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[24.04.2007] Bei AICN gibt es eine weitere recht positive Kritik zum Sequel...

[15.04.2007] Bei JoBlo.com bzw. Kino-Govno.com gibt es ein neues "28 Weeks later"-Poster... Und bei AICN gibt es eine recht positive Kritik zum Sequel...

[08.04.2007] Bei JoBlo.com gibt es eine Kritik zur Graphic-Novel "28 Days Later: The Aftermath" (3/4)... Zwischenzeitlich wurde auch der "28 Weeks later" International-Trailer veröffentlicht...

[04.04.2007] AICN-D sprach mit Luc Besson über eine weitere Fortsetzung...
[...] when I asked about a possible 28 MONTHS LATER. I was half-joking, but he revealed that there are actually tentative plans for a third film, and the end of 28 WEEKS LATER will have a setup designed for this sequel. (This should also be a lesson for me about tardiness: in the four weeks since the interview, I got scooped. Oh well. My bad.)
He also told us that he'd done a bit of second unit directing on 28 WEEKS LATER, and had enjoyed it so much, he's seriously considering coming back for MONTHS (I don't know if this is the official working title, or if there is an official working title, but it's the sort of presumption I feel comfortable making). [...]


[03.04.2007] Bei CS! gibt es ein paar neue Bilder aus "28 Weeks later"...

[30.03.2007] Bei Moviehole wird das Ende von "28 Weeks later" verraten und Pläne für eine weitere Fortsetzung bekanntgegeben...
[...] I present and produce a movie-show for the Irish radio station Spin 1038. On Monday I interviewed Danny Boyle in Dublin for his new film 'Sunshine'. He exclusively revealed that there is a planned 3rd part in the 28 Days/Weeks Later series. [...]
He didn't say what the title would be called? The obvious guess would be '28 Months Later'?? Mind you, with the fast turn-around in horror movie sequels these days, it might be called '28 Minutes Later' ??? [...]


[29.03.2007] Der "28 Weeks later" Trailer ist online...

[25.03.2007] Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit Idris Elba...

[23.03.2007] Bei Dread Central gibt es eine Kritik zu 28 Minuten aus "28 Weeks later"... SPOILER !!!
[...] The film opens with a blistering infected attack on a group of survivors during the events of the original film. Title cards give us a timeline following the starvation and demise of the infected. Cut to... (drum roll) 28 weeks later: With the virus seemingly gone, authorities have turned London into a military zone and are beginning the process of repopulation. Survivors are checked in through medical tests and background procedures before being herded into apartments in temporary "safe zones". It is here, we assume, that all hell will break loose. Robert Carlyle (in top form) takes on the role of the tortured protagonist who is trying to rebuild life with his family, and the gritty hand-held style of the original perfectly sets up the ruined aftermath of the infected apocalypse. [...]

[21.03.2007] Bei JoBlo.com kann man einen Blick auf das "28 Weeks later"-Poster werfen...

[14.03.2007] Bei FoxAtomic.com gibt es einen Vorgeschmack auf den "28 Weeks later" Trailer...

[06.03.2007] SciFi.com sprach mit Idris Elba über seine Rolle in "28 Weeks later"...
[...] Elba plays U.S. Gen. Stone, "who is the general that looks after the new contained area in the sequel," he said. "And he is a by-the-book general, you know? He's here to do the job. He is, if you like, the president of that contained area. And it's great. I had a great time doing it." [..]

[09.01.2007] Bei Blackfilm.com gibt es neue "28 Weeks later"-Bilder...

[01.11.2006] Bei FoxAtomic.com gibt es im Rahmen des Halloween-Events "The Carnival of Lost Souls" erste Bilder und Video-Material zu "28 Weeks later" und zum Comic "28 Days later: The Aftermath"...

