BOND 25 Might Be Coming To A Boyle

BOND 25 Might Be Coming To A Boyle

BOND 25 Might Be Coming To A Boyle

Most recently Dark Knight and Dunkirk director Christopher Nolan ruled himself out of heading up the next Bond film, dashing hopes that he'd bring his special touch to the franchise.

"Slumdog Millionaire" helmer Danny Boyle' name is at the top of the list of directors being considered for the next James Bond movie. Now in the process of nudging his new show Trust across the finish line, a much in demand filmmaker like Danny Boyle is sure to have his plate full with all sorts of projects in various stages of development. But speaking about whether he could direct a full-length Bond movie, Boyle told BBC Radio 4's Front Row at the time: "No, I'm not very good with huge amounts of money".

As the release date for the 25th James Bond film slowly approaches - November 2019 - many have wondered who will take over directing duties from Sam Mendes. Variety reports he's "high on the list" of potential directors, but no offer has been made yet.

Another man in the line of sight, supposedly, is White Boy Rick and '71 director Yann Demange.

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Nolan said: "I won't be the man (to direct the next Bond)". The twist here is that MGM already has a script for Bond 25 by the duo who wrote the last three Bond films. Sicario and Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve was mentioned but he has chose to direct Dune instead, and everyone had expected MGM to announce Yann Demange ('71, upcoming true-life crime-drama White Boy Rick) to take up the mantle after Sam Mendes directed Skyfall and Spectre to massive blockbuster success.

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No casting details have been confirmed for Bond 25, but it is assumed Naomie Harris (Moneypenny), Ben Whishaw (Q), Ralph Fiennes (M) and Rory Kinnear (Tanner) will return as Bond's MI6 colleagues.

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