Cary Joji Fukunaga will replace Danny Boyle as the director of James Bond 25

Jyotis |Sep 25, 2018

James Bond will come back together with Cary Joji Fukunaga's direction. Danny Boyle left the project due to differences in creativity.

James Bond will come back together with Cary Joji Fukunaga's direction. According to the producers Micheal G Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, and star Daniel Craig, Cary will be the director of James Bond 25 instead of Danny Boyle. Boyle left the project due to differences in creativity.

On the official James Bond Twitter, Wilson and Broccoli have said that they're extremely looking forward to cooperating with Cary. Cary is so talented, flexible and innovative director that he can take over the director position of James Bond 25. There's no other more suitable choice than Cary for this project. Besides, the film will be released later than its original announcement, November 2019. It's pushed until February 20, 2020.

The official announcement of Danny Boyle's leaving is on Bond's Twitter in August. Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, and Daniel Craig have said that Boyle's leaving is due to their differences in creativity.

There's a rumor that Danny leaves the project because of his and the producers' disagreement on casting. Recently, many people said that Said Taghmaoui will no longer play the main antagonist because of the leaving of Boyle. Before that, he was chose to become the main character by Boyle, without the agreement of the producers.

Before hiring Trainspotting and Slumdog Millionaire to serve as the directors, the producers of this project maybe concern to Scottish director David Mackenzie (Hell or High Water) and Denis Villeneuve (Blade Runner 2049).

After the massive success in both criticality and commerciality of Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Spectre, James Bond will be the final project of Craig in his being the iconic British spy career.

When finished Spectre, Craig famously quoted that he will never play this kind of character again. This time, he agreed to come back with a huge $25 million paycheck, excluding a cut from the profits.

The audiences remembered Cary thanks to his directing the acclaimed first season of HBO’s True Detective and the first original movie of Netflix, Beasts of No Nation. This time, Cary will make the audiences recall his name by coming back with Maniac on Friday. Casting includes Emma Stone and Jonah Hill.


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