[02.09.2006] CS! meldet...
DNA Films and Fox Atomic, the new youth division of Fox Filmed Entertainment, announced that principal photography began today in London on 28 Weeks Later , the sequel to the 2003 international smash hit 28 Days Later. The film will be directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (Intacto) and produced by Andrew Macdonald, Allon Reich and Enrique Lopez-Lavigne. 28 Weeks Later is written by Fresnadillo, Lopez-Lavigne, Rowan Joffe and Jesus Olmo; and Danny Boyle and Alex Garland will executive produce. The cast will be led by Robert Carlyle (The Full Monty, Trainspotting); Rose Byrne (Sunshine, Troy); Jeremy Renner (The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, Dahmer); Harold Perrineau ("Lost," "The Matrix" films); Catherine McCormack (Braveheart, Spy Game); Imogen Poots (V For Vendetta) and Idris Elba ("The Wire"). Joining the cast is newcomer, twelve-year-old Mackintosh Muggleton making his feature film debut. "DNA Films is very excited to be working with Juan Carlos and Enrique who we believe will make an original and extremely scary film," says producer Andrew Macdonald.
Six months after the rage virus has annihilated the British Isles, the US Army declares that the war against infection has been won, and that the reconstruction of the country can begin. In the first wave of returning refugees, a family is reunited -- but one of them unwittingly carries a terrible secret. The virus is not yet dead, and this time, it is more dangerous than ever.
Juan Carlos Fresnadillo first earned a following with Spanish audiences when he was nominated for an Academy Award in 1997 for his black-and-white comedy short film Esposados, which went on to win 40 national and international awards. In 2002, Fresnadillo won Spain's prestigious Goya Award for Best New Director for Intacto, a Sogecine production starring Max Von Sydow and Leonardo Sbaraglia.
"I am thrilled to be working on my first English language film alongside such an exciting international cast and talented production team. London provides me with all the elements to make an extreme horror film," says director Fresnadillo.
28 Weeks Later will be shot by Director of Photography Enrique Chediak (Down in the Valley). Production designer Mark Tildesley (The Constant Gardener), costume designer Jane Petrie (The Lives of the Saints), make up designer Konnie Daniel (Enduring Love), and editor Masahiro Hirakubo (Trainspotting) will be joining Fresnadillo's creative team.


[31.08.2006] HollywoodReporter.com meldet...
Harold Perrineau, seen regularly on ABC's hit drama "Lost," is ramping up his film career. The actor has lined up three film roles in recent weeks, in-cluding Fox Atomic's "28 Weeks Later," the follow-up to the hit sci-fi indie "28 Days Later." In the sequel, directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo ("Intacto"), Perrineau will play an upbeat American Special Forces pilot who documents and leads to safety the families returning to London after the viral outbreak.

[25.08.2006] AICN meldet...
[...] The sequel, 28 WEEKS LATER, which Boyle will not direct (however he will produce alongside Alex Garland (screenwriter of the original) and Andrew MacDonald), is underway, eye-ballin' a May '07 release. And now they've cast the new heroic lead, a young man by the name of Jeremy Renner who was in NORTH COUNTRY recently and will appear in that JESSE JAMES flick starring Brad Pitt.
The story of the sequel sounds like the Special Forces have stepped up and have restored a good amount of order. They try to repopulate London when a carrier of the virus slips in and reignites the spread of the rage.
INTACTO director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo directs. [...]


[20.07.2006] CS! meldet...
28 Weeks Later (May 11, 2007) - The creative team of Danny Boyle, Alex Garland, and Andrew Macdonald are back to re-invent the zombie movie yet again with the sequel to 28 Days Later. Lead by director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, 28 Weeks Later picks up six months after the Rage virus has decimated the city of London. The US Army has restored order and is repopulating the quarantined city, when a carrier of the Rage virus enters London and unknowingly re-ignites the spread of the deadly infection, wreaking havoc on the entire population. "28 Days Later: The Aftermath," a graphic novel, will be published by Fox Atomic Comics in 2007.

[01.05.2006] RTL zeigt heute um 23.10 Uhr "28 Days later" als deutsche Free-TV-Premiere...

[17.05.2005] Laut einer Meldung von AICN wird Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (u.a. "Intacto") Regie bei "28 Weeks later" führen...

[05.03.2005] CS! sprach mit Danny Boyle über seine künftigen Projekte...
[...] Boyle will not be directing the planned follow-up to his hit film 28 Days Later, dubbed 28 Weeks Later, but he will be on board as an "executive producer." "It's a very strong, simple idea again," he explained, "that England has basically been abandoned, and there's been no life there for six months. The Americans arrive to start it back up again, to reboot it... especially the franchises that are going to waste." He didn't think that Cillian Murphy or Naomie Harris would be back in it, because they're too busy. [...]

[22.06.2004] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Danny Boyles Überraschungshit "28 Days Later" soll fortgesetzt werden. Wie "Variety" berichtet, versucht Fox Searchlight derzeit Rowan Joffe als Drehbuchautor zu gewinnen. Für das mit "28 Weeks Later" betitelte Sequel wird Danny Boyle allerdings nur als Produzent an Bord sein, zusammen mit Alex Garland (Drehbuchautor von Teil eins) und Andrew Macdonald (Produzent des ersten Teils).

[24.07.2003] Mr. Beaks berichtet für AICN von der San Diego Comic-Con...
The exceedingly talented Naomie Harris was in attendance to talk about this summer’s surprise hit, and to promote its re-release of sorts this Friday (July 25th) with an alternate ending. I’m happy to report that she is as unlike her character of Selena as you could imagine - very girlish, and extremely pleased with the positive critical reaction the film has received in the states following its relative dismissal by UK reviewers. Though not much of a horror fan - she’s never delved into the flesh-eating glory of Romero’s DEAD trilogy - she’s more than willing to work in them should the scripts continue to be as smart as 28 DAYS LATER. [...]

