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And now it will be like Danny Boyle never even walked into the James Bond offices. As we already knew, Danny Boyle is out as the director of Bond 25, but now it looks like everything involving him is going away. According to The Daily Mail, EON Productions have dropped Boyle’s script which was co-written… read more

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With the removal of Danny Boyle from Bond 25, the producers are scrambling to find a replacement. There is reportedly already a shortlist, and there are some interesting conclusions. I never thought Edgar Wright (Baby Driver, Hot Fuzz) would ever be considered for a Bond film, but apparently, he is on the list. Also on… read more

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If you were hoping to see Bond 25 in Nov. 2019, I’ve got some bad news for you. Following on from Danny Boyle departing the film, the producers are reportedly looking for a new writer/director which implies we’ll see a page one rewrite of the film. Bond 25 was originally scheduled to begin filming on… read more

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Remember the excitement you had for Oscar-winner Danny Boyle directing Bond 25? Oops. The official James Bond Twitter account sent out the following tweet on Tuesday. Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli and Daniel Craig today announced that due to creative differences Danny Boyle has decided to no longer direct Bond 25. pic.twitter.com/0Thl116eAd — James Bond… read more

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It seems that the hunt for a director for the 25th James Bond movie hasn’t quite been settled yet. And the hunt ay now be focused on an Oscar winner. According to a report from Variety, Danny Boyle – who won an Oscar for his directing on Slumdog Millionaire – is currently being sought to… read more

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Daniel Craig has signed on to two more installments in the James Bond series. Skyfall, the next film in the James Bond series, marked the final film on Daniel Craig’s original contract for the films, but luckily he has already agreed to two more. Casino Royale (2006) is considered by many to be one of… read more

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It seems that even the potential closure of a movie studio can’t kill off the greatest secret agent ever, James Bond. Back in July things were looking pretty dismal on the prospects of a 23rd James Bond film, but now it seems that MGM, the right’s holder since the first film, has figured out a… read more

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