First, we gave you the official movie poster. And now, we give you the exclusive look at the first 'Skyfall' trailer!
Officially revealed on Tuesday (22.05.2012) morning exclusively for Yahoo! Malaysia, this is the first proper footage from the much-anticipated 23rd James Bond movie, and the 1-minute-15-second heart-pounding trailer gives an indication of the film's moody visual style.
The trailer opens with Agent 007 (Daniel Craig reprises his role as the suave spy) being interrogated while M, played by Judi Dench and Ralph Fiennes' mysterious Gareth Mallory look on.
When the still-mysterious 'Skyfall' of the title is mentioned, we cut to a series of rather exciting action shots, including a shoot-out in Hong Kong, car explosion scenes and a spectacular train crash.
First look at the official 'Skyfall' movie poster
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While the major storyline still remains as a mystery, the synopsis for 'Skyfall' reveals that Bond’s loyalty to M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her. As MI6 comes under attack, he must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.
'Skyfall' opens in Malaysian cinemas on 1 November 2012, but in the meantime, watch the exclusive trailer below:
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EXCLUSIVE: First 'Skyfall' trailer revealedBy Nicholas C. | Yahoo Newsroom – Mon, May 21, 2012 7:58 PM SGT
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