[17.07.2003] Fangoria meldet...
According to the Los Angeles Times, Fox Searchlight will be adding an alternate ending to all in-release prints of 28 DAYS LATER as of next Friday, July 25. This more downbeat conclusion was initially tested with preview audiences by director Danny Boyle and Alex Garland, but when they responded unfavorably, the current closer was filmed and utilized on all release prints. The original conclusion has been available on DAYS’ British DVD, and will be attached after the closing credits of the American prints. While theatrical rereleases and countless DVDs have contained alternate footage, this may be the first time such an addition has been made to a movie midway through its run.

[03.07.2003] PageSix meldet...
STEPHEN King must be a fan of Danny "Trainspotting" Boyle's new horror flick, "28 Days Later." The scare-novelist bought all 275 tickets to the 7:45 p.m. showing at Clearview Cinemas on East 62nd Street Friday night. "When one couple rushed up to the theater and audibly groaned at the 'sold out' sign, King called out, 'Which movie did you want to see?' " our witness reports. "As the pair were telling him, they realized who they were talking to - and he generously handed them two tickets." King kept distributing tickets until right before the trailers started, then sat down with a group of friends.

[28.06.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine positive Kritik von Moriarty...
[...] The world in 28 DAYS LATER hasn’t decayed quite that far yet, but it feels like it’s on its way. It feels hopeless, truly without escape. It successfully paints a picture of life upside down, a waking nightmare that’s still sinking in for those who are trapped in it. It’s real horror... and it’s a damn good film. [...]

[25.06.2003] Bei Yahoo! Movies plaudern Danny Boyle & Co. über den "Rage"-Virus.. Und bei CHUD gibt es ein Interview mit Alex Garland...

[09.06.2003] Bei Spiegel Online gibt es ein Interview mit Regisseur Danny Boyle und Drehbuchautor Alex Garland...

[07.06.2003] Bei Spiegel Online und NZ gibt es weitere Kritiken...

[06.06.2003] Bei Moviehole (3.5/5) und AICN gibt es weitere Kritiken...
[...] This movie, which came out earlier this year in Britain, is being promoted with some critics quote, "Danny Boyle reinvents the zombie movie and it's scary...as...Hell." And I'm happy to give a big Woo Hoo! because I enjoyed the hell out of this movie. [...]

[05.06.2003] Heute startet "28 Days later" in den deutschen Kinos, in der ungeschnittenen und erst ab 18 freigegebenen Version !!!

[03.06.2003] Blickpunkt:Film gibt es eine Kritik...

[30.05.2003] Bei Apple.com gibt es die ersten 6 Minuten aus "28 Days later !!!

[28.05.2003] Bei CS! gibt es eine weitere positive Kritik (8/10)...
[...] Paying homage to the horror movies of the past while creating a modern-day drama steeped in realism, Boyle has created something truly unique. "28 Days Later" is a thought-provoking movie, which shows what mankind might do if pushed to its very limits and how far one might go when put to the test of whether to kill or be killed. Since Boyle does this by using some rather standard modern horror techniques, educated people who might get the most out of the movie's thought-provoking premise might avoid it like the plague, but true horror fans should eat it up.

[25.05.2003] Bei Phantastik.de gibt es eine positive Kritik...

[19.05.2003] Heute erscheint "28 Days later" auf DVD & Video... Zumindest als UK-Import !!!

[18.03.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine positive Kritik...
[...] Quick cuts, lots of blood and confusion, blurred images. It hurts and my does it work. The cinematography is fabulous. Hand-held digital most of the time but shots through broken glass, mirror images, very inventive. [...]

[08.03.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine weitere Kritik...
[...] Boyle's second collaboration with author Alex Garland, is certainly an improvement over their first (what wouldn't be?). It's an uneven film, beautifully directed and shot; photography here is sometimes breath-taking. John Murphy II's score haunts.
But, there's something not quite right about the story. [...]


[28.01.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik (3/5)... Und dann gibt es bei AICN noch eine zweite Kritik...
[...] Awesome! The story isn't all that original, but it's still good (think "12 Monkeys" meets "The Omega Man" -- two very cool movies to borrow from). However, the cinematography and direction are great! Shots of London streets with only the hero running around -- London Bridge, Big Ben,.... Worth the admission price just to see these shots. Director Danny Boyle's post-screening story about how they saved money on "big name actors" and used the money to "rent London" f/or one Sunday, from 4am - 8am was neat (and I thought the acting was very good!). As for the use of Digital Camcorders? While the 10+ cameras allowed them to shoot quickly (and from many angles) and made it efficient & effective in the post-production phase, it definitely negatively affects the quality of the finished work. Still, it is a very tense, cool movie [...]

[14.11.2002] Bei AICN gibt es zwei weitere Kritiken...

