2 items from 2010
Will he or won't he direct?
Earlier this month, it looked like 28 Days Later director Danny Boyle might return to direct the next sequel, tentatively titles 28 Months Later. Styd caught up with Boyle at a press event for 127 Hours where the director was asked about his participation in the sequel
I would love to direct another one of it because I watched the second one, and I wasn't that involved in the second one, and I really enjoyed watching it as a punter. When you make films, you never really see them the way punters see them, it's weird. You're entrusted with editing a film for an audience and yet, you're as far away from what they will see as you can ever get, because you've watched it hundreds of time. I watched [the sequel] as a punter and I thought I'd love to direct the next one, and that's where that began really, »
Is there such a thing as having too much dead people in your entertainment quota?
The answer to that question will only be known if AMC decides to give a greenlight to a TV series based on Robert Kirkman's ongoing comic book series about life after the zombie apocalypse, The Walking Dead. If you haven't been paying attention, the 2000s saw the zombie finally rise to mainstream status with a horde of well-received movies in this monster genre: the Resident Evil films (with a fourth now in production); a remake of Dawn of the Dead; 28 Days Later and its sequel which gave the idea of a slow moving corpse a twist with its fast runners; zombie comedies Zombieland and Fido; and the return of the father of modern zombie cinema, George A. Romero, with two new ghoul films, Land of the Dead and Diary of the Dead (and there's a third forthcoming, »
- Patrick Sauriol
2 items from 2010
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