Happy 50th birthday, James Bond!
In case you didn't get the memo, the epic franchise is celebrating a spectacular 50 (!) years—Dr. No premiered in London on Oct. 5, 1962—and in honor of this momentous occasion, Sony has released the first Skyfall clip to satisfy your action-loving hearts.
Of course, Daniel Craig makes the perfect Bond-y badass, and he effortlessly proves high-speed trains and construction equipment do indeed make an excellent combination.
Sony even delivered an extra-special clip today, featuring the wildly popular scene where James Bond jumps onto an exploding train, barely flinches on his landing and then adjusts his cufflinks with more swagger than we've ever seen.
If your Bond memory is fully loaded, the clip might look familiar, as the cufflinks scene was first highlighted during the Skyfall TV spot that aired during the Olympics.
It's wickedly cool (shout-out to Adele on the soundtrack!), epically audacious and is shaping up to be the action flick of the fall.
Skyfall, which stars Craig, Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Javier Bardem and Naomie Harris (who also makes a cameo in the clip), hits theaters Nov. 9.
Watch the clip above once, twice or even 10 times and then hit the comments to tell us how much you're bursting with Bond excitement!