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Aston Martin DB10 at the launch of the new James Bond film 'Spectre' at Pinewood Studios

James Bond stars assess the Midland-made Aston Martins they (almost) destroyed

The Gaydon-based luxury car firm developed the DB10 specifically for Spectre - with only 10 produced

Aston Martin DB10 at the launch of the new James Bond film 'Spectre' at Pinewood Studios

Aston Martin DB10 glimpsed in Spectre James Bond trailer

The official trailer for the film, which can be viewed below, has now been released and it features glimpses of the Aston Martin DB10 created specially for the film

Aston Martin DB10 at the launch of the new James Bond film 'Spectre' at Pinewood Studios

Aston Martin and James Bond: Two brands inextricably linked

The Warwickshire car-maker’s role in the long-running Bond franchise dates back to the DB5 driven by Sean Connery in the third Bond film Goldfinger

The Aston Martin DB10, a bespoke car being created for the next James Bond film - Spectre - by the Warwickshire car-maker

Aston Martin unveils James Bond's new car

The DB10 is being specially developed for the film Spectre and just ten of the bespoke cars will be built

Derek Jacobi in bed with future James Bond star Daniel Craig in Love is the Devil

Stage legend Jacobi boasts: I bedded James Bond years ago!

It’s 50 years since the young Derek Jacobi was plucked from Birmingham Rep by theatre old boy Sir Laurence Olivier.

Film and theatre: Sir Derek Jacobi reflects on his extraordinary career - which began in Birmingham.

An only child of working class parents, Sir Derek Jacobi was just 10 years old when he sat down to write a letter that wasn’t to change his life.

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No... it's the next Superman

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Seven years ago, Christopher Nolan considered him for the titular role in the Batman reboot before deciding he was too young, while Twilight author Stephanie Meyer wanted him to play vampire Edward, but by the time the film was shot, he was considered too old

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