The final trailer of the upcoming James Bond film 'Spectre' features Daniel Craig pulling off high octane stunts, high speed car collision and the destruction of a building as the 007 agent runs for his life.
Craig, 47, reprises his role as the spy agent for the fourth time in the Bond film directed by Sam Mendes, who also helmed the previous installment 'Skyfall'.
The new trailer features Christoph Waltz as the agent's mysterious nemesis Franz Oberhauser, who asks Bond, "Why did you come?" The agent replies, "I came here to kill you." "And I thought you came here to die," Oberhauser replies. "Well, it's all a matter of perspective," Bond says, smiling at him.
True to a Bond film, the video shows Craig firing high- tech assault rifles, punching unknown foes, high speed car chases, explosions and even a helicopter performing an extraordinary barrel roll. All of this happens even as the actor looks dapper in his suit.
'Spectre', also starring Monica Bellucci, Lea Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Andrew Scott and Dave Bautista among others, is due to be released in the UK simultaneously with its London world premiere on October 26 before hitting the US on November 6 and in India on November 20.