Director Sam Mendes announced today that the twenty-fourth Bond movie will be titled Spectre. Spectre refers to the global terrorist organization that was first introduced in Ian Fleming’s 1961 novel Thunderball. Daniel Craig will once again take on the role of 007 – for the fourth time – albeit with less hair. Hair transplant surgeon Dr. Asim Shahmalak told The Sun: “I’m sure Daniel Craig doesn’t want to lose all his hair like Connery, so he should seek professional advice.” The Daily Record reports that “Craig has been ordered to take action on his receding hairline or risk his role in the next Bond installment [Spectre].”
Craig will be joined by two-time Oscar-winning actor Christoph Waltz (who isn’t afraid to go bald, see him in Terry Gilliam’s Zero Theorem) and French actress Léa Seydoux. Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, and Naomie Harris will return, too. Craig will drive a new Aston Martin DB10 made exclusively for Spectre, which will be released on November 6, 2015. Some new follicles might do Craig well against the wind of the Alps, where the film will be shot — in addition to London, Rome, Morocco and Mexico City.