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24 MARCH 2016
NO 34 OF MI6 CONFIDENTIAL (ENGLISH FANZINE)

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2016-03-24
New issue of English fanzine MI6 Confidential (issue 34), another special dedicated to the making of the 2015 James Bond film SPECTRE, reviewed here.

MI6 Confidential, the full-colour magazine celebrating the world of James Bond, returns with its 34th issue.

The multi-million dollar SPECTRE opened in cinemas late last year to a raft of expectation and a record-breaking first week at the box office. Although, as time would tell, the financial takings did not top its predecessor, the tone of SPECTRE struck a chord with many, and harkened back to an easier, more cavalier era of Bond. As its Associate Producer Gregg Wilson (son of Michael G. Wilson) explains to MI6 in this issue, SPECTRE is bigger and bolder by design, and reveals an unburdened Bond.

As well as conversations with Wilson, Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris, this issue cast an eye back at the box office and global premieres of the 24th Bond film, and inspect the way the film was marketed via EON’s many promotional partners.

Articles in this issue:
SPECTRE Around The World - The world and regional premieres from London to Mexico
SPECTRE At The Box Office - Full analysis of the financials from opening to Blu-Ray release
• Top Of His Game - Gregg Wilson on the bigger, bolder Bond
• The Home Front - Ben Whishaw & Naomie Harris discuss returning to the franchise
• The Brands Of SPECTRE - The promotional partners and tie-in campaigns
• The 'Simplexity' Of The Martini - Belvedere's head mixologist dissects the drink
• DB10 Goes Miniature - Bond's unique Aston is painstakingly recreated by Corgi
• The Bond Connection - Sir Roger Moore’s collaboration with Liberty Fabrics

Editor's note:
After an invitation from Sony, FSWL and MI6 Confidential was given the possibility to interview Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Monica Bellucci, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson in conjunction with the premiere of SPECTRE in London.

For more news on SPECTRE featured on From Sweden with Love, click here.

For other James Bond magazines presented on From Sweden with Love, click here.

Other issues of MI6 Confidential/Declassified on From Sweden with Love:
>MI6 Confidential #33 (November 2015)
>MI6 Confidential #32 (October 2015)
>MI6 Confidential #31 (August 2015)
>MI6 Confidential #30 (April 2015)
>MI6 Confidential #29 (February 2015)
>MI6 Confidential #28 (December 2014)
>MI6 Confidential #27 (December 2014)
>MI6 Confidential #26 (August 2014)
>MI6 Confidential #25 (April 2014)
>MI6 Confidential #24 (February 2014)
>MI6 Confidential #23 (December 2013)
>MI6 Confidential #22 (September 2013)
>MI6 Confidential #21 (July 2013)
>MI6 Confidential #20 (March 2013)
>MI6 Confidential #19 (January 2013)
>MI6 Confidential #18 (October 2012)
>MI6 Confidential #17 (August 2012)
>MI6 Confidential #16 (August 2012)
>MI6 Confidential #15 (May 2012)
>MI6 Confidential #14 (March 2012)
>MI6 Confidential #13 (January 2012)
>MI6 Confidential #12 (November 2011)
>MI6 Confidential #11 (September 2011)
>MI6 Confidential #10 (May 2011)
>MI6 Confidential #9 (March 2011)
>MI6 Declassified #8 (November 2010)
>MI6 Declassified #7 (March 2010)
>MI6 Declassified #6 (September 2009)
>MI6 Declassified #5 (April 2009)
>MI6 Declassified #4 (October 2008)
>MI6 Declassified #3 (August 2008)
>MI6 Declassified #2 (February 2008)
>MI6 Declassified #1 (October 2007)

Photo above:
The cover for issue 34 of MI6 Confidential. © 2016 MI6 Confidential. All rights reserved.

Issue 34 of MI6 Confidential is now shipping around the world. To order online, visit:
www.mi6confidential.com
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