mi6.co.uk recently sat down with composer David Arnold, who scored the soundtracks for Tomorrow Never Dies and Die Another Day, tells the site that he's shifting gears as the James Bond's shoes get fiulled once again...

"I think it is time to move on, the Brosnan scores were written for the Brosnan pictures, and that is why they are the way they are. New Bond, New movie, New sound."

I think with the movies to date, I think we've taken it to a point where I've exhausted that particular scene of approach. What I'm already thinking of now is, you're at the bottom of the mountain again, and you have to get back up to the top via a different route. I wouldn't discount anything. But I think there is a way of doing Bond differently again, as there always is. That's why we're making the 21st one, because there's always a way of including the familiar and the safe and expected with, hopefully, something unexpected and different."