Daniel Craig is back and back with a bang.

We always knew the follow-up to 2012's Skyfall was going to go big but this looks like it could be the biggest Bond yet.

Starring Craig as 007, Monica Bellucci as the widow of an infamous criminal and Lea Seydoux as the daughter of an assassin, Bond certainly has his work cut out for him as he travels around the world trying to unravel the secrets of the sinister organisation known as Spectre.

Our very own Andrew Scott is being lined up as Bond's bureaucratic adversary in the role of Max Denbigh, the new head of the Centre for National Security who "questions Bond’s actions and challenges the relevance of MI6", with Ralph Fiennes taking up the role of M since Judi Dench's departure from the series, and both Naomie Harris and Ben Whishaw returning as Moneypenny and Q respectively.

As for who Christoph Waltz is playing, we're still in the dark, but he's assured us he's definitely not the new Blofeld (although no one believes him).

With director Sam Mendes repeatedly saying it's his last Bond (although he said that about Skyfall), could this also be the last we see of Craig as 007? Judging by this, we doubt it.

Spectre is expected in Irish cinemas on October 26th.