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Daniel Craig will be seen reprising his role as the British agent 007.
A large part of Skyfall has been shot extensively in the UK capital London.
Spanish actor Javier Bardem is seen in an all-new blonde avatar as he plays villian Raoul Silva in the film.
French actress Bérénice Marlohe seems to add more glamour and brains to the conventional Bond girl.
Dame Judi Dench reprises her role of M in the film.
Bond's very popular Aston Martin DB5, too, has a role in the film.
Naomie Harris calls her role that of a 'female Bond' in the film.
The spy adventure has also become the first movie to earn at least 100 million pounds in ticket sales in Britain, the Telegraph reported.
The Sam Mendes-directed film, which was released 50 years after the franchise’s first movie Dr No in 1962, has now become the highest earning out of all of the 23 James Bond instalments.
The film’s executives announced that it had now earned at least 1 billion dollars (620 million pounds) at the global box office, with 710.6 million dollars (440 million pounds) being made outside of North America.
Despite falling out of the week’s top 10 films in the US, the James Bond film is only the third movie to cross 1-billion-dollar mark in worldwide ticket sales this year, after The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises.
Over the weekend, the film took a further 1.4 million dollars (867,000 pounds) in Britain, bringing its total earnings to 161.6 million dollars, making it the first film to break the 100-million-pound barrier in the UK.
Before Skyfall, Avatar was the highest grossing film in Britain, taking more than 94 million pounds at the UK box office during its cinematic release.
Since its release in October, Skyfall has broken several box office records. In its first three weeks of release it grossed more than the combined earnings of the two previous Bond movies, Quantum of Solace and Casino Royale.