I got all excited in the stomach when I heard the news that there is a sequel to the 1979 movie Quadrophenia.
It was revealed back in October that Bill Curbishley, the man who produced the original movie, was working on a script for a sequel to Quadrophenia.
Just to refresh the memory, here’s a trailer of the original:
This new movie will be set in the 1970′s; the journey of young Jimmy Cooper (originally played by Phil Daniels) carries on 10 years after the original storyline. Whether or not our home town Brighton will be involved in the story is yet to be confirmed.
I’m sure there will be a lot of both scepticism and pure excitement about this.. We will update you on any further news as and when we have it!
Until then, just sit back and enjoy the original 1973 album by The Who:
Peter Meadows Update:
Since this was posted, it has certainly made some great discussion! Here’s the latest update from Peter himself regarding his books, and the status of the film:
Peter states that the actor, screenwriter, producer & director, Ray Burdis wants to direct this movie.
Pete Townshend Update:
There have also been rumours that Pete Townshend’s “White City” project could also play a part of a sequel, which can be heard/watched below:
Whether it is Bill Curbishley’s script, Peter Meadows’ books or Townshend’s project that is used, we are sure to see some sort of sequel in the next coming years.