28 Days Later
Director: Danny Boyle
Production Company: DNA Films, British Film Council
Virus turns most of humankind into savage beasts while a few survivors try to stay alive. SJ
Only the incredible deserted London shots near the opening of the film have been grabbed so far. But Mark O’Neill has improved on this.
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Thomas's, London SE1
St Thomas' Hospital taken by Mark O'Neill, who's taken on 28 Days in a big way.
Coade stone lion as Murphy crosses Westminster Bridge.
Taken from the hospital gardens facing Westminster Bridge and the London Eye. MO'N
Westminster Bridge with prop, one hopes, litter.
Westminster Bridge towards Big Ben. MO'N. Artistic reflection in the wet pavement. SJ
Whitehall: a similar grab was chosen for the cover of London Film Locations Guide, edition 1.
A lovely shot of the same place now, provided by Peter who comments "The lampost has been moved and a bus stop added. Better late than never!"
Useless money floating about.
Duke of York's column from The Mall, SW1. SJ
The Royal Exchange, EC3.
- 'Now' required
Tottenham Court Road, W1
Angel of Charity, Piccadilly Circus, W1.
From ground level, this is the best shot that Peter could manage before Eros disappeared under wraps for an early Christmas.
These following are added grabs courtesy of Mark O'Neill . The survivors arrive at Waverley Abbey.
Waverley Abbey, Farnham, Surrey, GU9 8EP. Mark also too the nows as well. Great work!
Frank (Brendan Gleeson) and Hannah (Megan Burns) unload the taxi. Megan Burns is now a major player on the UK rock circuit. her stage name is 'Betty Curse'.
Still all Mark's work.
Mark's pushing the boundaries in line with my penchant for rocks. The grey has since legged it along with the fence. SJ Mark's now, while he observes "Landscaping and corrosion taking its toll..."
Jim and Selena go for a stroll.
Still Waverley Abbey, Farnham
Time to go. (Manchester from London...via Surrey!)
And Mark once again concluding the Waverley Abbey sequence.
East India DLR Station, Docklands, London.
And now... Mark's back at work
Outside the station.
Hey, they're real. Mark again.
Canary Wharf underground station, all last grabs supplied by Mark O'Neill.
Mark's now. London Movie Guide (Batsford) tells us that Agent Cody Banks 2, Spivs and The Constant Gardener also featured these escalators.
An additional still provided by Will who writes, At 43 mins 24 seconds in, there's a view of Whitgift Street in Croydon. The structure is the underside of the Croydon Flyover and the NCP car park.
A temporary google view to prove Will's identification. The building on the right is new and was formerly waste ground where fake corpses were piled along with the bulldozer. (SJ)