Daniel Craig and Olga Kurylenko in Quantum of Solace

Yes. Hell yes. Hell fucking yes. After watching the first full-length trailer for Quantum of Solace, I can understand why Bond appears on the cover of Empire this month with the phrase “The Bloodiest Bond Ever” floating ominously nearby.

This trailer looks incredible. I realized the moment that Bond’s answer to whether or not he punished the people who took everything from him is, “not yet,” that the filmmakers probably would have chosen the title There Will be Blood if it hadn’t already been taken. I also realized that if you’re fighting someone, and you both fall off a tall building, you should still keep fighting in midair. Trust me.

But enough of my incoherent martial arts advice. Check out the awesomeness of the trailer for yourself:

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After Casino Royale and the teaser trailer that came out months ago, was there ever any doubt that this next installment was going to kick it up a few notches? Finally, Bond is entering a new era – one where he can just as easily stand swaggered with martini in hand as he can pull himself up from the dirt, blood blinding his one good eye, ready to stare his enemies down as he chokes them.

It’s going to be intense, and I’m definitely ready for intense. Are you? You can find the trailer in high definition over on Yahoo Movies.

Also, did you catch these awesome digs on the October cover of Empire Magazine:

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