Sam Smith teases Spectre theme

Sam Smith has seemingly confirmed that he will sing the theme song for the upcoming James Bond film Spectre.

Grammy award-winner Smith tweeted this photo earlier today of him wearing a ring with the symbol of the villainous organisation that 007 will be at odds with.

According to HitFix, sources close to the film’s release say that the new theme song will be released on Tuesday morning.

Although Ellie Goulding and Radiohead have been rumoured to be singing the theme for Spectre, Smith’s teasing tweet heavily suggests that he will voice the theme song.

Sam Smith
Sam Smith

If that is indeed the case then Smith will join the ranks of many musical legends who have provided vocals for James Bond films including Tom Jones, Shirley Bassey, Paul McCartney, Gladys Knight, Madonna and Adele – who won an Oscar for Best Original Song for the track “Skyfall” in 2012.

Dressed to kill: Bond suited in a white tux on the new Spectre poster
Dressed to kill: Daniel Craig as Bond suited in a white tux on the new Spectre poster

Spectre stars Daniel Craig as James Bond, Christoph Waltz as Franz Oberhauser, Léa Seydoux as  Dr. Madeleine Swann, Dave Bautista as Mr Hinx, Monica Belluci as  Lucia Sciarra, Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny and Ralph Fiennes as M.

Spectre is release in UK theatres on October 26 and USA theatres on November 6.

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One thought on “Sam Smith teases Spectre theme

  1. An Honest 5.5 out of 10. Too long. Lack of plot. Characters flawed and badly cast. Some scenes and effects are excellent but dialogue is limited and uninspiring. I was bored during the movie 4 to 5 times. Saw with 2 friends who rated it 5 and 6 outta ten. Film needs to be edited. Plot clearer . Bond girl useless. Arguably the worst performance of any . Daniel Craig serious through out as usual. Not too many jokes , gags. Overall poor. Only for die hard bond fans

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