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    Watch: 1-Hour Talk With Danny Boyle, Mark Kemode & Physicist Brian Cox About 'Sunshine'

    With last year’s “Trance” ending up a financial disappointment — it made roughly only $250,000 more than his theatrical debut “Shallow Grave” — Danny Boyle has gone into TV’s warm embrace for the time being with his pilot for the police series “Babylon” (read our review here). While we wait for upda...

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    Review: Danny Boyle's Police TV Show Pilot 'Babylon' Starring Brit Marling & James Nesbitt

    With an Oscar, two Best Picture nominations (one of which won), national hero status thanks to the Olympics and an acclaimed stage play in his recent past, Danny Boyle can do pretty much whatever he wants these days (even with the critical and commercial failure of "Trance" coming last year—though t...

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    Watch: Danny Boyle, David Beckham & More Talk The Red Devils In Trailer For Manchester United Doc 'The Class Of 92'

    While phrases like The Red Devils and Old Trafford might not have much meaning for North American audiences, for those overseas, it's the nickname and home of Manchester United. One of the most celebrated, popular, beloved (and hated) soccer teams in the world, their reach has broken beyond the spor...

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    Brit Marling & More Join Danny Boyle's Cop Show 'Babylon,' FX Picks Up WWII Miniseries He'll Produce

    As Danny Boyle now makes his way to television, helming the cop show "Babylon" for Channel 4 in the U.K., it's not a surprise that some very strong talent is following him to the small screen. No matter what the format, Boyle is one whom people are eager to work with.

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    FX Greenlights WWII Miniseries 'Telemark,' From Danny Boyle and His 'Slumdog Millionaire' Team

    In August, the UK's Channel 4 announced that Danny Boyle would be directing the pilot for "Babylon," a comedy drama "set in the world of modern policing" and written by Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong, of "Peep Show" and "Four Lions." And this afternoon, FX announced that Boyle and his "Slumdog Million...

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    Danny Boyle To Direct Feature Adaptation Of Heist Documentary 'Smash And Grab'

    To call this year's "Trance" a heist flick would be a bit misleading. Yes, it centers around a major theft, but that twisty genre effort from Danny Boyle was more of a psychosexual mindbender, and regardless, audiences barely showed up with the movie taking in a rather meagre $22 million worldwide (...

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    Danny Boyle to Direct Pilot of Brit Police Series 'Babylon'

    Danny Boyle is set to direct the pilot for a new comedy-drama, "Babylon," which will air next year on the UK's Channel 4. Written by BAFTA winners Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong ("Four Lions"), the would-be series takes place in the world of modern-day policing.

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    Danny Boyle Will Direct the Pilot for UK Police Drama 'Babylon,' From the Writers of 'Four Lions'

    Danny Boyle is headed to the small screen. The "127 Hours" filmmaker is set to direct the pilot for "Babylon," a comedy drama commissioned by the U.K.'s Channel 4.

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    Danny Boyle To Direct TV Police Drama From 'Peep Show' Writers

    Though he got his start on the small screen, aside from a one-off 2001 project "Strumpet" and of course, the London Olympics, director Danny Boyle has mostly stay planted in the feature film world. But with "Trance" earning the least amount of money in theaters since his breakout film "Shallow Grave...

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    8 Established Filmmakers Who Reinvented Themselves With Risky Low-Budget Efforts

    This Friday will see the VOD release of Paul Schrader's much talked about "The Canyons," a film both inspired by and conceived for the post-theatrical era (though it will receive a limited theatrical run starting out in NYC and Toronto). The film, which revolves around a toxic producer (adult star J...

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