SPECTRE is the longest Bond movie ever

SPECTRE is the longest James Bond movie to date according to an invitation for a media preview screening on Wednesday.

Although the British Board of Film Certification website still has no information about the certification or running time, the invitation reveals SPECTRE has been rated 12A and runs for 148 minutes, or 2 hours 28 minutes.

The invitation was shared on Twitter by Henry Fitzherbert who contributes to the Daily Express.

Look out for the first reviews (or avoid them for spoilers) from Wednesday night onwards.

Check out our full coverage on SPECTRE.

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