Ewan McGregor Confirms ‘Trainspotting 2’ Will Start Shooting In May | Film News
As fans of Trainspotting are anxiously anticipating its sequel, Ewan McGregor has now confirmed that filming will begin in May. The follow-up to the classic 1996 movie is reportedly set to explore the core themes of its predecessor – prostitution and drugs among others – in a very innovative way.
McGregor told Collider, “We haven’t started yet, we start shooting at the end of May”, adding “The script only arrived very recently, which was really, really, really good. I think, if that had not happened, none of us would be into it. I think we’re all sort of somewhat protective of what Trainspotting means to people, and what it means to us”.
The script is written by John Hodge and the film is once again being directed by Danny Boyle. “None of us want to make a poor sequel to it,” the actor continued. “So had we not been presented with the most extraordinary script, which we were, I think we wouldn’t be making the sequel. But because we were, we are”.
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