Earlier today FX shored up its limited series (or miniseries, whatever you like) plans for the forthcoming 'Fargo' adaptation, but it seems the cable network has something far grander in mind for the future. Teaming with '127 Hours' and '28 Days Later' team Danny Boyle and Christian Colson, FX has begun development of the WW2-set 'Telemark,' the true story of an unknown group of heroes sabotaging Hitler's nuclear ambitions.
After trying his hand at science-fiction, winning an Oscar, and testing himself with a one-actor film about a dude with his hand stuck under a rock, director Danny Boyle returns to familiar territory with 'Trance': the lives of scheming, feuding thieves. When Boyle makes movies about criminals, he rarely focuses on their crimes to look instead at their fallout -- these are what we might call "after-the-heist films." The heist, in a Boyle movie, is the easy part. It's living with yourself, and your accomplices that's hard.
About three weeks ago came news that 'Skyfall' director Sam Mendes was close to finalizing a deal to return for 'Bond 24,' the next film in the 007 series. Well in the weeks since, something changed and Mendes has confirmed that we won't be returning for the next James Bond film. Find out why below and let's figure out who could possibly replace him.
James Bond fanatics won’t have to wait until November’s ‘Skyfall’ to see their beloved 007 in action. Current Bond Daniel Craig has filmed a short in character as the lethal agent for a bit that will be included in the opening ceremonies for the London Olympics and you'll never guessed who personally put in the request.