No Strong ‘Bond’ – Danny Boyle Not Directing Bond Due to Creative Differences

The 25th James Bond film was going to be directed and writed by the Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle but he has reportedly decided to walk away from the project due to ‘creative differences’.
In July this year a call sheet was leaked suggesting that there should be a “charismatic, powerful, innovative, cosmopolitan, bright, cold and vindictive” Russian villain in the follow-up to Spectre film, but there is no confirmation as to whether ot not that script is going to be used now.
Craig was asked shortly after the last James Bond film, ‘Spectre’, whether he would star in another one and he undoubtedly answered “No”, but he is set to be in the 2019 one.
‘Spectre’ had received mixed reviews, but made $880m worldwide. Both Craig and Boyle had worked together previously on the opening to the 2012 Olympics, including 007 in a brief cameo alongside the Queen.
There have been recent rumours that Idris Elba could bring fresh ideas to the Bond legacy. “Running around in cars and ladies and martinis, who wants to do that? Sounds terrible.” Elba commented.
> Maria Baeva