We weren’t surprised to learn that Charlie – who brought about the end of Busted in 2005 – was the one with the ball in his court, because James previously told us in an interview that while Charlie didn’t want to rejoin the band, he didn’t want Matt and James using the name without him either. A quick glance over Twitter confirms that most Busted fans are Team Billis (that’s Bourne and Willis, or do you prefer Wourne? “Matt actually asked Charlie if he would mind us using the name Busted without him,” James told us. We invited him back, knowing he wouldn’t be into it. The throwaway remark left Susanna, 44, speechless, while Kate, 48, tried to move the conversation back into pre-watershed territory and suggested that Mc Fly could now "have a cup of tea" if they wanted to.Meanwhile the odd quip - that was far too early for breakfast morning television - sent the star's fellow bandmates into fits of laughter.We haven't expected the response we've had."The decision to team up again came after Charlie, 30, decided to rejoin Busted but only if they were going to be producing new music rather than doing a reunion tour.
The 29-year-old, pictured, who also co-wrote many of Mc Fly’s hits, penned Loserville with Elliot Davis after a chance meeting on the communal tennis court of their block of flats in Friern Barnet.
It's like we're in relationships, we're comfortable with each other…
if they want to go to a strip club or whatever," James joked.
Though the earlier films focused on the "war on terror", Greengrass' new perspective reflects the post-Edward Snowden work of super-hackers and governmental surveillance.
Certainly, there was a great deal of pressure on the director's shoulders, but he enthuses that his partnership with Damon was of great relief in his creative process.