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"28 Years Later" Release Date Revealed

Sat 11 May 2024 | 12:42 PM
Yara Sameh

The release date for Danny Boyle’s “28 Years Later” has been revealed. 

Sony Pictures has slated the long-awaited project for June 20, 2025.

Jodie Comer, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Ralph Fiennes are set to star in the sequel to “28 Days Later” and “28 Weeks Later.”

Plot details are still being kept under wraps for the new screenplay, written by Alex Garland. 

It will be part of an upcoming trilogy, for which Nia DaCosta is in talks to direct the second movie.

Boyle and Garland are producing, as is original producer Andrew Macdonald and Peter Rice. 

Bernie Bellew is also producing. Cillian Murphy is also returning as an executive producer, but is not currently attached to star.

“28 Days Later” was released in 2002 and starred a largely unknown Murphy as a bike courier who discovers the release of contagious virus upon awaking from a coma. 

Boyle directed the pic from a script by  Garland. The sequel, “28 Weeks Later,” was released in 2007.