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T2 Trainspotting (2017)

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After 20 years abroad, Mark Renton returns to Scotland and reunites with his old friends Sick Boy, Spud and Begbie.

Director: Danny Boyle
Writer: John Hodge

Release Date: 2017-01-27
Status: Released
Run time: 117 min / 1:57
Budget: $18,000,000
Revenue: $42,067,430
Production Companies : Creative Scotland, DNA Films, TriStar Pictures, Decibel Films, Film4 Productions, Cloud Eight Films
Production Country: United Kingdom
Release Date: 2017-01-27
Status: Released
Run time: 117 min / 1:57
Budget: $18,000,000
Revenue: $42,067,430

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Casts

Ewan McGregor
as Mark "Rent Boy" Renton
Jonny Lee Miller
as Simon "Sick Boy" Williamson
Ewen Bremner
as Daniel "Spud" Murphy
Robert Carlyle
as Francis "Franco" Begbie
Anjela Nedyalkova
as Veronika Kovach
Kelly Macdonald
as Diane Coulston
Shirley Henderson
as Gail Houston
Irvine Welsh
as Mikey Forrester
James Cosmo
as Mr. Renton
Eileen Nicholas
as Mrs. Renton (archive footage)
Karl Argue
as Mad Pipper
Simon Weir
as Jailhoose
Pauline Turner
as June Begbie
Scot Greenan
as Frank Junior
Gordon Kennedy
as Tulloch
Steven Robertson
as Stoddart
John Kazek
as Tom
Bradley Welsh
as Doyle
Katie Leung
as Nurse
Tom Urie
as Big Bear
Amy Manson
as Woman in Club
Christopher Douglas
as Chris the Oracle
James McElvar
as Simon Williamson (aged 20)
Connor McIndoe
as Mark Renton (aged 20)
John Bell
as Spud Murphy (aged 20)
Michael Shaw
as Tommy MacKenzie (aged 20)
Christopher Mullen
as Francis Begbie (aged 20)
Elijah Wolf
as Tommy MacKenzie (aged 9)
Ben Skelton
as Mark Renton (aged 9)
Kyle Fitzpatrick
as Fergus
Tereza Duskova
as Tourism Girl
Kevin McKidd
as Tommy MacKenzie (archive footage)
Blair Flucker
as Club Patron (uncredited)

Crew

Directing Danny Boyle Director
Writing Irvine Welsh Novel
Writing John Hodge Adaptation
Writing John Hodge Screenplay
Production Bernard Bellew Producer
Production Danny Boyle Producer
Production Christian Colson Producer
Production Andrew Macdonald Producer
Editing Jon Harris Editor
Production Gail Stevens Casting
Art Mark Tildesley Production Design
Art Adam Squires Art Direction
Art Véronique Melery Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Stephen Noble Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Chris Lyons Facial Setup Artist
Production Claire Campbell Production Manager
Crew John Gorman Property Master
Writing Brendan Houghton Storyboard
Art Katie Johnston Painter
Art Elo Soode Conceptual Design
Sound Glenn Freemantle Sound Designer
Sound Glenn Freemantle Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Colin Gregory First Assistant Sound Editor
Sound Colin Nicolson Production Sound Mixer
Production Rebecca Farhall Casting Associate
Crew Martin Auld Driver
Crew Russell D. Equi Transportation Captain
Crew Andy Finnie Driver
Crew Stuart W. Fraser Driver
Production Neil Cairns Production Accountant
Crew Amy MacIlraith Transportation Coordinator
Directing Sylvia Parker Script Supervisor
Camera Anthony Dod Mantle Director of Photography
Costume & Make-Up Lee Gren Tattoo Designer
Costume & Make-Up Kamen Glover Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Heather Manson Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Ivana Primorac Hair Designer
Camera Alastair Rae Camera Operator
Lighting Thomas Neivelt Gaffer
Camera Jaap Buitendijk Still Photographer
Camera Graeme Hunter Still Photographer
Crew Jim Elliott Armorer
Sound Rick Smith Original Music Composer
Sound Niv Adiri Sound Designer
Sound Ben Barker Sound Designer
Sound Danny Freemantle Sound Effects Editor

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  • T2 Trainspotting is a far superior film in terms of displaying what the world is like and how technology is consuming us on a daily basis, which is not something that the first film could benefit ...

  • Danny Boyle’s followup to the cult 1996 hit isn’t quite as quick and extraordinary as the original, but it is a funny, moving ode to middle-aged male disillusion whose risks pay off in spades

  • And generally speaking, T2 is very much a nostalgia piece, revisiting all of the iconic imagery, scenery and/or moments which made the first movie so overtly unique, refreshing and unforgettable: from the worst toilet in Scotland, to parallel chase sequence moments, to snarky comments about the danger of underage girls; this follow-up seems ...

  • By Daniel Krupa. Trainspotting is one of the most iconic, influential British films ever made. Danny Boyle’s movie about taking heroin and ‘choosing life’ defined a generation like no other.

  • T2 Trainspotting is an extended recap of Trainspotting without the promise of a cyborg Armageddon "Previously in trainspotting, a bunch of losers took heroine and danced to iggy pop". As relevant as Begbies wasted erection.

  • T2 Trainspotting review – still in a class A of their own 4 / 5 stars 4 out of 5 stars. Danny Boyle’s long-awaited sequel to the era-defining Trainspotting is a vibrant and welcome reunion

  • Ghosts of the past, both literal and figurative, haunt “T2 Trainspotting,” Danny Boyle’s droll and wistful return to the Scottish reprobates who, 21 years ago in “Trainspotting,” made ...

  • This review of T2: Trainspotting is spoiler free **** (4/5) "They may be twenty years older when trying to reconnect but they are still none the wiser", was the quote from director Danny Boyle when promoting T2: Trainspotting that may be so but they have still moments of seriousness. They still have the emotion, the same taste or even the same ...

  • Like Trainspotting, T2 is a black comedy in places; in others, it’s a thriller, with one late sequence even recalling an intense chase from Blade Runner, of all things.