The gang moves from drugs to porn.
Was Steve Jobs shouted at constantly?
It sounds like the characters have gotten their lives together. Sort of.
What an iDick!
It’s called ‘Steve Jobs’, which should be easy to remember.
He sorta missed the zombie boat, but we’ll make an exception, because this is a great franchise.
This news will be probably be valid for about six hours, so hurry up and read it.
He sort of looks like Jobs when he stands in front of a huge Apple logo.
With Christian Bale living up to his surname, Danny Boyle and Sony are back on the hunt for a guy who can play Steve Jobs.
WHO KNEW PEOPLE IN HOLLYWOOD COULD BE SO FICKLE?
It’s coming together in pretty spectacular fashion.
He’ll play a giggly Steve Wozniak.
Written by Aaron “Walk and Talk” Sorkin.
There isn’t a juicy reason behind it. Leo’s just taking a break from acting.
Why do people love this guy so much? I mean, I like iPhones, but still.
They’re probably all on the ginseng and kale bullshit bandwagon now.
With the economy in the dumper, tourism just isn't what it used to be; so it's important that you know where to spend your staycation dollars before you end up…
Pegg will play a ‘fraidy cat, while Dawson will play a woman who loves art thieves. Plural.
Don’t we all, Danny. Don’t we all.
Robin Williams will be starring in ‘Patch Adams 2: The Heart Beats On’. Just kidding. I hope you haven’t already smashed your computer.
Fassbender is in talks to join Danny Boyle’s thriller remake ‘Trances’, where he’d play a regular old human art thief.
The second scariest use of morphing after that Michael Jackson video.
Director Danny Boyle is thinking of returning to unconventional monster movie territory nine years after his terrifying zombie film ’28 Days Later’.
Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours earned a lot of critical acclaim for its realistic depiction of hiker Aron Ralston hacking off his own arm with a dull penknife, but it turns out it could have been even more painful to watch.
Danny Boyle’s new film, 127 Hours, premieres tomorrow. James Franco stars as Aron Ralston, a climber who is forced to amputate his own arm after it is crushed under a rock. In honor of Ralston’s remarkable tale of survival, we here at Screen Junkies came up with a list of other memorable films that feature scenes of amputation. Some of them are disturbing, others are lighthearted, but all of them contain badly mutilated limbs, and that’s the important part. Enjoy!
The press junket for 127 Hours was informative beyond our private interview with Danny Boyle. The real Aron Ralston and the filmmakers discussed the film, already generating controversy for its graphic depiction of a self-amputation. Ralston had to sever his own arm when he was trapped in a canyon for five days.
Even Ralston wants everybody to know it’s all good. He was happy to make the sacrifice. “They’re going to walk into this movie thinking it’s the story of the guy who cut his arm off,” Ralston said. “I hope they realize it’s about the guy who was smiling when he cut his arm off. It was a euphoric experience for me because it was going to get me back to what was important in my life. I had a chance to learn about that while I was trapped.”
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Danny Boyle’s latest film is getting a lot of buzz, but not for the heartwarming triumph over adversity. It’s got that, but what people are focusing on is a dude cutting his arm off. 127 Hours is the Aron Ralston story. James Franco plays Ralston, an outdoorsman who gets trapped with his arm pinned under a rock. His escape by self-amputation was documented before, but Boyle’s film makes it visceral.
Here it is, folks: the arm cutting movie. You’ve heard about it. It’s true. There’s a lot to this story, but you know it as the arm cutting movie. Personally, I think they should do a double feature of 27 Dresses and 127 Hours. In either order.
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Terrible time to pass a kidney stone.
Danny Boyle has confirmed to a friend of DreadCentral that he will in fact direct the next film in the 28 Days Later franchise. There a no details as to what the film will be about, or what the title will be. All anyone knows is that Boyle will return to direct.
After directing the first film in the series, Boyle was credited with reinventing zombies by people who know nothing about zombie movies. What the story is actually about is a rage virus that causes people to run around attacking everyone they see. Just like that Jason guy from "The Hills." Or that episode of "The Smurfs" that I still sometimes have nightmares about. **burns self with cigarette to stop from nodding off**