Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who have worked on six Bond films together, are back on board to write 'Bond 25' following director Danny Boyle's exit from the movie.
Neal Purvis and Robert Wade were initially on board to pen the suave spy motion picture before director Danny Boyle and screenwriter John Hodge joined the film, but the pair are said to be back on board after the pair withdrew from the movie.
A Hollywood executive close to the production told the Daily Mail newspaper: "The Purvis and Wade treatment they wrote earlier was already signed off before the bromance with Danny Boyle and John Hodge began."
Purvis and Wade - who have worked on six other Bond movies - will now turn their treatment into a full-on script, but the film's new director is also expected to bring in a screenwriter to put their own spin on the motion picture.
'Bond 25' will see Daniel Craig reprise his role as British intelligence operative James Bond for a final time after starring in 'Casino Royale', 'Quantum of Solace', 'Skyfall' and 'Spectre', all of which were penned by Purvis and Wade alongside at least one other writer.