These are the sunglasses James Bond wears in Bond 25
The dribble of info we had on Bond 25 hasn't exactly turned into a gushing torrent lately, but it's certainly more like a woodland brook than it has been for some time.
We got that nice behind-the-scenes video a couple of weeks ago, and the first official image landed soon after.
Now, though, we've got the biggest reveal so far. Forget Cary Fukunaga coming on board. Forget the return of the Aston Martin Vantage V8 from The Living Daylights. This is it.
We now know exactly what sunglasses James Bond will wear in the next film.
They're Barton Perreira's 'Joe' frames, they're USD450, and they're the black ones with vintage grey lenses, if you're particularly invested in avoiding deep corneal damage inflicted by our nearest star in exactly the same manner as 007.
They're very nice indeed. But what are the best sunglasses Bond has ever worn? There were those Tom Ford Snowdons from Spectre, which were also very nice indeed, and Sean Connery's Polaroid Cool Rays in From Russia With Love are pretty exceptional too.
Surely though, the absolute peak of Bond wearing shades is Pierce Brosnan in his extremely conspicuous x-ray sunglasses with blue lenses in The World Is Not Enough, which you'll recall he uses to suss out who has weapons and also to have a look at everyone's pants.