Danny Boyle’s James Bond Was ‘Crazy, Madcap, and Extraordinary,’ Says 007 Crew Member Danny Boyle's Beatles-centric musical rom-com Yesterday is a perfect explainer for why it's a good thing he's not making James Bond 25.In April 2018, Boyle was the original director named for the fifth (and likely final Realising from an early age that he wanted to make movies, Boyle abandoned his studies at the […] Danny Boyle was confirmed as director for Bond 25, only to exit the project one year before the upcoming movie's release.No stranger to directing Daniel Craig as the titular secret service agent - having included him in the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony - Boyle has ultimately parted ways with the project, opening the door for a new slew of … [49] [50] Yesterday , starring Himesh Patel , Kate McKinnon , Lily James and Ed Sheeran , was released on 28 June 2019, by Universal Pictures . A look at the career of Bond 25 director Danny Boyle. Production designer Mark Tildesley is hopeful Bond producers give Boyle another chance to make a Bond movie. The upcoming James Bond tentpole “No Time to Die” is in good hands with “Beasts of No Nation” and “True Detective” director Cary Fukunaga, but part of the 007 fandom will always wonder what Daniel Craig’s final outing as Bond would’ve looked like with original director Danny Boyle..

Note: In August 2018 Boyle left Bond 25 along with his writing partner John Hodge. In a surprise move, Danny Boyle has exited “Bond 25” due to creative differences. Click here to read the full article. “Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, and Daniel Craig today announced that due to creative diffe… The son of Irish immigrants, Danny Boyle was born in Manchester in 1956.
The upcoming James Bond tentpole “No Time to Die” is in good hands with “Beasts of No Nation” and “True Detective” director Cary Fukunaga, but part of the 007 fandom will always wonder what Daniel Craig’s final outing as Bond would’ve looked like with original director Danny Boyle. In March 2018, Danny Boyle and writer Richard Curtis announced they were working on a musical comedy set in the 1960s or 70s centered around a struggling musician.