I’m a big fan of 28 Days Later and was very plesantly suprised by the unecessary but entertaining sequel Weeks. 28 Months Later was in pre-production when the Fox Atomic label got shut down. Apparently though, the head and her films are likely moving to 20th Century Fox so hopefully we’ll indeed see this movie in a couple of years. Though I personally doubt Danny Boyle will have much to do with it, I would love to see him return.
I’ve decided to create a new site separate from Dwardus Prime to function as a more professional portfolio for my designs and whatnot. It’ll probably be a bit of time before you can actually see any evidence of it, but I’ll drop a link (or two) when it’s online. I’ve decided I want to make the design very film noiry, and the sites banner will have a backdrop depicting the London skyline. Big Ben was the obvious choice for one of the buildings and I think I might even try to draw in a man hanging off one of the hands.
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Although Danny Boyle has other projects on, he’s long talked of the possibility of a Trainspotting part 2 and another 28 Days Later sequel.
Here’s a mini-interview of him talking Slumdog (very briefly) and mentioning that they have an interesting idea for 28 part 3.
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Danny Boyle hasn’t made a hundred films and he doesn’t need to. Every film he has made has been special and though some are better than others, it is obvious that the man has a lot of talent. With Slumdog Millionaire causing a stir, I take a look at both Slumdog and his previous works.
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I’ll sum up Slumdog Millionaire for you – Danny Boyle’s vibrant Mumbai masterpiece that leaves you feeling breathless. Does that sound a little corny? possibly… but that’s how I felt when I came out of the cinema in a flock of happy folk who I was sure felt the same.
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