BOND 25 Will Not Meet Its November 2019 Release Date

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Earlier this week it was confirmed that British filmmaker Danny Boyle has left Bond 25 due to creative differences not only with producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, but also with Bond himself Daniel Craig.

The James Bond franchise encountered a setback a couple of days ago when it was revealed that director Danny Boyle had exited Bond 25.

The film will be distributed in the states by MGM, and overseas by Universal; in the United Kingdom, its release date is slated for October 25, 2019, the publication reported. If a new report by The Telegraph is to be believed, he just might have.

"With the abrupt exit of director Danny Boyle, the next installment in the James Bond film franchise - the untitled Bond 25- will miss its November 8, 2019 release date in North American theaters, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter".

Boyle, who was slated to commence production in four months, departed over creative differences.

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"Craig has a big say in all the casting decisions". Boyle boarded the project earlier this year, while frequent collaborator John Hodge penned the script from a story by Boyle, displacing frequent Bond screenwriters Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who'd previously been reported as returning for the project. Esquire writes that it is likely we won't know who is chosen until after Daniel Craig's final film.

With Boyle stepping down, the producers are presumably left with a choice between finding someone else to rework Hodge's script (which is no easy feat if Boyle can't make it work), or starting from scratch with Purvis and Wade's original idea.

At the time of writing, no one involved with Bond 25 has commented on or corroborated these claims. With that in mind, Boyle's disagreement with Craig over casting could have been the ultimate reason why Boyle chose to leave Bond 25.

Bond 25 was already in quite the pickle after Boyle's departure, but now it seems that the film's team has even more problems to solve.

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