Producer Michael G. Wilson would love to have either Duffy or Amy Winehouse singing the soundtrack of 'Bond 23'.
The next James Bond movie might have either Amy Winehouse or Duffy singing its anthem. Opening up the matter was Michael G. Wilson, the producer and screenwriter of the film series, during an interview with The Sun.
"I would love to get Duffy to sing the next tune. I think she is wonderful. Amy Winehouse would be good too," Michael said. "We have started work on the new film, which I can't say anything about. Daniel Craig is very keen to get going."
Amy Winehouse was billed to write and sing a theme song for 2008 James Bond movie "Quantum of Solace" with Mark Ronson. However, she missed the chance of scoring any music for the film after her health condition got worse due to adverse reaction of her anti-drugs medication. At the time, she and Mark were replaced by Alicia Keys and Jack White, the frontman of The White Stripes.
The next installment of James Bond movie itself has had several actresses, including Angelina Jolie, Freida Pinto and Jennifer Aniston, being linked to its cast ensemble. Additionally, "Slumdog Millionaire" director Danny Boyle is up for the directing role of this "Bond 23".