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It is the final James Bond film to be distributed theatrically by Sony Pictures Releasing, as Universal Pictures will internationally distribute the next film in the series, No Time to Die. The story sees Bond pitted against the global criminal organisation Spectre and their enigmatic leader Ernst Stavro Blofeld Christoph Waltz , who plans to launch a national surveillance network to mastermind criminal activities across the globe. The film marks Spectre and Blofeld's first appearance in an Eon Productions film since 's Diamonds Are Forever ; [N 2] a character resembling Blofeld had previously appeared in the film, For Your Eyes Only , but, because of the Thunderball controversy , he is not named, nor is his face shown. Madeleine Swann, Dave Bautista as Mr. The action scenes prioritised practical effects and stunts, while employing computer-generated imagery made by five different companies. It was released in the United States on 6 November. Spectre received mixed reviews from critics who praised the film's action sequences, cinematography, acting and musical score, though some criticism was aimed at the excessive runtime, screenplay and pacing. The next film in the series, No Time to Die , is to be released in November , with Craig reprising his role for the final time and Cary Joji Fukunaga directing. A posthumous message from the previous M leads MI6 agent James Bond to carry out an unauthorised mission in Mexico City on the Day of the Dead , where he stops a terrorist bombing plot. Bond kills Marco Sciarra, the terrorist leader, and takes his ring, which is emblazoned with a stylised octopus.
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Led by criminal mastermind Ernst Stavro Blofeld , the international organisation first formally appeared in the novel Thunderball and in the film Dr. No SPECTRE is not aligned to any nation or political ideology, enabling the later Bond books and Bond films to be regarded as somewhat apolitical, though the presence of former Gestapo members in the organisation are a clear sign of Fleming's warning of Nazi fugitives after the Second World War first detailed in the novel Moonraker When Fleming was writing the novel in , he believed that the Cold War might end during the two years it would take to produce the film, and came to the conclusion that the inclusion of a contemporary political villain would leave the film looking dated; he therefore thought it better to create a politically neutral enemy for Bond. The strict codes of loyalty and silence, and the hard retributions that followed violations, were hallmarks of American gangster rings, the Italian Mafia, the Unione Corse, the Chinese Tongs and Triads and the Japanese Yakuza and Black Dragon Society. The organisation is next mentioned in the tenth novel, The Spy Who Loved Me , when Bond describes investigating their activities in Toronto before the story begins, though they play no part in the story itself. The organisation's third appearance is in the eleventh novel, On Her Majesty's Secret Service where Blofeld, hired by an unnamed country or party—though the Soviet Union is implied—is executing a plan to ruin British agriculture with biological warfare. By this point, the organisation has largely been shut down, and what remains is focused on maintaining Blofeld's alias as Dr. Guntram von Shatterhand and his compound in Japan. In the films, the organisation often acts as a third party in the ongoing Cold War.

Led by criminal mastermind Ernst Stavro Blofeld , the international organisation first formally appeared in the novel Thunderball and in the film Dr. No SPECTRE is not aligned to any nation or political ideology, enabling the later Bond books and Bond films to be regarded as somewhat apolitical, though the presence of former Gestapo members in the organisation are a clear sign of Fleming's warning of Nazi fugitives after the Second World War first detailed in the novel Moonraker When Fleming was writing the novel in , he believed that the Cold War might end during the two years it would take to produce the film, and came to the conclusion that the inclusion of a contemporary political villain would leave the film looking dated; he therefore thought it better to create a politically neutral enemy for Bond.

The strict codes of loyalty and silence, and the hard retributions that followed violations, were hallmarks of American gangster rings, the Italian Mafia, the Unione Corse, the Chinese Tongs and Triads and the Japanese Yakuza and Black Dragon Society.

