The weekend has landed… again! But the streets of Cardiff will be swapped for somewhere more exotic.
Rumours of a sequel to the iconic 90’s film have been circulating since the emergence of a Facebook page called Human Traffic: The Revolution. Danny Dyer, who starred as the lovable Moff in the 1999 original took to Twitter to tease fans and seemingly give the new film a green light.
Moff. One of my favourite characters ever. That's all I'm saying on the matter. 😉 https://t.co/g7BwoXY4hc
— Danny Dyer (@MrDDyer) May 16, 2016
Justin Kerigan, who masterminded the production of the classic hit nearly 20 years ago returns to write this much-anticipated remake which will see Pals Jip, Lulu, Koop, Nina and Moff reunite once again for an unforgettable weekend.
The original was set in Cardiff and focused on the five aforementioned rave seekers as they embarked on an ecstasy-fuelled experience during the height of the 90’s club scene.
It was the unexpected smash hit of the year and won various awards thanks to its unique take on the social and political trends seen in Great Britain at the time. The soundtrack wasn’t too bad either!
The streets of the Welsh capital will be swapped for Europe’s clubbing hotspot, Ibiza in the sequel which will certainly provide the gang with a new experience.
John Simm, Lorraine Pilkington, Shaun Parkes, Nicola Reynolds and of course, Danny Dyer starred in the 1999 original but it’s unclear whether the whole gang will re-unite for the second edition.
The cold hard facts surrounding Human Traffic: The Revolution are yet to be established with no mention of a release date. Film fans could well be kept in the dark for a while but as the old adage goes: good things come to those who wait!