet 027 sunglasses. Vuarnet has just released a similar pair called the Vuarnet Glacier. The Glacier ($600 or €420) is the modern version of the ones worn by Bond: the Glacier is missing the leather protection on the nose bridge and the logo is not white as the ones from Bond and the frame is also slightly different.
A vintage pair of RX Vuarnet 027 sunglasses
Thanks to Andrea Mattiazzo for the photo
The gloves are Agnelle leather gloves, read more here.
An earlier spy shot of the boots:
The boots are Danner Mountain Light II 5 Black boots (the same brand but different model boots he wore at the photocall) and they have black anti-slip grips or ice cleats with steel spikes (the rubber with yellow circles and metal spikes) although these are not seen in the film.
Brunello Cucinelli Bag
When Bond first arrives at the Höffler Klinik in Austria, he carries a Brunello Cucinelli bag, read more here.
Sunspel announced that it has provided underwear (Stretch Brief, Stretch Boxer Brief and Riviera Crew Neck T-Shirt) to Daniel Craig to wear in SPECTRE. If these products will actually make it in to the final film is not yet known.
Read more about the Sunspel announcement in this news article.
Globe-Trotter announced a SPECTRE range of suitcases and leather goods (read more). If any of the Globe-Trotter products will be seen in SPECTRE is not yet officially announced, but it is very likely that the brown suitcase, seen on one of the recent promotional images, is a Globe-Trotter case.
James Bond and Madeleine Swann in SPECTRE. Bond's case looks like a Globe-Trotter Original Brown suitcase.
On the same image (see above), Mr. Hinx is wearing a soon to be launched Matchless jacket, according to Matchless.
Matchless suede jacket
Matchless revealed in September that James Bond himself wears a suede Matchless jacket in Morocco, in the first scenes when he arrives in Morocco and later again in one of the train scenes. Read more about that jacket here.
Rome Funeral Outfit
In a funeral scene filmed in Rome on February 19th (see photos on ComingSoon.net), Bond wears a long black double-brested coat (probably Tom Ford), Omega Seamaster 300 watch with grey/black NATO strap, Crockett & Jones Camberley in black, Dents black leather driving gloves, Tom Ford Snowdon sunglasses, black tie, white shirt with turnback cuffs and collar pin.
The sunglasses are now confirmed by Tom Ford to be Tom Ford Snowdon FT0237 sunglasses, a model already worn by Daniel Craig in his private life. The color of the sunglasses is said to be Shiny Black (05B) although now also claimed to be Havana (52N). Read more about the glasses here.
More photos and details can be seen in these photos on Daily Mail.
Monica Bellucci is wearing black Christian Louboutin Bianca suede knee-high boots (note the red sole), knee-length black dress and black jacket and hat.
The Aston Martin DB10 was also spotted on this location on February 19th.
Rome Chase Outfit
During a chase between the Jaguar C-X75 and Bond in the Aston Martin DB10 in Rome, Bond will wear the same outfit as in the funeral scene. In new photos from the set we can see many new details. James Bond wears a Tom Ford navy three-piece Windsor suit. The jacket has peak lapels, double pockets and one vent in the back. The white shirt has a collar pin and turnback cuffs (thanks to Suits of James Bond for spotting that, read a detailed description of the suit on TheSuitsOfJamesBond.com).
Daniel Craig is wearing a navy Tom Ford O'Conner Windowpane suit and tie, black leather Crockett & Jones Norwich shoes and holds an automatic weapon while performing some action scenes on the balcony of a building, while being supported by a safety harness. It looks like he wears a watch with steel band, an Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Master Co-Axial, (later in the film he wears the Omega Seamaster 300 SPECTRE with NATO strap.
Black round cufflinks can be spotted on the white dress shirt, which might be the same JB cufflinks seen on Bond in London.
Q wears a Missoni striped sweater in SPECTRE (thanks to sruzgar for the ID). The price of this sweater from the 2014 collection was $1200, but is currently hard to find.
Clarks Nanu Rise GTX
Q will wear Clarks Nanu Rise GTX shoes (colour: Chestnut brown) in SPECTRE (thanks to Stirling for the ID). These shoes are not produced anymore, and can't be found online at the moment. (note that the Clarks Nanu Hike GTX ("Hike" instead of "Rise") is a similar model, but not same the shoe worn by Q. Q wears the "Rise" model).
