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    From Christopher Nolan and Darren Aronofsky to Vincent Gallo: Here's 9 Filmmakers Who Got It Right The Second Time (and 3 Who Didn't)

    David Michôd's "The Rover" got us thinking about other successful sophomore features. Here's our list of favorites and three of the worst.

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    Trailer of the Week: James McAvoy as a Deranged, Perverted, Violent and Corrupt Policeman in New Trailer for 'Filth'

    The UK trailer for this film adaptation of "Trainspotting" author Irvine Welsh's novel of the same name dropped in April, promising a deranged James McAvoy snorting and screwing his way through Edinburgh. We were sold then.

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    Ewan McGregor Says He's "Totally Up For" Reuniting With Danny Boyle For 'Trainspotting' Sequel

    The history of decades-later sequels is a rocky one, as we've documented in the past. But that doesn't stop people from trying, and some prospects are more enticing than others. Take the idea of a "Trainspotting" sequel, which has kicked around for a while, but finally seemed to solidify earlier thi...

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    The 10 Best Music Moments In Danny Boyle's Movies

    When Danny Boyle first started out in England, his movies were often criticized for their sleek MTV-era construction with accusations that the films weren’t films at all, but rather just music videos stitched together by flashy editing at a breakneck pace. Boyle's reaction wasn't what the British pr...

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    Danny Boyle Explains Why He Doesn't Care About Spoilers, Hitchcock's Negative Effect, and How 'Trance' Was the Ideal Post-Olympics Project

    Over the last 20 years, Danny Boyle has emerged as one of the most versatile filmmaker successes, capable of working in a wide variety of genres and finding success in all of them. From his acclaimed debut "Shallow Grave" and the cult favorite "Transpotting" to the Oscar success of "Slumdog Milliona...

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    Danny Boyle Says He's Done A Chronological Re-Cut Of 'Trance' For DVD, Admits He Treated Ewan McGregor Badly

    For a man with so much to say behind the camera, Danny Boyle is a little less tenacious in front of it, managing to survive Jonathan Ross' ITV talk show this past weekend with a mixture of diplomacy and Olympic anecdotes. On the London 2012 opening ceremony, which (ironically) won him more popular f...

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    Exclusive: Danny Boyle Says 'Trainspotting' Sequel With Original Cast Hoping To Shoot In 2016; Two Period Piece Films Also In The Works

    The buzz out of Austin this afternoon is Danny Boyle's SXSW Film Festival talk with the New York Times' David Carr (more on that later). The filmmaker unveiled some footage of his new mindbending heist film (which we've seen mind you, and it's very good), "Trance," starring James McAvoy and Rosario ...

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    Lesser-Known But Just As Good: Some Other Danny Boyle Films

    Before Danny Boyle was famous, and not long before 28 Days Later came out, I interviewed him, and he said something incredible that I actually believed.  Looking back at his experience directing The Beach, a big-budget fiasco in which the studio insisted he use Leonardo Di Caprio rather th...

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