WIN: Tickets to see Daniel Craig in new James Bond film Spectre

PUBLISHED: 08:30 22 October 2015 | UPDATED: 08:59 27 October 2015




THE highly-anticipated new James Bond film Spectre will be released on Monday and it promises all the classic action Bond fans are used to – and you could win tickets to see it.

The film begins when the forensic department at MI6 release James Bond’s (Daniel Craig) personal effects which were recovered from Skyfall.

But, as in all Bond films, nothing goes to plan and a cryptic message sets him on a path to a sinister hidden organisation – Spectre.

The mysterious clues take Bond to the depths of Mexico City and Rome, but a ghost from 007’s past quickly returns to haunt him.

While Bond is kept busy, the newly-appointed M (Ralph Fiennes) fights political pressure on the secret service following the destruction of its headquarters.

The film is Craig’s fourth time playing the iconic character, following Casino Royale, Quantum Of Solace and Skyfall.

Spectre has been directed by Sam Mendes – who also directed Skyfall – and Naomie Harris will once again play Eve Moneypenny.

Brit and Grammy award-winning musician Sam Smith has penned the theme song Writing’s On The Wall, which was released at the end of September.

Spectre will be out on Monday and the Mercury has teamed up with Weston-super-Mare’s Odeon to offer three readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the show.

The competition will close at 10am on Wednesday. Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final. By entering the competition you agree to be contacted by Archant.

For a full list of competitions click here.

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