The organisation is next mentioned in the tenth novel, The Spy Who Loved Me , when Bond describes investigating their activities in Toronto before the story begins, though they play no part in the story itself. The organisation's third appearance is in the eleventh novel, On Her Majesty's Secret Service where Blofeld, hired by an unnamed country or party—though the Soviet Union is implied—is executing a plan to ruin British agriculture with biological warfare. By this point, the organisation has largely been shut down, and what remains is focused on maintaining Blofeld's alias as Dr.

Guntram von Shatterhand and his compound in Japan. In the films, the organisation often acts as a third party in the ongoing Cold War. Their objectives have variously ranged from supporting Dr. Julius No in sabotaging American rocket launches, holding the world to ransom, and demanding clemency from governments for their previous crimes.

The goal of world domination was only ever stated in You Only Live Twice , and SPECTRE was working not for itself but on behalf of an unnamed Asian government whose two representatives Blofeld speaks to during the film; this is strongly implied to be Red China , who earlier backed Auric Goldfinger in the film of the same name.

Blofeld notes that one fish is refraining from fighting two others until their fight is concluded. Then, that cunning fish attacks the weakened victor and kills it easily. Thus SPECTRE's main strategy is to instigate conflict between two powerful enemies, namely the superpowers , hoping that they will exhaust themselves and be vulnerable when it seizes power.

For example, in the film Thunderball , it simultaneously blackmails a Japanese double agent , distributes Red Chinese narcotics in the United States, kills a defector to the USSR on behalf of the French Foreign Ministry , and threatens NATO with stolen nuclear weapons, while continuing ordinary criminal operations such as advising on the British Great Train Robbery.

In both the film and the novel Thunderball , the physical headquarters of the organisation are laid in Paris, operating behind a front organisation aiding refugees named "Firco" in the novels and "International Brotherhood for the Assistance of Stateless Persons'" in the films.

Organisational discipline is notoriously draconian , with the penalty for disobedience or failure being death. Furthermore, to heighten the impact of the executions, Blofeld has been known to focus attention on an innocent member, making it appear his death is imminent, only to suddenly strike down the actual target when that person is off guard.

In both the films and the novels, Emilio Largo is the second in command. It is stated in the novel that if something were to happen to Blofeld, Largo would assume command. Largo appears in the novel Thunderball , the film version and its remake, Never Say Never Again , where he is renamed Maximilian Largo and is said to be Romanian rather than Italian. Blofeld was the chairman and leader because he founded the organisation, and Largo was elected by the cabinet to be second in command.

A physicist named Kotze who later defected and an electronics expert named Maslov were also included in the group for their expertise on scientific and technical matters. Members are typically referred to by number rather than by name. In the novels, the numbers of members were initially assigned at random and then rotated up by two digits on a once-a-month basis to prevent detection; for example, if a SPECTRE operative is titled "Number 1" in the present month, the security system will designate them "Number 3" in the next month, "Number 5" in the following month and so forth.

However, in the EON films the number indicates rank within the organisation: Blofeld is always referred to as "Number 1" and Emilio Largo, in Thunderball , is "Number 2". This particular example of numbering is perhaps deliberately borrowed from revolutionary organisations, wherein members exist in cells, and are numerically defined to prevent identification and cross-betrayal of aims.

By deliberately drawing attention away from the true leader of the organisation, he is protected by masquerading as a target of lower importance, and the structure of the organisation is also obscured from intelligence services.

Members who fail missions are immediately executed, usually in gory and spectacular ways. In the novel, Blofeld electrocutes one member in his chair for sexually molesting a girl who had been kidnapped by the organization; he had previously strangled a second to death with a garrote and shot a third through the heart with a compressed-air pistol.

The merciless killing of assistant Helga Brandt in You Only Live Twice , for failing to kill James Bond, horrifies even visiting Red Chinese agents; she is thrown into Blofeld's piranhas pool and dies in terror as she is eaten.

