The "Rehab" star was rumored to be in talks with bosses from the super-spy franchise to record the theme tune to the next Bond movie, but her hospitalization last month after three days of hard partying has allegedly place the deal in jeopardy.
Composer David Arnold--who penned the soundtrack to the last four Bond movies--was on the verge of asking Winehouse to sing the theme tune after praising the star for having "the best record of last year," but the film's producers have now had second thoughts.
A source tells British newspaper the Sunday Express, "A month ago Amy was thought to be a shoo-in for the theme tune to Bond 22. Her voice and musical style was in perfect sync with what Bond is all about.
"There was even talk of her having a cameo by performing the theme tune in a smoky club Bond visits--but that's out of the window now.
"After all the reports of hard drug use, self-injury and domestic violence, it's fair to say the bosses here aren't keen on the idea."
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