An unofficial follow-up 'S. Darko', done without Kelly's involvement, flopped on release in 2009.
Donnie Darko was arguably the greatest cult movie of the noughties, enjoying a huge lifespan following its 2001 release, but it has never gotten a proper sequel despite popular demand for future action in the franchise.
However, its director Richard Kelly has indicated that he does have plans to revisit his strangely constructed universe in the future – but not just yet.
Speaking to HMV this week, the 41 year auteur – who was in his mid-twenties when he directed Donnie Darko – was asked whether he had any plans to return to the project that made his name all those years ago. He responded that he was “working on a lot of different projects” and plans “to be back behind a camera in 2017.”
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The story, very loosely based on the exploits of female bounty hunter Domino Harvey (Keira Knightley), follows our heroine as she grows dissatisfied with her socialite upbringing and embraces the darker side of law enforcement. Her mentor on this journey is legendary bounty hunter Ed Mosbey (Mickey Rourke), assisted by pseudo-comic relief Choco (Edgar Ramirez). That she meets these gentlemen as they try to scam hundreds of dollars off of would-be bounty hunters (including herself) doesn't dissuade her from trusting them with her new life.
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Set in 1988, Donnie Darko is a John Hughes teen movie tinged with David Lynch-ian gloom and perversity. It begins innocently enough around the Darko's dining room table, where we find out the older sister (Maggie Gyllenhaal) is rebelliously voting for Dukakis and Donnie (Jake Gyllenhaal, Bubble Boy) is off his meds. From here, the film churns forward at a hypnotic pace, revealing facts about its disturbed but endearing title character.
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