The organisation is first mentioned in Dr. No as the organisation for which Dr. No works, though the main villain organisation is No's personal army. This was changed from Fleming's novels, which had Dr. No working for the USSR. The film adaptation of From Russia with Love also features the first on-screen appearance of Blofeld, although he is only identified by name in the closing credits of the film and his face is not seen at all.

After being absent from the third film, Goldfinger , SPECTRE returns in the fourth film, Thunderball , which closely mirrors the events of the novel, and subsequently is featured in the following films. During the events of the fifth film, You Only Live Twice , they attempt to incite a war between the nuclear powers, the United States and Soviet Union.

In film number six, On Her Majesty's Secret Service , Blofeld develops a germ warfare programme and plans to demand clemency and recognition of a claimed title of nobility. Partly owing to a copyright dispute between rival Bond producers Albert R. Broccoli and Kevin McClory , the character is never referred to by name and is credited as "Wheelchair Villain", though the closed captions for the film later referred to him as Blofeld.

The organisation returns in the Daniel Craig series of Bond films, which are set in an entirely separate story to the earlier movies. In the film Spectre , the eponymous committee is simply referred to by that title. It is revealed throughout the course of the film that Spectre, and in turn Ernst Stavro Blofeld, have been responsible for the villainous events of the previous Craig films. The Quantum organisation from 's Quantum of Solace is revealed to be a subsidiary of Spectre, while Raoul Silva from Skyfall is shown to be affiliated with the organisation.

In addition to Silva, Le Chiffre , Mr. White, and Dominic Greene are all revealed to have a direct connection to Spectre. The organisation behind Le Chiffre in 's Casino Royale was revealed to be Spectre in the film through retroactive establishment.

This iteration of Spectre will return in the upcoming film No Time to Die. In Warner Bros. The film retells the basic story of Thunderball , albeit with some new characters and in an updated setting. The film is essentially another chapter in the continuing series. Instead, it is referred to as a "powerful criminal organisation". It is depicted as being much more powerful than it was in any of the films or books, possessing a massive undersea black market known as "The Octopus", resembling Karl Stromberg 's Atlantis lair from The Spy Who Loved Me , a large lair built into an extinct volcano akin to the films which is used as the main base of operations, and also the personal structures of its members such as Auric Goldfinger's Auric Enterprises facility and casino and Dr.

No's Crab Key, also returning from the films. SPECTRE also possesses extremely advanced technology, such as virtual reality and energy generators in its volcano lair. The organisation however didn't appear in the comic books until Eidolon , a miniseries published by Dynamite Entertainment in , written by Warren Ellis and illustrated by Jason Masters. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman made an agreement with McClory to adapt the novel into the fourth James Bond film, also stipulating that McClory would not be allowed to make further adaptations of Thunderball for at least ten years after the release.

This is only a brief description of the numbers of each member. In the first book to include SPECTRE, Thunderball , it is stated that the numbers of each member changes periodically it "advances round a rota by two digits at midnight on the first of every month" to avoid detection and Blofeld is in fact "Number 2". White and subsequently identified as Spectre in the film of the same name led by Ernst Stravo Blofeld in this rebooted continuity as well. Blofeld reveals to Bond he was behind Le Chiffre and the organisation known as Quantum from the Bond film , it being a subsidiary of Spectre.

Blofeld was also behind Raoul Silva's rampage in Skyfall. The film Spectre presents the organisation as a conspiracy of legitimate businesses and organised crime, moving to become a private intelligence agency. Due to the embargo placed on the series as a result of the copyright dispute, the rebooted series initially introduced the terrorist cell Quantum as a replacement, but was then retconned to be a subsidiary of Spectre.

The most obvious is the Austin Powers series of films. In this, a man named Dr. Evil a parody of Ernst Stavro Blofeld is the leader of a villainous organisation called Virtucon. Evil's second in command, known only as "Number Two", is a parody of Emilio Largo , Blofeld's second in command. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fictional James Bond organisation. This article is about the fictional criminal organisation.

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