The film is now dated for November 8, 2019, and while it has not yet been confirmed, it's likely that Daniel Craig will be returning to star in the pic.
Next up is Canadian director Villeneuve, who is soon to release a little movie called Blade Runner 2049, with Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford.
Tuesday, we learned that the british actor, Daniel Craig had finally agreed to put on again the clothes of the agent in the service of His Majesty.
It sounds like James Bond 25 is very much heating up. Demange is just wrapping up work on White Boy Rick, an ensemble crime drama led by Matthew McConaughey, and his schedule is completely open after that. Hell Or High Water's David Mackenzie is another.
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Demange made his directorial debut in 2014 with the excellent '71.
Previous reports indicated that Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight, Dunkirk) and Edgar Wright (Baby Driver) could be contenders for the next Bond gig, but Deadline points out that it's more likely that one of them would take over the franchise when it's inevitably rebooted at some point. With Villeneuve and Mackenzie both attached to their projects, Demange might emerge as the potential helmer for the next James Bond movie which sees the return of Daniel Craig.
The distribution rights to Bond are still up in the air, as studios like Sony, Warner Bros., Annapurna, Fox, and Universal are all vying for the opportunity to produce and distribute the next few Bond movies after EON's contract with Sony ended on Spectre. He's now attached to direct "Outlaw King", a movie about Robert The Bruce which stars Chris Pine.