Does Tinker, Tailor, Solider, Spy really need any more words for me to sell it to you? I've just watched the latest and extended trailer for the movie that will debut at the Venice Film Festival in a few weeks and I can barely remove my jaw from the floor. Outstanding! Just outstanding. The new trailer cranks up the pressure on these character, further explores the Cold War period in history we are returning to, hinting at various different character motivations but importantly keeps the mystery of who the mole is in tact. And I bet I wasn't the only one who had goosebumps at the moment Gary Oldman's George Smiley remarks... Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. Watch the trailer below and I can guarantee it will become your most anticipated movie still to come this year; <a href="http://video.msn.com?vid=4eb189e9-5402-4080-be75-df5d3ed96b68&mkt=en-gb&src=FLPl:embed::uuids" target="_new" title="Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy: Exclusive Movie Trailer">Video: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy: Exclusive Movie Trailer</a> Giving Bryan Singer's Valkyrie a run for it's money as a British character actor fan's wet dream, these extraordinary bunch of actors are working from what Ive heard is a top-rate script by Peter Morgan (Frost/Nixon, The Queen) and the chance for them to work with Let The Right One Ins Swedish helmer Tomas Alfredson who is making his English language debut here but has lost none of his talent in translation for a quietly sinister mood, drama through action and the looks on peoples faces, and the power of words delivered just at the right note. By now we of course know that Alfredson knows perfectly how to crank up the tension and this feels like Alfred Hitchcock at his best. Do we have ourselves a new master of suspense? Oldman leads as George Smiley who comes out of retirement to hunt down a Soviet mole in the Circus, the highest department of MI6. His future The Dark Knight Rises co-star Tom Hardy is Ricky Tarr, a Brit operative who lends a helping hand, Colin Firth is a senior intelligence figure and Mark Strong has a substantial role as Circus agent Jim Prideaux. Benedict Cumberbatch supports alongside John Hurt, Christian McKay, Kathy Burke, Ciaran Hinds, Toby Jones, Stephen McGraham and Simon McBurney. Russian actress Svetlana Khodchenko has the key role of Russian spy Irina. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy hits U.K. theaters on September 16th and in the U.S. on November 18th.