Danny Boyle’s upcoming Sex Pistols drama continued to shoot on the streets of London on Sunday.
The 1970s were recreated in St John’s Wood as a vintage double-decker bus and classic cars were spotted on the roads, while cast and crew walked in PPE between takes.
The bus was spotted heading for Liverpool Street, with a VW camper and a classic Vauxhall spied on the road as well.
Bustling: Danny Boyle’s upcoming Sex Pistols drama continued to shoot the streets of London on Sunday
The crew were packed during the on-site photo shoot, in winter coats amid the cold March weather.
Scenes have been shot in various locations around the capital in recent weeks, with some of the stars from the series in the spotlight.
They included Iris Law as Soo Catwoman, Anson Boon as Johnny Rotten, and Maisie Williams as Pamela Rooke AKA Jordan.
The six-part series based on the iconic Britband will be titled Pistols.
Classic Cars: A VW camper has been seen on location in St John’s Wood
Toot Toot! A vintage Vauxhall was also spied on the road
Are you going east? A bus was seen heading towards Liverpool Street
Back in time: The 1970s were recreated in St John’s Wood when the vintage double-decker bus and classic cars were spotted on the roads as the cast and crew walked in PPE between takes
The group was notoriously mired in spats – with guitarist Steve Jones known to have an affair with bandmate Sid Vicious’s girlfriend Nancy Spungen.
In the first behind-the-scenes footage released after filming earlier this year, the actors portraying the characters were snuck together, presumably to do the deed.
The snaps saw Toby Wallace as Jones with his arms around Miss Spungen, played by Emma Appleton, as they stepped into a green mini in Peckham.
Jones has admitted to sleeping with the peroxide blonde American, saying, “I don’t think so [Vicious] ever discovered, and I don’t think it would bother him too much if he did. ‘
Coming soon: the six-part series based on the iconic Britband will be titled Pistols
Stand-by: crew packed up during the on-site photo shoot, in winter jackets amid the cold March weather
On location: Scenes have been shot in various locations in the capital in recent weeks, with a number of stars from the series in the spotlight.
On Set: Iris Law as Soo Catwoman, Anson Boon as Johnny Rotten and Maisie Williams as Pamela Rooke AKA Jordan
The six-piece part is based on Lonely Boy: Tales From A Sex Pistol, a 2018 memoir by Jones about how he rose to fame alongside his bandmates.
Jones described his prolific sex life, including seducing his bandmates’ girlfriends, revealing how he “ took one for the team ” by getting in touch with Miss Spungen.
‘She was so whiny, I was baffled by what he did [Sid] could have found her attractive – she just seemed to have so little to recommend her as a person, ‘he wrote.
Vicious, who is played by Louis Partridge, was born Simon John Richie. He died of a drug overdose in 1979, aged 21, while awaiting trial for the murder of 20-year-old Miss Spungen.
Mimicking Life: Recordings for the Sex Pistols drama series include this scene where guitarist Steve Jones sneaks away with Nancy Spungen (left), bandmate Sid Vicious’s girlfriend
Boyle recently directed a night shoot with Anson Boon as singer Johnny Rotten and Jacob Slater as drummer Paul Cook.
Sydney Chandler, who plays Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders and will star with Harry Styles in Don’t Worry Darling, joined the group as they huddled next to a red phone booth.
Partridge and Boon shared behind-the-scenes selfies of those practicing their punk growls during rehearsals.
Boyle’s series follows the rise of the band and their relationship with manager Malcolm McLaren and his then-girlfriend Vivienne Westwood, played by Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Tallulah Riley.
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Christian Lees plays original bassist Glen Matlock, who was replaced by Vicious in 1977.
Dylan Llewellyn performs as Wally Nightingale, who formed a band with classmates Cook and Jones in 1972, but was replaced by Rotten when they turned into the Sex Pistols. He died in 1996 at the age of 40.
Pistol will be shown on the US channel FX in 2022. The previous shows have been broadcast on the BBC.