Canada Goose Como Parka
Q (Ben Whishaw) wears a Canada Goose Como Parka in SPECTRE (see image above). Thanks to Frederic for the ID.
Univo 5 C1 eyeglasses
Q's eyeglasses in SPECTRE are Univo 5 C1, the same model as seen in SkyFall. Read more here.
Barbour x Land Rover briefcase
With the Clarks / Missoni / Canada Goose outfit, Q (Ben Whishaw) carries a Barbour x Land Rover Briefcase bag, read more here.
Billy Reid Astor
Q (Ben Whishaw) wears a Billy Reid jacket in the movie SPECTRE. Q's jacket is the Billy Reid Astor wool-blended tweed coat. The Astor jacket can now be ordered on the Billy Reid website. Thanks to The Bond Experience and sruzgar for the ID.
Paul & Joe
With the Billy Reid jacket, Q (Ben Whishaw) wears a Paul & Joe sweater in the movie SPECTRE, read more here.
Kenzo Graphic Trees shirt
With the Billy Reid jacket, Q (Ben Whishaw) wears a Paul & Joe sweater in the movie SPECTRE, read more here.
Ghost Hollywood Salma dress
Dr. Madeleine Swann will wear a Ghost Hollywood Salma dress, colour
Silver Satin update: Dusty Green (according to Ghost), in SPECTRE (thanks to lilusako and The Bond Experience for the ID). This dress is available for £225 at JohnLewis.co.uk or on Ghost.co.uk. The dress can be spotted in the trailer and one of the new stills when we see Swann in the restaurant car of the train. The colour sometimes looks green, and sometimes blue, but according to new information from Ghost the colour is Dusty Green. You can change your order to the new colour if you already ordered a Silver Lake version, just contact Ghost customer service.
Madeleine Swann wears David Deyong earrings with this dress (read more)
David Deyong Earrings
In one of the official promotional screenshots of SPECTRE we can see Madeleine Swann wearing a pair of Persol sunglasses, which is probably the Persol PO3092SM, in Havana with grey/green lenses (9015/31), available on FramesDirect, Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk.
In the Oberhauser lair scenes in the Morocco Sahara desert, Madeleine Swann wears a blue Lover Venus dress, read more here.
Update 26 december 2015: this dress is now available again!
Together with the Lover Venus dress mentioned above, Madeleine Swann wears Jimmy Choo Ivette shoes in the color Nude Patent, in Oberhauser's lair.
She also wears these shoes, but in the colour Champagne Glitter, with the Ghost Salma dress in the train scene.
Theory Lanai Blazer
In Austria, Madeleine Swann wears a grey Theory Lanai Blazer.
Carvela Kurt Geiger Sammy sandals
In the Morocco desert scene, Madeleine Swann wears Carvela Kurt Geiger Sammy High Heel Sandals.
Another official partner is Sony Electronics and Sony Mobile. As noted by Hart008 via contactform and a comment from Sam below, we probably won't be seeing any Sony VAIO computers in SPECTRE, since Sony announced in 2014 that it will sell its PC business and focus on mobile devices. It is likely we will see James Bond using another Sony Xperia mobile phone and maybe an Xperia Tablet and if Sony wants to put all their mobile devices in the film, maybe even a smart watch (probabaly not worn by Bond though, as he will wear Omega). Other possible electronics might include Sony cameras and Sony TVs.
Sony Xperia Z5 'Made for Bond' Edition
On 14 september, the Sony 'Made for Bond' campaign was released, starring Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, finding Bond's phone, which in the commercial is a Sony Xperia Z5. If Bond will actually use a Sony Xperia Z5 in SPECTRE is not yet confirmed but it is very likely. A Sony Xperia Z5 Made for Bond edition will be exclusively available via Vodafone in the UK from 5 October 2015.
Sony RX100 IV camera
Another possible product placement is the Sony RX100 IV camera, which also can be seen in the 'Made for Bond' commercial. The camera is not seen in the SPECTRE movie itself.
Moneypenny uses a Sony RX100 IV in the Sony Made for Bond commercial
Moneypenny Blue outfit
Naomie Harris wore a blue outfit (not yet identified) during SPECTRE shoots on 30 May 2015 near Whitehall.
Andrew Scott revealed in a GQ Interview that his character ("Denbigh, a member of Whitehall") in SPECTRE will wear Burberry. Maybe we will see him in a Burberry trench-coat, the item the brand is most famous for, but it could be another piece of clothing.
