‘Bond 25’ Release Pushed Back After Danny Boyle Steps Down
There have been eager fans waiting for the release of the upcoming 25th James Bond film, but unfortunately, the release date has been pushed back. After the Academy Award-winning director, Danny Boyle left the project this week due to creative differences, some changes were expected.
The Hollywood Reporter is saying the the original release of November 8th, 2019 will now turn into a date in late 2020. Boyle became part of the project early this year. John Hodge wrote the script from Boyle’s take on a story. They replaced Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, previous Bond writers.
The min reason for this delay and Boyle’s departure from the film stem from conflicts with him and the Bond teams over differences in the script.
Principal photography on Bond 25 was scheduled to begin in December 2018 with Boyle. His replacement is yet to be announced.
Daniel Craig will star in Bond 25, and this will be his last performance as the famous character. He began playing James Bond in 2007’s with Casino Royale, and this will be his fifth Bond film.