With five months to go until the classic original movie celebrates its twentieth anniversary, Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle has confirmed that all four of the main cast members of Trainspotting are on board to make a sequel.

Boyle, who was speaking at the Telluride Film Festival ahead of the first-ever screening of the Steve Jobs biopic project he helped to save from oblivion, also announced that the screenplay for the sequel (adapted from Irvine Welsh’s 2002 novel ‘Porno’) had already been written by John Hodge, who was nominated for an Oscar for his work on the first movie in 1997.

Danny BoyleDanny Boyle has confirmed that the core cast of 'Trainspotting' is on board for a sequel

“All the four main actors want to come back and do it,” 58 year old Boyle stated to Deadline on Sunday night (September 6th). “Now it is only a matter of getting all their schedules together which is complicated by two of them doing American TV series.”

Earlier this year, Trainspotting’s lead actor Ewan McGregor, who played Mark Renton, hinted that he would be interested in a sequel, many years after having a public falling-out with Boyle after the film’s release. Boyle’s statement now means that co-stars Robert Carlyle, Jonny Lee Miller and Ewan Bremner are now secured.

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The busy schedules that Boyle refers to are Jonny Lee Miller, who plays Sherlock Holmes in CBS’ hit series ‘Elementary’, and Robert Carlyle, who is currently cast as Mr. Gold / Rumpelstiltskin on ABC’s ‘Once Upon a Time’.

The premise of Welsh’s sequel ‘Porno’ sees Simon ‘Sick Boy’ Williamson (Miller’s character) enlisting Renton to help him make a porn movie, at the same time as the psychotic Francis ‘Franco’ Begbie is released from prison.

The original Trainspotting was shot in Glasgow (though it’s supposed to set in Edinburgh) over seven weeks in early 1995 on a budget of just $2 million, and went on to take just over $72 million worldwide. It quickly came to be regarded as a modern classic, and was one of the defining movies of the ‘90s, spawning two soundtracks and being nominated for an Oscar for Adapted Screenplay.

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