Danny Boyle

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  • Birth Place: Radcliffe, England
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 10/20/1956, Libra
  • Profession: Director; producer
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Which Hollywood Honcho Called Angelina Jolie a "Minimally Talented Spoiled Brat"?

There's a good chance that the behind-the-scenes drama around the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic will trump any entertainment value the movie itself offers.

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Is Natalie Portman Joining the Steve Jobs Biopic?

Natalie Portman is in early talks to join Aaron Sorkin's upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, Deadline reports.

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Report: Christian Bale in Talks to Play Apple's Steve Jobs

"I'm Steve Jobs."

Nope, it doesn't have quite the same ring to it as "I'm Batman," but it'll have to do.

Oscar winner Christian Bale, who donned the Caped Crusader costume for Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy, is reportedly in talks to play Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in Sony's biopic JobsVariety reports.

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Videos

Trance
127 Hours (Uk) Aron Falls Into Canyon
127 Hours: I Love You
28 Days Later Scene: Father?

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Slumdog Millionaire
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Trance
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Trance

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The Daily Show 4/4/2013
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Cherubim and Seraphim

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Credits

Year Title Description
2013 Trance Movie, Director
2013 Trance Movie, Producer
2010 127 Hours Movie, Writer
2010 127 Hours Movie, Director
2010 127 Hours Movie, Producer

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FX Lands World War II Miniseries From Slumdog Millionaire's Danny Boyle

FX has struck a deal with director-writer-producer Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) to make a new 10-part miniseries about World War II, the cable network announced Friday.

Written by Slumdog Millionaire and 127 Hours scribe Simon Beaufoy, Telemark is based on the true story of... read more

Top Moments: The Olympics Burn Bright and Dallas' New Gunshot Mystery

Our top moments of the week:

12. Most Tone-Deaf Elimination:
The Glee Project takes an interesting turn when the show's arguably three best singers land in the bottom three and are forced to sing for Ryan Murphy. Shanna, this season's frontrunner, dominates her Kelly Clarkson tune before mustering the courage to tell Murphy she doesn't belong at the bottom. Shockingly, he decides she's wrong and sends her packing. Um, so who's going to be the next Rachel Berry now?

11. Best 'Shipper Switcheroo: Now that Pretty Little Liars' Caleb is back in Rosewood, he and Hanna are sure to get back together, right? ... read more

Ratings: Opening Night of Olympic Competition Sets Record

Thanks  in part to Ryan Lochte's gold medal win, the first night of Olympic competition in London became the most-watched summer Olympics opening night on record, NBC announced Sunday.

An average of 28.7 million viewers tuned in for the opening night, nine million more viewers than Athens'opening night in 2004 (19.8 million) and nearly 5 million more than Beijing in 2008 (24.0 million).

London Olympics opening ceremony scores ratings high

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London Olympics Opening Ceremony Scores Ratings High

The Danny Boyle-directed opening ceremonies of the London Olympics was a ratings juggernaut for NBC, receiving the highest overnight rating for a non-U.S.-based Olympic opening ceremony ever.

In all, an average of 40.7 million people watched NBC's programming, according to Nielsen. This landed London at 7 percent higher than Beijing's, 28 percent higher than Athens', 24 percent higher than Sydney's and 15 percent higher than Vancouver's Game openers.

The Opening Ceremony was also a huge success for the BBC, beating out all other recent Game openers for the network, Deadline reports. read more

Olympic Opening Ceremonies: The Best Tweets

The 2012 London Olympics officially got underway Friday with a grand (if a bit eccentric) opening ceremony conceived by Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle.

2012 Olympics: Check out the stars to watch

With the help of celebrities including Daniel Craig, Kenneth Branagh, J.K. Rowling, David Beckham and Sir Paul McCartney -- not to mention a ... read more

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