UPDATE (Dec. 14): An excerpt from the Gawker post has been removed. Links to the Gawker post still remain.
Spoilers in this post.
The Gawker website HAS A POST with massive spoilers about SPECTRE, the 24th James Bond film produced by Eon Productions.
If you don’t want to know, stop reading now.
According to Gawker, an edgy website dealing with media, entertainment and other subjects, SPECTRE’s script “features a messy third act that executives are still trying to rework after months of tweaking.” This is based on material that’s available from massive hacking of materials belonging to Sony Pictures.
There is one caveat from Gawker: “But don’t trust these—for all we know, the executives and producers handling Spectre could still be tinkering with the final act.”
The Gawker post pretty much spells out the plot. To read the post, CLICK HERE.
Gawker suggests the filmmakers as late as November (on a movie where principal photography began Dec. 8) were trying to find a way to resolve the story.
The unprecedented Sony hacks — Sony Pictures will distribute SPECTRE and has distributed the Bond films since 2006’s Casino Royale — made all this possible. It remains to be seen how the final movie reflects all of this.