Naomie Harris wears a Burberry Cotton Poplin Trench jacket in a Sony's 'Made for Bond' commercial (read more about this campaign here), in which she plays Moneypenny. If Moneypenny wears Burberry in SPECTRE as well is not confirmed.
Eve Moneypenny (Naomie Harris) wears a Burberry Cotton Poplin Trench jacket in Sony's 'Made For Bond' commercial
Arsenal Firearms AF2011 Dueller Prismatic
Mr. Hinx (played by Dave Bautista) will be using a Arsenal Firearms AF2011 Dueller Prismatic. This gun has a double barrel. The weapon can be spotted in the Mr. Hinx image released by Empire magazine on February 26th, and also in the Behind The Scenes video released on the same day.
Matchless Hinx coat
Franz Oberhauser, played by Christoph Waltz, wears a pair of Prada PR03RS sunglasses during the funeral scene in SPECTRE, read more about the sunglasses here.
Oberhauser also wears Prada Suede shoes at the end of the film.
Aston Martin DB10
The Aston Martin DB10, Bond's car in SPECTRE, was revealed during the SPECTRE announcement in December 2014. This brand new Aston Martin model is exclusively made for the film and only 10 cars will be built for the film. The car will be driven by James Bond and will almost certainly feature several exciting gadgets.
The license plate of the Aston Martin on the sets reads DB10 AGB, but it's not certain that this will be the same in the film.
See video footage of the Aston in the chase here.
Source: SPECTRE press announcement, Aston Martin
On February 9th, Jaguar confirmed that a Jaguar C-X75 will feature in SPECTRE as a villain's car, driven by mr. hinx (played by Dave Bautista). The car was already spotted in Rome, where a chase was filmed between the Jaguar and Bond's Aston Martin DB10 (see photos on the Daily Mail and the official video blog with spectacular footage here).
Official press photo Jaguar C-X75 SPECTRE.
The choice for a Jaguar is a logical one as Le Chiffre and Mr. White in Casino Royale and Dominic Greene in Quantum of Solace all drove Jaguars. Currently Jaguar runs an advertising campaign with the tagline "It's Good To Be Bad", which ties in perfectly with a Bond villain-owned Jaguar. The choice for a C-X75 is also an odd one though, because this car was a prototype and never made it to production. But since Bond's Aston Martin DB10 in the movie is also more like a prototype and not a production model (yet), it would be an equal opponent. The C-X75 will be powered by an F-type sourced 5-litre V8 as opposed to the concept car's original four-pot hybrid powertrain. Read more about the Jaguar C-X75 announcement. See video footage of the Jaguar in the chase with the Aston Martin here.
Source: Jaguar Land Rover
During filming in May 2015, M and Bond were spotted in a black Jaguar XJ, the 2005 model, which is M's car in the film.
During filming in London on 7 June 2015, Christoph Waltz was spotted getting in and out of a dark green Rolls-Royce Phantom, going to or coming from his Aerospatiale helicopter which was also on set. The car is not visible in the final film.
Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith
In a shot in the music video Writing's On The Wall, we can see a vintage red and black Rolls-Royce driving through the desert. This might be another Rolls from Franz Oberhauser (Christoph Waltz). It is a Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith from 1948 (as Bond mentions in the film), in two-tone (burgundy red and black).
A Rolls-Royce driving through the (Moroccan?) desert. Oberhauser's car.
Range Rover Sport
Just as in Quantum of Solace and SkyFall, Range Rovers will also be used in SPECTRE. Land Rover Jaguar announced that a Range Rover Sport SVR will be seen in the film, driven by a villain or henchman. The car is used in the scenes filmed in Austria as can be seen in the Behind The Scenes video.
Official promotional photo of the heavily modified Range Rover Sport SVR that will be seen in SPECTRE
The SVR is an extremely powerful and fast version of the 'regular' Sport model. Read more about the SVR.
Several Range Rovers that were to appear in SPECTRE were stolen in December from a garage in Germany. The cars included five Range Rover Sport models and had been specially customised for the Bond film. The cars were going to be used in sequences filmed in the Austrian Alps.
Range Rover New Discovery
In scenes filmed in London in May 2015, a grey Range Rover New Discovery was spotted with and without camera rig mounted on top so we can assume that it will make an appearance in the film.
