Ed Sheeran Almost Wrote the James Bond Theme of Billie Eilish "I'm not going to lie and say it wasn't painful." 

By Sakshi

 Oct 21,2022

Pop star Ed Sheeran has opened up on his frustrations as he wrote the theme song for the James Bond epic No Time To Die prior to the time when the reins were transferred to Billie Eilish. 

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The "Photograph" singer-songwriter revealed that he was feeling "hurt" when he began creating the song's title for Daniel Craig's last appearance as 007 prior to the moment it all ended up falling apart.

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Bond fans will remember how the film fell into chaos after Academy Award-winning Director Danny Boyle left the project because of creative disagreements. 

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Cary Joji Fukunaga was then appointed director and it was smooth from then - except for the global pandemic that led to countless delays.

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The manager of Sheeran Stuart Camp previously told how the singer met together with Bond producer Barbara Broccoli back in 2017 to discuss the possibility of him making the song. 

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Now, the Grammy-winning musician has announced that the essential meetings needed for the song were completed and the singer decided to go ahead with the process. 

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"I was within a ****** gnat's pubic of doing [the Bond theme] and director changes were made, then they simply changed scripts and that was that.

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After we had completed all the meetings, I began writing the song," Sheeran said on The Peter Crouch Show.

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