James Bond’s 25th film to miss Nov 2019 release

Washington: Post the exit of director Danny Boyle the 25th Bond film will miss its November 2019 release.

Earlier the unnamed film was set to release on November 08.

This probably would be a boon in disguise for ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ as it is set to release on November 01.

There is a possibility the Bond film might not hit theatres until late 2020, reported The Hollywood Reporter.

Prior to Boyle’s exit, a talk of postponing the movie’s release date to early 2020 was on.

According to the official twitter account of the ‘James Bond’ franchise, on August 21, screenwriter Michael G. Wilson, producer Barbara Broccoli, ‘007’ actor Daniel Craig announced that Boyle exited the movie over creative differences.

Boyle was set to commence the shooting for the 25th film in December this year.

Daniel Craig is set to reprise his role as the British spy in the upcoming instalment. He will be starring in a Bond movie for the fifth time after starring in ‘Casino Royale’, ‘Quantum of Solace’, ‘Skyfall’ and ‘Spectre’.