Source: Jaguar Land Rover
Land Rover Defender
Several black Land Rover Defenders with extra spotlights on the roof and extra large (snow) tyres will be used in the scenes filmed in Sölden and Obertilliach, Austria.
Official promotional photo for the SPECTRE Defender Big Foot
On February 9th 2015, Jaguar Land Rover official confirmed that the Land Rover Defender 'Big Foot' will be seen in SPECTRE (read the announcement). In the first behind the scenes footage, we can see two Big Foots and a Range Rover speeding through the snow.
A Defender Double Cab was seen in SkyFall, when Eve Moneypenny drove the car in Turkey.
Britten-Norman BN-2 Defender
In the Austria scenes, James Bond will fly (and crash) a Britten-Norman BN-2 Defender airplane. The exact model variant of the plane is not yet identified yet. The plane is black or navy and the registration number is "OE-FZO" (thanks to Ian for the alert) as can be seen in this video. This model is made by British company and in real life the aircraft is also used by the British Army and Police forces in the United Kingdom, so it would make sense if the plane in the story is property of MI6. But it is also possible that Bond takes control of an enemy plane, so we will have to wait and see.
Aérospatiale SA 365 N2 Dauphin 2
The helicopter used during filming on the Thames, on Sunday 17 May 2015, identification number G-LCPL, is an Aerospatiale SA 365 N2 Dauphin 2 (thanks to Gijs-Jan Laan for the ID).
The Aerospatiale helicopter is probably owned by a villain in SPECTRE. Interestingly enough the exact same helicopter, G-LCPL, can be spotted in a recent Jaguar "It's Good To Be Bad" commercial.
MBB Bo105 Helicopter
In Mexico, a fight takes place between James Bond and assassin Sciara inside a green MBB Bo105 Helicopter (thanks to Gijs-Jan Laan for the ID). The Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm Bo 105 is a light, twin-engine, multi-purpose helicopter developed by Bölkow of Ottobrunn, Germany. The same type of helicopter was also used in the pre-title sequence for A View To A Kill (thanks to Robert Scheidemann for the tip).
MiG 21 & MiG 23
This is really only a rumour based on one tweet, but according to the tweet former Hungarian Air Force MiG-21 & MiG-23 were mocked up as US Air Force aircraft for the filming of new James Bond SPECTRE.
Source: Joseph Dempsey thanks to Frank Anderson for the alert
The collaboration between Bond and Bollinger is being continued, Champagne Bollinger is mentioned in the SPECTRE press release as a promotional partner of SPECTRE.
To celebrate the release of the new James Bond film, Champagne Bollinger announced that it is launching a Bollinger SPECTRE Limited Edition bottle and a very limited SPECTRE Crystal Set with Bollinger R.D. 1988 Magnum. It was also announced that in the movie SPECTRE we will see the exclusive prestige cuvée Bollinger R.D. 2002.
Read more about the Bollinger limited edition bottles here.
Source: SPECTRE press announcement, Bollinger
On December 16th 2014, it was announced that Belvedere Vodka is a partner of SPECTRE. Belvedere will promote the film and the vodka in their new "Excellent Choice, Mr. Bond" advertising campaign. It is likely that James Bond will drink a "shaken, not stirred" martini, created with Belvedere vodka in SPECTRE, but if the brand and bottle will be mentioned by name or be visible in the film is not yet known. Two Limited Edition Belvedere 007 bottles were released to celebrate the announcement of the partnership and more merchandise items might follow.
In September 2015 the first limited edition 007 bottles are available for sale, and an advertising campaign was launched starring Bond Girl Stephanie Sigman.
The Belvedere 007 SPECTRE special edition bottle features the iconic gun barrel and 007 gun logo. Available from September at retailers around the world, the collector's item will be released in 70cl, 75cl, 1L and 1.75L Magnum (illuminating bottle). The first online to store to offer the 70cl (£29.95) and 1.75L illuminating bottle (£94.95) versions in the United Kingdom is 31DOVER.com (UK only, next day delivery). You might be able to find the Belvedere 007 bottles in a retailer near you, and more online stores will offer the bottles soon as well.
Source: Belvedere Vodka
The Macallan Whisky
The collaboration between Bond and The Macallan is also being continued. In SkyFall, Bond drank The Macallan at multiple occasions, and in the SPECTRE teaser trailer (and the final film) we can just see a The Macallan 18 Year Old on Bond's table at his new apartment.
