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specter

noun apparition, appearance, eidolon, form, illusion, presence, revenant, shadow, shape, spirit, sprite
See also: image, phantom, reflection, spirit, vision
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Skyfall was a big success in 2012, so for Spectre we decided to put it on six screens in City Centre, six in Seef Mall, three in Saar, two in Al Jazeera and one in Awali.
Producer Barbara Broccoli and stars Daniel Craig and Lea Seydoux -- who appear in the scene -- accepted the record certificate on behalf of the official title holder, Academy Award winner Chris Corbould, who served as Special Effects and Miniature Effects Supervisor on SPECTRE.
This Belvedere Vodka Spectre 007 Collectors' Edition is the ideal way to toast the movie, PS29.
Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, the producers of SPECTRE, said, "Sam and Jimmy have written the most inspirational song for SPECTRE and with Sam's extraordinary vocal performance, 'Writing's On The Wall' will surely be considered one of the greatest Bond songs of all time.
According to film bosses, Spectre will see Bond sent on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation following a cryptic message from his past.
The image of a spectre, as opposed to a ghost or spirit (either of these words would have been arguably more suitable than "spectre"), also provides a direct link to Marx, since the opening sentence of The Communist Manifesto, as Derrida points out, is the image of a spectre, the spectre of communism, haunting Europe (see: Jacques Derrida, Specters of Marx (New York and London: Routledge Classics, 1994), p.
Le Spectre de la rose premiered at the Theatre de Monte Carlo on April 19, 1911.
Interjet was also excited to be one of the hosts of yesterday's Sony Pictures Entertainment, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, and EON Productions SPECTRE Premiere of the Americas in Mexico City, where the film's stunning opening sequence, set amidst Day of the Dead festivities, was filmed.
While doing his promotional rounds for his new animation movie, Tim Burton's "Big Eyes," Christoph Waltz was asked whether his character would be the head of the SPECTRE.
In Faune, for instance, he emphasizes gymnastics at the expense of the dreaminess of Claude Debussy's score, while in Spectre he eliminates the erotic perfume by making the hero a sexual bully.
SPECTRE also achieved a new record for the highest seven-day gross in UK box office history, overtaking the last James Bond film, SKYFALL.