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Danny Boyle mum on Asia for next film
By Patrick Frater
Danny Boyle won't say whether his next film will be in Asia or take on an Asian angle, but the "Slumdog Millionaire" director seems to be whooping it up on his first visit to China as much as he did in India.
Boyle describes the jury process as "valuable, because we are helping to build profile and careers," but he admits to being "concerned about not being too bossy.
While they have optioned rights to Suketu Mehta's "Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found," a book that also served as a reference while shooting "Slumdog," Boyle said that will not be first up.
"I've just seen three amazing Asian cities," he said.
This (set) could be the difference between getting a film made or not," he said.
And I continue to aim to be ambitious, to promise myself 'don't be careful,' and to enjoy a spirit of recklessness.
Maybe she should have stopped with last year's Marilyn Monroe spread in New York Magazine.
Lindsay Lohan recreated that photoshoot with NY Magazine, down to the lighting.