As the Moroccan facility was one node in a wider network, Bond and Swann return to London where they meet M, Bill Tanner, Q, and Moneypenny with the intention of arresting C and stopping Nine Eyes from being activated.
Spectre grossed over 0 million worldwide, making it the sixth-highest-grossing film of 2015, the second-largest unadjusted total for the series after Skyfall.
Bond shoots down Blofeld's helicopter, which crashes onto Westminster Bridge.
As Blofeld crawls from the wreckage, Bond confronts him but leaves him to be arrested by M, before leaving the bridge with Swann.
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.
Madeline Swann, who will take him to L'Américain; this will take him to the next step. Bond approaches Swann, and after rescuing her from Hinx, the two meet Q.