Spectre to launch in Fiji
November 2, 2015 11:14 pm
Spectre the latest installment of James Bond has been breaking records at the UK box office.
A week after its global launch in London, the movie has grossed more than eighty million dollars across six territories.
This Friday, the British High Commission in Suva will be holding a special screening in Suva.
High Commissioner Roderick Drummond says they’re using the Bond Movie series to showcase some of the good things about the United Kingdom.
‘’We use Bond is Great as a campaign as part of our Britain is Great to showcase what it means in terms of engineering and design, For example, the Bond movie will show a number of British car manufactures at their best which is a great example of engineering and design. But the movie industry itself is part our creative industries. It’s the third largest movie industry in the world after US and Japan’’.
With the last James Bond movie Skyfall receiving good reviews and turnout from the Fijian audience, the British High Commission is confident of the same for Spectre.
Spectre is the twenty-fourth James Bond film produced by Eon Productions and features Daniel Craig in his fourth performance as James Bond.
The story features James Bond’s first encounter with the global criminal organisation Spectre.