Spectre was released on 26 October 2015 in the United Kingdom — fifty years after the release of Thunderball, thirty after A View to a Kill, and twenty after Golden Eye — on the night of the world premiere at the London Royal Albert Hall.
It was followed by a worldwide release, including IMAX screenings.
Bond is tortured as Oberhauser discusses their shared history: after the younger Bond was orphaned, Oberhauser's father Hannes became his temporary guardian.
Believing that Bond supplanted his role as son, Oberhauser killed his father and staged his own death, adopting the name Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Bond and Swann overpower him and escape, destroying the base in an explosion and leaving Blofeld to die.
Bond uses Sciarra's ring to infiltrate a meeting to select Sciarra's replacement, where he identifies the leader, Franz Oberhauser. White, a former member of the organisation's subsidiary Quantum who had fallen afoul of Oberhauser.
After hearing Oberhauser give the order for the "Pale King" to be assassinated, Bond is pursued across the city by the organisation's assassin, Mr. Bond asks her to investigate Oberhauser, who was presumed dead years earlier.
Bond finds Swann and they escape by boat as the building collapses.Returning to London, Bond is suspended from field duty by the new M, who is in the midst of a power struggle with Max Denbigh (whom Bond dubs "C"), the head of a privately backed agency, the Joint Intelligence Service.C campaigns for Britain to form "Nine Eyes", a global surveillance and intelligence initiative, and uses his influence to close down the '00' field agent section, which he believes is outdated.After Q succeeds in preventing the Nine Eyes from going online, a struggle between M and C ends with C falling to his death.Bond is taken to the ruins of the old MI6 building, scheduled for demolition after Raoul Silva's bombing.