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Danny Boyle recently directed a James Bond short film for the 2012 Olympics, featuring Bond (Daniel Craig) and the Queen parachuting down to a stadium. But when he was recently asked whether he would want to tackle a future "James Bond" installment, the helmer said that he's not interested in big budget films. "No, I'm not very good with huge amounts of money. Don't trust me with huge amounts of money," he said. "I did a film, 'The Beach,' which [had] a Hollywood scale budget and it didn't suit me. Certain people can handle [big budgets] and I love watching those kinds of films, but I'm much better with a smaller amount of money and trying to make it go a long way." Meanwhile, Quentin Tarantino recently said that he approached "James Bond" producers about directing "Casino Royale," but they eventually decided to go with someone else. When asked he if would »

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