[07.11.2002] Bei AICN gibt es eine weitere Kritik...
[...] The film delivers in terms of suspense, horror and pacing but does suffer from so below average performances from some of the supporting cast. [...] The film has its genuinely touching moments and its funny moments. [...] With road rage, airline rage, drive by shootings etc are we really that dissimilar to the ‘zombies’ already? Does Jim really need to become infected to display his naked primal rage when confronted by a hostile situation? Is this film a wake up call to the evolution of our species? Maybe, may! be not but I enjoyed every minute of it.

[06.11.2002] Bei AICN gibt es weitere positive Kritiken...

[05.11.2002] Bei AICN gibt es eine positive Kritik von Shea (5/5)...
[...] 28 DAYS LATER isn't for people who think SCREAM is the epitome of modern horror, or for someone who likes their horror served up on a predictable, well-polished silver plate. DUDE, WHERE'S MY CAR? is your favourite movie? Give this one a miss. You'll find it 'slow' and 'boring' and 'too gory' and all the other repetitions used by people who don't like good horror movies. There are no teenage, screaming nymphomaniacs. There is no scene where a girl decides to investigate the strange noise in the basement. alone. only to meet her not-so-unexpected demise. There is no A-list cast or muscle-bound superhero type to save the day. This is about ordinary people in an extraordinary situation; how will they cope? Can they cope? For two hours of near-perfection, you get to find out.

[02.11.2002] Bei Empire Online gibt es Interviews mit Danny Boyle, Cillian Murphy und Alex Garland, der u.a. erklärt warum die Zombies in "28 Days later" rennen...
I love the George Romero/Dario Argento zombie films where they shuffle around but I've always felt if I was there they'd pose me no problem whatsoever. I'd just walk away at a brisk pace and live to fight another day. And running seemed like a good way to get them more threatening and in your face. They were also modelled on people and on human behaviour - on how frightening real people are when they really attack someone with their fists and nails and teeth. Certainly Danny and I spoke about this a lot, the most frightening things that exist tend to be people and very often mobs because you can' t argue with a mob. If they decide to rip you to shreds, that's just what they're going to do. It's something to do with basing them on how we are as opposed to a science-fiction conceit of the living dead.

[25.10.2002] Bei AICN gibt es mehrere, positive Kritiken... Grösster Kritikpunkt: Das Ende... Immerhin wurden 3 verschiedene Enden gedreht, die vermutlich auf der DVD zu sehen sein werden...

[16.10.2002] Die Offizielle Website ist zum Leben erwacht !!! Wer Regisseur Danny Boyle & Co. persönlich treffen möchte, sollte deren "28 Days later" Tour (21.-30.10.) nicht verpassen...

[02.10.2002] Bei AICN gibt es eine positive Kritik von J. McFatBack...

[28.08.2002] Bei Coming Attractions gibt es eine positive Vorab-Kritik...
"After the August 25th Frightfest showing of Spider at the Prince Charles Cinema in London's West End the audience were treated to the completed first reel of 28 Days Later, introduced by Danny Boyle and Andrew MacDonald. Boyle said they were due to finish work on the film in the next two weeks. The first twenty minutes are absolutely superb, including some amazing footage of an empty and ravaged London set to the music of the Canadian group Godspeed You Black Emperor. Judging from the first 20 minutes, this film has the potential to be the best British science fiction film in many, many years. Can't wait to see the whole thing!"

[26.07.2002] Bei AICN gibt es eine positive Kritik...
[...] Overall, it's a combination of dark, Alien-style horror movie, kick-ass zombie movie, love story and (unfortunately in my opinion) comedy. There's a lot of EXTREME action, and Danny Boyle handles these scenes with great confidence and subtlety and flair, proving that he can well and truly play with the Hollywood boys - in fact, this movie sees him really moving forward as a director, using digital cameras, giving the movie a very different look from anything else out there right now. [...]

[11.08.2001] Phantastik.de meldet...
Duncan Kenworthy, Produzent des Films "28 Days Later", hat gegenueber "Empire Online" ein wenig ueber die Story des SF-Films verraten: Demnach wird der Held des Films, ein Motorrad-Fan, 28 Tage im Koma liegen. Als er erwacht hat sich England dramatisch veraendert - er findet jedermann tot vor. Der Film spielt nach einer drastischen Katastrophe, die nur wenige ueberleben.

[11.08.2001] Phantastik.de meldet...
Fox Searchlight und die britische Firma Film Council werden nun gemeinsam den SF-Film "28 Days Later" in die Kinos bringen. Grund hierfuer sei laut "Variety", dass das Budget von 15 Mio. US-Dollar mit hoher Wahrscheinlichkeit ueberschritten werde. Die Produktion des Films beginnt im August in London, die Story dreht sich um einen Virus, der die Menschheit vernichtet [...]


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