The end is nigh for Daniel Craig as 007. In fact, it might be coming in 2015 with Spectre, the fourth instalment in Craigs’ Bond tenure. The action flick was announced in a Buckinghamshire, England press event on Thursday, Dec. 4.

Daniel Craig, Sam Mendes
Will this be the last time Craig and Mendes team up for queen and country?

The new title sees a familiar cast with Skyfall director Sam Mendes and alums Rory Kinnear, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, and Ben Whishaw all returning for one last hurrah. How do we know it’s the last hurrah? Well, here’s what Mendes said in a special interview with BBC Radio 1: "I felt an attachment to the characters that we created in Skyfall. I felt like there was unfinished business, and that there was a lot more I could do with them once I'd kind of stepped aside and had some time off."

We have no insight into the plot just yet, but the title holds a hint. SPECTRE – besides sounding super cool - is an acronym for Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion. So clearly, we’re diving deep into the international counter-terrorism stuff here.

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Due out on Nov. 6, 2015, the 24th James Bond movie will introduce some new faces to the decades-long franchise. Christoph Waltz has been tapped for a character named Oberhauser, Dave Bautista will play Mr. Hinx, Monica Bellucci will star as Lucia Sciarra, Léa Seydoux will play Madeleine Swann, and Andrew Scott will appear as character Denbigh.