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The 25th James Bond Film to come on Valentine’s Day, 2020.

Producer Barbara Broccoli has cut out all the chance of a female James Bond. The producer said rather than giving a gender switch to iconic characters, there ought to be a lot of such elements written for women.

“Bond is male. He’s a male character. He was written as a male and that I assume he’ll most likely keep it as a male,” Broccoli said

“And that’s fine. we tend to don’t got to flip male characters into ladies. Let’s simply produce a lot of feminine characters and create the story match those feminine characters,” she also said.

Earlier this year, actor Rosamund Pike, who featured within the 2002 Bond film Die Another Day, had offered a similar opinion regarding the famous British spy.

“I assume the character of fictitious character may be a man. Why not create a kick-ass feminine agent in her own right?” she added.

The next installment of the fictitious character franchise is directed by actuality Detective helmer Cary Fukunaga.

Announcing the replacement of Danny Boyle, the producers of the film shared a press release on the Twitter. The statement browses that the 41-year-old producer, best familiar for guiding films like Jane Eyre and Beasts of No Nation, can begin shooting for the project in March next year with the release date of Valentine Day, 2020.

Production of the film is about to start on December 3rd, 2018. MGM will partner with Universal photos to release the film worldwide. The 25th  Bond film is scheduled for U.S. release on November 8th next year. However, with Boyle going the project, a delay within the unleash of the project is unlikely to be seen.