Tag Archives: Danny Boyle

Danny Boyle Hints at ‘Trainspotting’ Sequel

In a recent interview with Cinematical.com, Danny Boyle divulged that a Trainspotting sequel could very well happen.

Medical Drama Halts ’127 Hours’ Premiere in L.A.

James Franco in 127 Hours

Danny Boyle Plans for Streamlined Olympic Opening in London

As of today, we are officially 632 days away from the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Danny Boyle will serve as artistic director for the Opening Ceremonies and maintains that such an event will be a bit more refined versus the ...

The Tellyvangelist: Nov. 1-7

In this week’s Tellyvangelist – your weekly guide to all that’s British on U.S.

Cumberbatch and Boyle Team Up for ‘Frankenstein’ Play

Benedict Cumberbatch is set to join Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle for his forthcoming London stage interpretation of Frankenstein. The Sherlock star will perform alongside British actor Jonny Lee Miller (Dexter, Emma, ...

BFI’s London Film Fest Crowns Clio Barnard Best Newcomer

The Guardian reports that The London Film Festival has named filmmaker Clio Barnard the Best British newcomer, while also honoring her with the prestigious Sutherland award for her moving documentary, The Arbor. The 90-minute film ...

New Trailer: Danny Boyle’s ’127 Hours,’ Starring James Franco

An extended trailer for the James Franco Oscar vehicle 127 Hours has been released. The film is British director Danny Boyle‘s follow-up to his Oscar-winning Slumdog Millionaire and tells the story of a lost hiker (Franco) who is ...

Roundup: Danny Boyle Honored with Top British Film Award

Academy Award-winning director Danny Boyle is set to receive one of the highest honors in film, as the British Film Institute is awarding him their British Film Institute Fellowship next month.

127 Hours: Gruesome Amputation Scene Shocks Toronto Audience

In 127 Hours, British director Danny Boyle‘s follow-up to Slumdog Millionaire, a mountain climber (James Franco) amputates his own arm to free himself from a fallen boulder. The film’s screening at Toronto had “three ...

Is Slumdog Millionaire a Lock for Best Picture?

The crowd-pleasing Slumdog Millionaire is really solidifying itself as the Oscar favorite for Best Picture. The British-produced, Mumbai-set film won a boatload of Critics’ Choice Awards last night, its a strong favorite for ...