By Jarrod JonesI know what you’re thinking. I’m thinking it too: Damn, that Daniel Craig is one fine lookin’ man.

Spectre, he twenty-fourth film (!) in the James Bond franchise, has a brand-new teaser trailer, one that seems to be taking the term ‘teaser’ rather literally. (Which I know is totally the point, but shit! I got nothing to work with here!)

There’s not much to glean from this polished, eerie trailer, save for a few, brief glimpses of Monica Bellucci as Lucia Sciarra and Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, who informs our 00-agent (and, by extension, us) that he has a secret, one that can’t be shared because this particular spy just so happens to not trust anybody. (As opposed to all the other more amiable spies running around.)

Anyway, Sam Mendes’ Spectre looks to be another direct sequel in the Bond franchise, a true rarity for the series (Quantum of Solace being the last – and only – film to attempt such a thing), by continuing the intrigue left over from the events in Skyfall. But from the look of things, it appears Spectre may be looking to bring the entire Daniel Craig era of Bond full circle.

This is all but confirmed by the presence of Jesper Christensen as the duplicitous Mr. White, who informs our favorite MI6 agent that he is, in fact, “a kite dancing in a hurricane.” But before we have a second to process what that even means, the trailer’s moody tone drops out from under us, as the casually charming voice of Christoph Waltz’s Franz Oberhauser welcomes James to… a SMERSH meeting? Afternoon tea? Who the hell knows.

Spectre hits theaters November 6, 2015.