The title of the 24th Bond film has been revealed, and it's a name you'll be familiar with if you know Bond lore or spooky old ghosts. The franchise's next outing will be called Spectre, named after the "Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge, and Extortion," the evil crime syndicate headed by famed Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Christoph Waltz was rumored to be resurrecting Blofeld in this film, but as of yet, the filmmakers aren't letting on if he is. While Waltz was named among the newly joining cast, he's credited as Oberhauser, who was a skiing instructor and father figure to a young Bond. Time and/or spy shots of the actor in a Dr. Evil Halloween costume will reveal if we're being Khanned again on the issue.
Other new cast members reportedly include Monica Bellucci as Lucia Sciarra, M:I - Ghost Protocol's spy-gadget-experienced Léa Seydoux as Madeleine Swann, Andrew Scott (Sherlock's flamboyant Moriarty) as British secret service agent Denbigh, and Guardians of the Galaxy's green trapezius muscle David Bautista as Mr. Hinx, which really makes it sound like he's playing Blofeld's cat.