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James 'Bond 24' Trailer, Release Date & Cast News: Will ‘Spectre’ Open More Doors for Stephanie Sigman?

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The upcoming James Bond film titled "Spectre" marks Stephanie Sigman's first major project as of late. The Mexican actress, who first got her start in movies such as "Miss Bala" and "Pioneer," hopes that her appearance in "Spectre" will provide more opportunities for her in Hollywood.

"I think there's going to be a big opening, I expect this project will open a higher, different door to another path," the 28-year-old actress began, as quoted by a report from EFE. "I don't think I'd be here if it wasn't for that film. That's how you build, create, by working hard to continue opening other paths in other places, so I hope that, yes, many interesting things will come my way."

Sigman is currently in Mexico filming various scenes for "Spectre" as a character named Estrella, EFE added. The motion picture will once again see Daniel Craig as James Bond or Agent 007, with Sam Mendes in the director's chair.

Speaking about "Spectre" being one of her dream projects, Sigman shared, "They ask me if I ever imagined it, and I have a very extensive imagination. So, I've imagined many things in life, but sometimes you don't think something is really going to happen and when it happens, it's very satisfying," the news outlet quoted.

Aside from Mexico, the flick also filmed scenes in London and Rome. According to EFE, Mexico will only be shown in the first ten minutes of the movie. Sigman, however, would not reveal whether she would appear in other scenes aside from those shot in the country.

Just recently, a new report has surfaced claiming that the production of "Spectre" has been disrupting small businesses in Mexico City. As stated in a report from the Associated Press, "leaders of small businesses in Mexico City's historic downtown district say owners have complained of a 60 percent drop in sales." Street closures have been issued between March 19 and April 1 in the colonial district, which has been dated to be 500 years old.

Gerardo Lopez Becerra, head of the city's small business chamber, said that the city should offer assistance to those merchandise stores "affected by frequent closures in the downtown area due to street protests, festivals and film projects," the news outlet noted.

Craig has been spotted filming heart-pumping scenes in Zocola main square in Mexico City just recently. According to Express Online, the production team re-created the "Day of the Dead," a Mexican holiday where participants dressed as skeletons.

Aside from Craig and Sigman, "Spectre" will also star Christoph Waltz, Lea Seydoux, Dave Bautista, Andrew Scott, Monica Bellucci, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear, and Naomie Harris, the film's official site noted. The flick is slated to be out in theaters on November 6, 2015.

A teaser trailer for the movie has been released. Watch it below.

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