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.
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.
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.
Finally Danny Boyle is getting the recognition he deserves (again). Slumdog Millionaire, his brand new film (out today here in the UK) is considered by many to be a return to form – back to his glory days of Trainspotting. For me though, Danny Boyle never left. 28 Days Later alone is a highly-emulated and generally respected piece in its genre, which can’t be easy when you’re doing horror, which is very rarely seen as anything but gory exploitative trash.
In an effort to design the spaceship “the Dog’s Head” for Nivellensem Dreams I’m putting together a list of attributes that I think make the perfect spacecraft. As the purpose of Nivellensem Dreams is to build a mythology as I go with a simple plot pinning it all together, I’ve decided that the central vehicle of the story can also be built this way, bit-by-bit. Here’s what I’ve got so far on what makes a cool and memorable spaceship: