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This Is What the Olympic Opening Ceremony Looked Like From a Performer’s Perspective

Friday saw the official opening of the Olympics with Danny Boyle's colossal Opening Ceremony. From agriculture, through industrial revolution, to music and, finally, the digital age. Here's what it looked like from the point of view of one of the performers, turning green and pastoral lands into molten metal and industrial furnaces. Incredible. Read More >>

Lolympics: Day 0

It's OC-day, that's the first official day of the London 2012 Olympic Games marked by the Opening Ceremony. That kicks off tonight, and is bound to be a wondrous occassion, filled with British pride and spectacular choreography, if everyone can get there that is. It's not quite as hot, so maybe the trains will be able to stop this time around, as long as the drivers aren't necking performance-enhancing beer that is. Read More >>

Fake Clouds and Real Cows Bring the British Countryside to the Olympic Opening Ceremony

Director Danny Boyle has revealed his plans for the London 2012 Olympic opening ceremony, and for once it's not all bowler hats and red buses. We'll be seeing a fake Glastonbury, real cows, battling traditional and modern mosh pits and simulated rolling countryside welcoming the world to London 2012. Read More >>