The collaboration between Bond and Heineken is also being continued. After being a partner of the 007 franchise for many films, Heineken beer finally is consumed by Bond himself In SkyFall (2012), and in the 2015 movie SPECTRE, James Bond once again drinks Heineken. The bottle can clearly be spotted in the hotel room at Hotel L'Americain in Tangier, Morocco, and Bond even uses the beer to discover a secret.
In a movie still released in August 2015, we can see a wine bottle which is Château Angélus Premier Grand Cru Classé Saint-Émilion, the same wine that James Bond and Vesper shared in the train scene in Casino Royale.
The bottle is sitting on a table of some extras. The main characters Bond and Madeline Swann don't drink Château Angélus in SPECTRE.
Interstuhl KINETICis5 and MOVYis3 chairs
The futuristic lair of Franz Oberhauser in the Moroccan desert in SPECTRE features several Interstuhl chairs, read more here.
The chairs at the SPECTRE meeting in the movie SPECTRE are made by British bespoke furniture company Tudor Oak, read more here.
SPECTRE filming locations include United Kingdom (London, Pinewood Studios), Austria (Sölden, Obertilliach, Lake Altaussee), Mexico (Mexico City), Morocco (Tangier, Erfoud) and Italy (Rome).
Sölden, Lake Altaussee and Obertilliach, Austria
A major scene in SPECTRE is filmed in Austria, specifically the towns of Sölden and Obertilliach, which might mean that Bond will once again stand on skis or use a skidoo. Daniel Craig hasn't been seen on skis yet in his Bond films. One of the locations is the ICE Q Restaurant in Sölden, a new restaurant on top of a mountain, slightly reminiscent of Piz Gloria, the famous Swiss location in On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
If the scene will actually take place in Austria, or if the location doubles for a location in another country is not yet known.
Estimated filming days for SPECTRE in Sölden are:
10 - 12 Dec. 2014: Road up at the Glacier, road tunnel at the Glacier
07 - 10 Jan. 2015: 3S Cable Car and ICE Q Restaurant
12 - 13 Jan. 2015: Road up at the Glacier, road tunnel at the Glacier
09 - 17 Feb. 2015: Road up at the Glacier, road tunnel at the Glacier
On January 7th, 2015, the official beginning of filming in Sölden, actors Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux and Dave Bautista posed on the peak of Gaislachkogl, near the ICE Q restaurant. See the photos and see which clothes they are wearing in this article. It is not likely that any of these clothes will be seen in the film, but it's possible.
In the small town of Obertilliach, near the Italian border, some filming for SPECTRE already took place with an airplane and a skidoo, and stunt tests with a crashing Land Rover. Earlier some temporary buildings were already built just for the movie, which will be used for filming in 2015.
London, United Kingdom
On 15 December 2014, Daniel Craig was spotted filming some scenes in London. Daniel Craig as James Bond and Rory Kinnear (who plays MI6 Chief of Staff Bill Tanner) were riding on a speedboat on the river Thames, and in the Regent's Canal near Camden Lock.
In the scene, Bond is wearing a navy coat, navy scarf, a light blue dress shirt, grey trousers, black leather shoes, black leather gloves.
Some of the shots seemed to take place in front of the MI6 Headquarters, used since the movie GoldenEye, suggesting that the building will make some kind of appearance in SPECTRE, even though it was partly blown up in SkyFall. The use of the MI6 building on the Belvedere Limited Edition MI6 bottle also hints at this.
Source: Daily Mail
Thames River and Westminster Bridge
The Thames River and MI6 Building are once again seen in another scene in the film. Filming on the Thames, between Vauxhall Bridge and Westminster Bridge, took place on Sunday 17 May 2015 and 24 May. More filming will take place on Westminster Bridge in June 2015, indicating that something will happen on or around this bridge in the film.
Another location in SPECTRE is what could be Bond's own apartment. On the evening of 15 December 2014, the same day that the filming on the Thames took place, the SPECTRE film crew was spotted filming a night scene with Miss Moneypenny (played by Naomie Harris) on a street in London and Bond (Daniel Craig) looking down in an apartment.
The address of Bond's apartment is 1 Stanley Gardens (Bond's balcony looks out on Stanley Crescent) in Notting Hill. Bond is wearing a striped dressing gown, while looking down from the apartment onto the street, while Moneypenny is wearing a blue coat, blue dress and blue shoes.
