The search for the new Bond 25 director continues. Eon Productions is currently looking to replace Danny Boyle after he was let go due to creative differences. Their search has led them to a couple of possible candidates ranging from Edgar Wright, David Mackenzie, Jean-Marc Valle, and Yann Demange. Although, it’s not clear which one of them will be getting the gig. Now you can add two more names to that list.
According to new reports, American Animals helmer Bart Layton and Star Trek 4 helmer S.J. Clarkson are also being considered to direct Bond 25. More on the story below.
Recently the currently untitled next James Bond film, known for now as Bond 25, took a huge blow in production as director Danny Boyle and the Bond production team split due to creative differences. Though there are a few rumors floating around about the reasons – which include not being able to agree on a cast – it’s not clear what happened between the two.
Now there is a much bigger issue. Without a director, the film cannot move forward with production. Which means that Bond 25 could miss its release date. More on the story below.
Bond 25 is without a director. Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, the producers who have been overseeing the James Bond franchise since the ’90s, and star Daniel Craig have announced that Danny Boyle will no longer be directing the next film in the series.
According to them, they split over “creative differences.” A term that is often thrown out there whenever something like this happens. In any case, the lack of any sort of development for the film was very telling. Now Wilson and Broccoli will have to start over and look at replacements if they want to get production started soon. And please don’t suggest Christopher Nolan. But more on that a little later. Check out the full story below.