A 'Trainspotting' Sequel Will Be Danny Boyle's Next Movie

Choose life. Choose sequels.

After Danny Boyle's "Steve Jobs" debuted at the Telluride Film Festival to rave reviews over the weekend, the director revealed some major news.

Boyle told Deadline that his next project will be a sequel to his 1996 dark comedy-drama "Trainspotting." The director said, "All the four main actors want to come back and do it." The original cast included Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, Jonny Lee Miller and Robert Carlyle as a group of heroin addicts in 1980s Edinburgh. McGregor previously told The Guardian in June that he was "up" for a sequel to the heroin junkie movie, so now it's just a matter of scheduling. 

But fans of the original movie may be wondering, what could a sequel even be about? Could we actually watch them do more heroin? More toilet diving? Nope, it will be about the porn industry.

Irvine Welsh, who wrote the novel "Trainspotting" was based on, also wrote a sequel called Porno in 2002, which finds the main characters working in the porn business 10 years later. A script for "Trainspotting 2" is already in the works from original screenwriter John Hodge, which Boyle called "terrific." Choose life, choose a career, choose family, and apparently, choose porn.

For more, head to Deadline.

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