’28 Years Later’ Coming in 2025. Jodie Comer Set to Star, Will Be Part of New Trilogy

Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Ralph Fiennes are also set to star alongside Comer.



Sony Pictures Entertainment has officially announced the release date for the much-awaited sequel, “28 Years Later,” directed by acclaimed filmmaker Danny Boyle. The film is slated to hit theaters on June 20, 2025.

Starring in this thrilling installment are esteemed actors Jodie Comer, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Ralph Fiennes, who are set to bring their talent to the continuation of the popular “28 Days Later” and “28 Weeks Later” series.

Penned by the renowned screenwriter Alex Garland, plot details for the eagerly anticipated screenplay are being closely guarded. However, it has been revealed that “28 Years Later” will be part of an upcoming trilogy, with discussions underway for Nia DaCosta to direct the second film.

Boyle and Garland are on board as producers, alongside original producer Andrew Macdonald and Peter Rice. Bernie Bellew is also tapped for production duties. Additionally, Cillian Murphy returns as an executive producer, although his role in the cast is yet to be confirmed.

“28 Days Later,” released in 2002, marked a significant milestone in cinematic horror, with Boyle at the helm and Garland providing the script. The sequel, “28 Weeks Later,” followed in 2007, further solidifying the franchise’s status as a fan-favorite.

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