A few days ago, the first full trailer for the next James Bond film, Spectre, which debuts November 6th. The film stars Daniel Craig (Casino Royale, Skyfall) as he returns as the iconic James Bond, who works to discover an evil organization. While M (Ralph Fiennes) attempts to keep MI6 alive, Bond uncovers SPECTRE, and its evil leader Franz Oberhauser (Christoph Waltz). To start, this trailer has gotten mixed reactions. To start, I am SO excited for Spectre, despite not liking Skyfall. This film seems to have an even grittier edge than Casino Royale and Skyfall, which seems cool, and seems to be more of a detective thriller than the other Daniel Craig Bond films, which were loaded with action. However, the trailer did not show much fighting, which makes me worried that the film could get slow and slightly dull. Christoph Waltz (Inglourious Basterds, Django Unchained) seems like he's killing it as the villain, however, and a possible twist where Waltz turns into the evil Ernest Stavro Blofeld could be amazing! I love the early Bond films where SPECTRE is dealt with (Dr. No, From Russia with Love, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Diamonds Are Forever), and so I think it is super cool that Sam Mendes and the Bond franchise is going back to its roots. However, could Bond be a really great detective movie? We've never really seen it before, but this is what it seems the direction the new Bond film is going in. Are you excited about this new direction? Comment below and make sure to voice your opinion on the trailer!