Super-highly anticipated sequel starring Ewan McGregor and Robert Carlyle hits UK cinemas in January.

Sony Pictures’ Brazilian division has released a new trailer for Trainspotting 2.

Though the new trailer is broadly similar to the British version that debuted earlier this month, it runs about 20 seconds longer and features several glimpses of new footage. Watch below.

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Trainspotting 2 – officially billed as T2 Trainspotting – sees the original cast of the 1996 movie, including stars Ewan McGregor and Robert Carlyle, team up again with director Danny Boyle. It will be released on January 27, 2017 in the UK and February 3 in the US.

Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh has recently spoken to NME about the upcoming sequel. He said of the new movie: “It has managed to take the most dynamic elements of the [Trainspotting] book and Porno [Trainspotting sequel book, on which T2 is partially based] but also look forward to how it can be contemporary and present day… In some ways, I think it’s a better movie [than Trainspotting]… They have become such iconic characters and this is going to cement that status even more.”

Welsh previously revealed that the sequel will see his much-loved characters Renton, Begbie, Sick Boy and Spud find a “very innovative” way to get involved in the world of pornography.

“I tell you, this film is going to be quite emotional for people. Because the film sort of tells you to think about yourself. You are going to be thinking: ‘Fuck. What have I done with my life?’” Robert Carlyle told NME last year.

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Meanwhile, the original Trainspotting soundtrack has been reissued on vinyl this month (November) and shot straight to the top of the UK vinyl charts.