MGM and Eon reportedly want Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle to helm the next James Bond film.
Selection stories the filmmaker is substantial on MGM’s listing but also claims a official present hasn’t been produced yet. Boyle is reportedly interested in getting on the challenge and has normally desired to direct a Bond movie.
MGM and Eon have desired Boyle to helm a Bond film due to the fact 2012’s Skyfall, according to Selection. Boyle finished up directing the 2012 Olympics opening as a substitute, which featured Daniel Craig’s 007. Yann Demange (White Boy Rick, ’71) was previously tipped as a major choice for directing but with Annapurna now distributing Bond 25 in the US MGM and Eon are reportedly pushing for a larger name.
James Bond is hitting theaters on November eight, 2019 and Daniel Craig will be reprising his part as the titular mystery agent for the fifth time.
Some of Boyle’s directing credits contain 127 Hours, Sunshine, Steve Work opportunities, 28 Days Later, and Trainspotting. For IGN’s views on his final film T2: Trainspotting, be certain to browse our evaluate.
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