The Trainspotting director was set to helm Bond 25, due for release next year

Danny Boyle has quit as the director of the next James Bond film.

Producers say he left because of 'creative differences.'

The filmmaker, who's known for movies like Trainspotting and Slumdog Millionaire is a longtime 007 fan.

He even included Daniel Craig in the opening of the 2012 London Olympics.

Bond 25 is expected to be Daniel Craig's last outing as Bond.

Boyle's frequent collaborator John Hodge is writing the script.

The film is scheduled to begin production in December ahead of an October 2019 release.

However, it's unclear whether that schedule will be impacted by Boyle's departure.