Danny Boyle Leaves ‘James Bond 25’ Over ‘Creative Differences’

News was announced in a tweet from film’s official account

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Danny Boyle has left Bond 25 over “creative differences,” according to a tweet published on the film’s verified account Tuesday.

“Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli Danny Boyle and Daniel Craig today announced that due to creative differences Danny Boyle has decided to no longer direct Bond 25,” it read.

“We are working on a script right now,” Boyle told Metro back in March. “And it all depends on that really. I am working on a Richard Curtis script at the moment. We hope to start shooting that in 6 or 7 weeks. Then Bond would be right at the end of the year. But we are working on them both right now.”

Boyle said John Hodge is currently working on the script. The duo previously worked on “Shallow Grave,” “Trainspotting,” “A Life Less Ordinary,” “The Beach” and “T2 Trainspotting” together.

“We’ve got an idea, John Hodge, the screenwriter, and I have got this idea, and John is writing it at the moment. And it all depends on how it turns out. It would be foolish of me to give any of it away,” Boyle said.

Back in February, it was reported that Boyle was high on the studio’s list to direct the next installment of the James Bond franchise, although he hasn’t been confirmed to direct.

Daniel Craig is set to return as 007. “Bond 25” has a planned release date in 2019.

Boyle’s recent projects include “Slumdog Millionaire,” “127 Hours,” “Steve Jobs” and “T2 Trainspotting.”