In the apartment we might see the book "Birds of the West Indies". We can see the book on a promotional teaser image from SPECTRE, which is taken in the apartment (or a studio made too look like the apartment). This is a real book written by James Bond. Ian Fleming knew this book well and took the name of his spy hero from this book. Another edition of the same book can be seen in Die Another Day (2002). The version seen in SPECTRE is from the 1960s, the exact same edition/cover as the book seen in the 1989 tv film GoldenEye, a movie about Ian Fleming.
Royal Doulton Jack Bulldog
Having survived the explosion in SkyFall, Jack the Bulldog is back, in SPECTR, and we can see it on the coffee table in Bond's apartment.
A special SPECTRE edition of the bulldog statue is now available at Royal Doulton:
The Royal Doulton Bulldog "Jack" figurine is prominently seen on the desk of M in SkyFall. After the attack on MI6, one of the few things that survives is the Royal Doulton figurine. It was damaged, but the pieces were glued together and once more it stands proudly on M's new desk. M bequeathes the statue to Bond, who didnt particularly like the statue, after her tragic death.
A special SkyFall edition of the Jack bulldog was released in 2012, which was very popular and sold out quickly, even after several re-releases in 2013 and 2014.
To celebrate the appearance of the statue in SPECTRE, Royal Doulton has released a new version of the Jack, this time with a 'restored after explosion' look.
The statue comes in a SPECTRE packaging and has the SPECTRE logo printed at the bottom.
London City Hall
In April 2015, SPECTRE filming took place in London's City Hall.
City Hall is the headquarters of the Greater London Authority, which comprises the Mayor of London and the London Assembly. It is located in Southwark, on the south bank of the River Thames near Tower Bridge. It was designed by Norman Foster and opened in July 2002, two years after the Greater London Authority was created.
The building is famous for its unique design and impressive staircase.
How the City Hall building will be used in SPECTRE is not yet known, but looking at the clapperboard image an interior scene featuring the staircase is to be expected.
Blenheim Palace, UK
Early February 2015, SPECTRE filming takes place in front of Blenheim Palace, one of the largest stately homes in the UK. Dozens of expensive cars (including a Porsche 911 Turbo S, Audi R8, Rolls Royce, Bentley, even a rare Bugatti EB110 parked next to the Jaguar C-X75 and several Aston Martins and Ferraris) were parked in front of the Palace, indicating some high end party, meeting or gathering. This is a beautiful place for Bond to arrive in his Aston Martin DB10 and one of the villains in the Jaguar C-X75. The Aston Martin was spotted filming an action scene on the location (see video on YouTube and spectacular footage of the chase in this video blog), and the Jaguar was seen parked next to a Bugatti EB110 in the parking lot where the luxury cars are parked.
The location is doubling for a location in or near Rome, as some of the cars have Italian (Roman) license plates.
A partly covered up 2015 model of the Jaguar XJ was also spotted, this could either be the car of just one of the guests, but it could also indicate a visit of M who drove an XJ-L in SkyFall.
In Rome, filming will take place between 19 February and 12 March 2015.
On February 18th, Daniel Craig and Bond Girl Monica Bellucci attended a photocall at the Campidoglio in Rome where they met with Ignazio Marino, the mayor of Rome.
On February 19th, filming started at Museo della Civilta Romana, with Daniel Craig and Monica Bellucci.
Museo della Civilta Romana
Rome Car Chase
In February 2015 it was officially revealed in a Jaguar Land Rover press release that a Jaguar C-X75 will feature in a spectacular car chase sequence through Rome alongside the Aston Martin DB10. According to first reports, a Fiat 500 might also be used. The Fiat 500 currently comes in many variations but it might be a classic 500 from the 1960s.
Rome locations will include the Ponte Sisto bridge, where preparations for filming took place on February 20th, and roads near the Colosseum and the Roman Forum.
Source: Jaguar Land Rover
In Mexico, filming will take place after 16 March 2015, reportedly from 20-24 March in Mexico City. In February a large number of extras is being cast (read more on this Facebook page).
Filming scenes for the SPECTRE pre-title sequence has started this week in Mexico. Locations in Mexico City will include Plaza Tolsá, Allende Metro Station, Tacuba Street from 21 - 24 March, and Zócalo, the main square in the city, also known as Plaza de la Constitución, from 25 - 31 March. See a map of the closed roads on CNN Mexico.
More image sof Daniel Craig walking through a street where a massive explosion just took place can be seen on Daily Mail.
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