A sequel to 1999 British cult classic “Human Traffic” is in the works.
The original film’s writer and director Justin Kerrigan made the announcement over the weekend at a 20th anniversary celebration for the first film which followed five friends who spend one lost weekend in a mix of music, love and club culture.
Titled “Human Traffic: The Revolution,” the story will reportedly be set in Cardiff and Ibiza. Danny Dyer, Shaun Parkes, Nicola Reynolds and more of the original cast are set to reprise their roles, though no mention was made of lead star John Simm.
Kerrigan says: “We’re doing Human Traffic 2!. It’s about one race, the human race, and a reaction to Brexit. We love you people and we can’t wait to see you again.”
Sally Hibbin will produce for Parallax East. No release date has been set.