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28 Weeks Later Debuts in London

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I wasn't really looking forward to 28 Days Later, but that zombie flick really did win me over. It really didn't try to break the reigns of the genre or invent new ways to tell zombie stories, it didn't really try to do anything other than be a good zombie flick.

The sequel, 28 Weeks Later, won't feature the same cast as the first film, but it still figures to be a pretty fun time. 28 Weeks Later opens on May 11th in the United States.

Exec producer Danny Boyle, director of "28 Days Later," handpicked Fresnadillo to direct the sequel and was on hand to unveil "28 Weeks." Scenes were shot at the crack of dawn on Shaftesbury Avenue and the new Wembley soccer stadium to deliver the appropriately eerily empty feel.

Lets just hope they haven't jumped the shark.
  • USA Today has compiled a list of their Top 10 "scream queens."
  • The BBC is getting into the online-streaming business for television.
  • New films and TV shows hitting DVD this week.
  • Another American Idol contestant proves why these people should be anything but idoled.
  • Angelina Jolie talks up her news/exploitation film based on the murder of journalist Daniel Pearl.
  • Nominations for the MTV movie awards are out. And they are qualified to give out awards for movies..why?
  • TV Squad was invited to the set of Heroes, and has the lowdown plus an interview.
  • Thomas Haden Church is marrying a porn star.
  • Mel Gibson is thinking about doing another Maverick.
  • Now Nielsen is tracking blogs for "net buzz". The verdict? Die Hard 3 is going to do very well.
  • Toby Macguire credits Leonardo DiCaprio for teaching him how to act. Well, that explains a lot.
  • Rumors confirmed, Grindhouse will be split into two separate features in the U.K.
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