The appointment of the True Detective helmsman was announced via the official Bond Twitter account, along with a release date now slated for February 14, 2020.
Danny Boyle reportedly quit Bond 25 because filmmakers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson wanted to use another writer other than Boyle's longtime collaborator John Hodge.
The Kursk actress and director discuss their film and 007 at the Toronto International Film Festival.
French actor Said Taghmaoui has said that he was in line to play the villain in Bond 25, painting a picture of the seeming indecision surrounding the production following Danny Boyle's exit.
Following Danny Boyle's shock departure from the so-far-untitled Bond 25, MGM and Eon Productions have been scrambling to secure a replacement.
The release of Bond 25 could be delayed by as much as a year following the departure of director Danny Boyle, according to reports.
Danny Boyle departed the production of Bond 25 in a dispute with Daniel Craig over the movie's Russian villain, according to reports.
Picked up by Bond news site MI6-HQ, it appears that the production is currently seeking what is likely to be the movie's main villain, a female lead and a henchman.
A 1964 Aston Martin DB5 driven by Sean Connery in Goldfinger could have been found more than 20 years after it was stolen, according to detectives.
According to Page Six, Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has all but persuaded him to play 007 for the historic 25th movie in the series. Plus, it’s said that she’s really not keen on having the likes of Tom Hiddleston – said to have been in the frame to replace Craig – picking up the Walther PPK, as he’s ‘too smug’ and ‘not tough enough’. A ‘Hollywood source’ told them: “Daniel was very pleased with how ‘Othello’ went and the great reviews.