Director Danny Boyle confirms that the new sequel to 28 Days Later is currently being prepared
Danny Boyle has revealed that he is working on a new sequel to his 2002 film, 28 Days Later.
The director explained how a third part of the franchise is now in the making with screenwriter Alex Garland, who wrote the original film.
Talk to The independent, he said: & # 39; Alex Garland and I have a great idea for the third part. It is well.
Film: Danny Boyle has revealed that he is working on a new sequel to his 2002 film, 28 Days Later
& # 39; The original movie led to a bit of a revival in the zombie drama and there is no reference to it. It doesn't feel stale at all.
& # 39; He concentrates on the fact that he is currently directing his own work, so it's really standing still, but it's a you-never-know. & # 39;
28 Days Later stars Cillian Murphy as a man named Jim waking up from a coma 28 days after Britain was decimated by an anger-inducing virus.
Made on a budget of $ 8 million (£ 6.27 million), the film was very profitable at the checkout, with a revenue of $ 65 million (£ 50.9 million).
Franchise: The director explained how a third episode in the franchise is now being made with screenwriter Alex Garland, who wrote the original film (shown in June 2019)
Credited with revitalizing the zombie genre, the film was previously ranked by Time Out Magazine as one of the best 100 best British films ever made.
The film was followed by the follow-up 28 Weeks Layer in 2007, which followed the efforts of a NATO-led military force that established a safe zone in London in an effort to begin the country's reconstruction.
28 Weeks Later Rose Byrne, Idris Elba and Robert Carlyle played and was well received by critics.
There has been a third film in the franchise with Alex Garland for some time, who said earlier that a new episode was discussed in 2015 for the first time.
Success: credited with revitalizing the zombie genre, the film was previously ranked by Time Out magazine as one of the best 100 best British films ever made
Although the title and plot of the new film project are unknown at the moment, the writer said it is likely 28 & # 39; months & # 39; after the viral outbreak.
In an interview with IGN, he said: & # 39; We have an idea. Danny (Boyle) and (producer) Andrew (Macdonald) and I have had quite serious conversations about it so it's a possibility. It's complicated.
& # 39; There are a whole host of reasons why it's complicated, that it's boring, so I'm not going into it, but there is a possibility. & # 39;
& # 39; It is more likely 28 months than 28 years. 28 years gives you another place to go. 28 years are likely to last.
Continued: the movie was followed by the sequel 28 Weeks Layer in 2007 following the efforts of a NATO-led military force to establish a safe zone in London
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