Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle to write the next James Bond movie


Daniel Craig is set to reprise the titular role in "James Bond 25", which is now slated to hit the theaters on November 8, 2019.

After being hotly tipped as the director of the next James Bond movie, Danny Boyle has now confirmed that he will helm the 25th film in the long-running series, which is scheduled to start filming before the end of the year. "And it all depends on that really", reports RadioTimes.

Danny Boyle, yesterday, said, "We are working on a script right now". We hope to start shooting that in 6 or 7 weeks.

MGM the producer of the Bond movies has been trying to rope in Danny Boyle right form the time of "Skyfall" in 2012 and "Spectre" in 2015.

Speaking to Metro US at the red carpet premiere of Trust, the Oscar-winning director said he was working on a script with regular collaborator John Hodge.

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Boyle also said in the interview that John Hodge is expanding on an idea for Bond 25. "It all depends on how it turns out".

No details of the script have been leaked yet but Boyle is aiming to wrap up shooting by the end of 2018.

McMafia actor James Norton is favourite to take over the role of 007 from Craig with Tom Hardy, Aidan Turner and Idris Elba also in the running.

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