Only days after he sparked rumors that singer Amy Winehouse would be the latest star to lend their voice to the theme of a James Bond theme, record producer Mark Ronson has changed his tune, saying that he and the troubled Grammy-winner have shelved all recording projects for the time being.
In an interview with Britain's Sky News, Mark, who many insiders claim is the mastermind behind Winehouse's multiple award-winning album Back to Black, explains that the "Rehab" singer is "not ready to record any music," and that it would require a "miracle of science" to complete the tune they've been in the studio working on for the upcoming 007 flick, Quantum of Solace.
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Well, if there's one thing the James Bond films are known for, it's miracles of science, so maybe fans can hold out hope?