The British director Danny Boyle resigned to make the new film James Bond Due to "creative differences," producers of the multi-million dollar franchise informed on Tuesday.
"Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli and Daniel Craig today announced that Danny Boyle has decided not to continue to lead Bond 25 due to creative differences, "said a statement on the official Twitter account of the popular agent 007.
The tweet did not give details about the differences or information about who would replace Boyle.
The 25th film, so far without title, of James Bond's spy franchise, owned by MGM, is currently in production and its launch is planned for November 2019.
The director won an Oscar for the moving drama I would like to be a millionaire and is also known for the films of Trainspotting and Steve Jobs
Boyle previously worked with Craig, who followed agent 007 in the latest films, in a short film for the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games in which the actor, James Bond, played the Buckingham Palace, where he was received by the Queen Elizabeth II.