Will Naomie Harris Do "28 Weeks Later"?

by | July 19, 2006 | Comments

From "28 Days Later" to "After the Sunset" to "Pirates 2" to "Miami Vice," the lovely and talented Naomie Harris kinda came out of nowhere. But would she be interested in returning for the sequel "28 Weeks Later"?

From IGN FilmForce: "The actress admitted that she had no idea whether she’d be in the movie or not but she did reveal that she was recently on a London-to-L.A. flight with "28" producer Andrew Macdonald, who advised her that there may be a part for her in the sequel.

Harris expressed interest in reprising her role as the tough survivor Selena but she did not know anything further about the sequel. She said the script is still being written (by Rowan Joffe) so it is possible that Selena might not end up in it. "28 Weeks Later" will be directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo.

(Fox recently claimed a May release date for the sequel, which means they probably like the screenplay.)

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