BOLTON cinemagoers will be left shaken not stirred by the release of the new James Bond film thanks to Cineworld's supersized screen.

The picture house, situated in the Valley, will be pulling out all the stops for the release of Spectre — with prestige Jaguar cars parked at the entrance, staff wearing tuxedos and its largest screen number seven re-branded as 007.

For the first time, the film will be shown shortly after the London premiere in front of the Royal Family has begun in cinemas nationwide — including Cineworld Bolton.

The cinema's general manager Stephen Halvorsen says although the first screening of the movie will be at 7.30pm on Monday, October 26 — those who wait just 30 minutes longer can view it on the 007 screen.

It seats 630 people and features newly upgraded 4k high definition projector which measures an impressive 58 foot wide and 25 foot high.

Stephen said: "I started working for Cineworld when Goldeneye was released and I have seen a lot of bond films come over the years. What they have done with the films recently is second to none – the stunts are bigger and the action sequences are fantastic.

"Skyfall was massive – it was the biggest ever film at the box office. This is the sequel to that story, and it looks like it might be even better. What better way to watch it than on the big screen?"

Spectre reunites Daniel Craig with director Sam Mendes after 2012's Skyfall became the highest-grossing Bond film in history.

Joining Craig will be Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw and Rory Kinnear and newcomers Christoph Waltz, Andrew Scott, Dave Bautista and Bond girls Lea Seydoux, Monica Bellucci and Stephanie Sigman.

Stephen said: "Everyone has grown up with James Bond and everyone has a favourite actor who plays him. Mine personally is Roger Moor because he played him tongue in cheek. But Daniel Craig has been great too. We can't wait – especially as this is rumoured to be his last."

Ahead of the film's release, Craig discussed his co-star Naomie Harris, who will return as Eve Moneypenny following her debut in Skyfall.

The star said: "There is a great working relationship that's a big flirt and it's great to play and Naomie does it brilliantly but also, we get her involved in the story and we don't have her sitting at the desk outside M's office all the time... When you've got as good an actress as Naomie, you want her in the movie."

Craig will join his co-stars — and royalty — for the world premiere of Spectre (12A) on October 26 at London's Royal Albert Hall, on the day of the film's release.

To book tickets for Spectre at Cineworld Bolton, contact the box office by calling 0871 200 2000.