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5 items from 2003


Searchlight grabs Boyle's 'Millions'

24 November 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- Following its success with Danny Boyle's horror feature 28 Days Later, Fox Searchlight is scaring up a deal to acquire North American rights to the Trainspotting helmer's follow-up, Millions, sources said. The deal is being struck with Pathe International, the London-based sales arm of Pathe Entertainment. The 20th Century Fox specialty arm won a bidding war that broke out among U.S. distributors at MIFED when Pathe International screened a promo reel of the comedy. »

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Harris sailing into 'Sunset' with New Line

13 October 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Naomie Harris, the female lead in the Fox Searchlight Pictures summer indie breakout 28 Days Later, has landed a role in New Line Cinema's After the Sunset for director Brett Ratner. Shooting starts this month. The project marks Harris' first major American project following the success of Danny Boyle's 28. Starring Pierce Brosnan, Salma Hayek and Woody Harrelson, Sunset centers on a master thief (Brosnan) who sails off to an island paradise after his last big score. However, when his lifelong nemesis (Harrelson) shows up to make sure the thief is really retired, a new cat-and-mouse game of friendship, suspicion and thievery begins. »

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Bonham Carter, Williams, vie at U.K. indies

23 September 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

LONDON -- The Heart of Me co-stars Helena Bonham Carter and Olivia Williams will compete against each other for the best actress nod at the sixth annual British Independent Film Awards. Also nominated in the category, according to organizers Tuesday, are Kate Ashfield for This Little Life, Samantha Morton for In America, and Tilda Swinton for Young Adam. The prize is one of 17 awards to be presented Nov. 4 in a ceremony at the Hammersmith Palais. Stephen Frears' Dirty Pretty Things leads the charge with seven nominations while 16 Years of Alcohol, directed by first-timer Richard Jobson and Gregor Jordan's Buffalo Soldiers picked up five nominations each. Dirty Pretty Things and Buffalo Soldiers will compete with 28 Days Later, Magdalene Sisters and Young Adam for this year's best British independent film crown. »

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Boyle ignites 'Storage' at Warner Bros.

16 September 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Danny Boyle, who directed the indie summer breakout 28 Days Later, is in negotiations to direct Warner Bros./Imagine Entertainment's Worcester Cold Storage. There is no start date yet. The project, also known as The Perfect Fire, is an adaptation of Sean Flynn's book 3000 Degrees: The True Story of a Deadly Fire and the Men Who Fought It. It was initially an Esquire magazine article that Flynn wrote in 2000 about a fire that claimed the lives of six Worcester, Mass., firefighters in December 1999. Scott Silver (8 Mile) adapted the screenplay, which is being produced by Brian Grazer. Warners' Kevin McCormick and Imagine's Jim Whitaker are overseeing the project. Boyle, repped by ICM, recently wrapped shooting the U.K. feature Millions. His digital zombie movie Days cost $8 million and commanded an impressive $44 million during the summer. The helmer's credits include The Beach, A Life Less Ordinary and Trainspotting. »

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The Vine: Holy cattle call, Batman! Young stars eyeing role

3 September 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

It's as if Warner Bros. Pictures were shining a Bat Signal over Burbank, summoning potential Caped Crusaders. Warners and helmer Christopher Nolan are zeroing in on an actor to star in the title role of the studio's next Batman installment, which is scheduled to start shooting in February. Sources said that during the next three days, several young actors are expected to test for the role. The list of potential crime fighters includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Christian Bale, Joshua Jackson (Dawson's Creek), Cillian Murphy (28 Days Later), Henry Cavill (I Capture the Castle) and Eion Bailey, who stars in the upcoming HBO feature And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself. Meanwhile, sources say Hugh Dancy, currently shooting the Walt Disney Co.'s King Arthur, may test if his schedule permits and he is able to shave the beard his Arthur character, Galahad, is sporting. »

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