Danny Boyle is reuniting together with his Trainspotting staff for a sequel to his high-octane, leap forward 1996 movie.
In response to the cult hit novel via Irvine Welsh, the trendy, high-energy film adopted a Scottish drug addict and his motley group of low-income pals dwelling in Edinburgh.
“Like virtually everybody my age, I had the [film’s] ‘Select Travels’ poster on my college dorm-room wall,” TriStar president Hannah Minghella advised the Hollywood Reporter, describing Trainspotting as a seminal film.
“I’ve sought after to paintings with Danny ever since, so the chance to collaborate at the sequel is really a dream come true. It completely represents the filmmaker-driven films I’m dedicated to creating.”
That includes arguable scenes depicting each the highs and lows of heroin habit and fuelled via a rollicking, hits-filled soundtrack, Trainspotting vaulted each Boyle and megastar Ewan McGregor (Renton) to global status.
The forged additionally incorporated Jonny Lee Miller (Ill Boy), Robert Carlyle (Begbie), Ewen Bremner (Spud), Kevin McKidd (Tommy) and Kelly Macdonald (Diane).
Ever since Welsh revealed Porno, a Trainspotting follow-up set about 20 years later, Boyle has attempted to reunite the unique fundamental forged for a film sequel.
McGregor, Miller, Carlyle and Bremner have now all signed on for the brand new challenge, which Trainspotting screenwriter John Hodge will loosely adapt from Welsh’s novel sequel.
“It is been 20 years since we met those characters and John Hodge’s screenplay brilliantly explores what is came about to them — and to us — within the intervening years,” Boyle stated.
“We will be able to’t wait to get going.”
The sequel is predicted to start filming in 2016.
Supply : cbc