‘Human Traffic 2’: Danny Dyer hints at potential sequel

Cult British film was released in 1999

A sequel to cult ’90s film Human Traffic is reportedly in the works, with Danny Dyer hinting at his involvement.

The original Human Traffic film was released in 1999, set over the course of a drug-fuelled weekend in Cardiff. It starred John Simm, Lorraine Pilkington, Shaun Parkes and Nicola Reynolds, while Dyer made his film debut as character Moff.

Loaded reports that a Facebook page has been launched to promote an upcoming sequel, titled Human Traffic: The Revolution.


The follow-up film will be reportedly be written and directed by Welsh filmmaker Justin Kerrigan, who worked on the first movie. The sequel is said to be set in Cardiff and Ibiza. Film company Parallax East is behind the project, with Sally Hibbin producing.

Danny Dyer hinted that he could reprise the role of Moff, tweeting that it was “one of my favourite characters ever”. See that tweet beneath.

Watch a trailer for the original film below.