Danny Boyle has the next Bond film dropped out of directing due to “creative differences”.
The Trainspotting Director was to take the helm for the 25 day trip in the franchise, with the production due to the beginning of December.
But a statement released on the official James Bond Twitter account, revealed on Tuesday that he had to give up.
It was announced by producers Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, and the latest Bond star Daniel Craig.
At the end of the Twitter post of @007
The film – Craig the fifth time as Bond, after Casino Royale, Quantum of solace, Skyfall, and Spectre – had previously been given a release date of 25. October 2019 in the UK.
The Oscar-winning Director Boyle was set to unite again with the actor for the film, the couple worked together on a short film for the 2012 Olympic games in London.
It is likely to be Craig’s last appearance as James Bond, the fulfilment of his five-film contract.
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