Gazing out across Vauxhall Bridge, Ben Whishaw cuts the perfect quizzical look associated with his James Bond character, hi-tech boffin ‘Q.’
Whishaw won high praise for his role in Skyfall – which became the most successful Bond film of the franchise – and it was announced last year he will return to play ‘Q’ in the upcoming movie.
He was spotted filming in London today dressed in an over-sized jacket, patterned shirt, jeans and casual shoes.
Shot in Solden, Austria, the 1’53-minute behind-the-scenes featurette showed Daniel Craig dressed in black firing a shot and running towards a burning vehicle on a snowy mountaintop.
Details about the plot of Spectre remain under wraps, although we know Bond will receive a cryptic message from his past that will lead him to uncover the ‘terrible truth’ behind the shadowy organisation.
Spectre – which stands for Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion – is led by iconic evil genius Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
Django Unchained star Christoph Waltz is tipped to play the evil genius – famous for his trademark white cat and for gruesomely disposing of his failing underlings – in the new movie.
The baddie made his last appearance in an ‘official’ Bond film in 1981 when he featured in For Your Eyes Only.
In a nail-biting opening scene Blofeld is hanging from an helicopter piloted by Roger Moore’s James Bond.
The scene ends with Blofeld being dropped down a huge brick industrial chimney close to the River Thames in London.