PICTURED for the first time Danny Boyle’s Sex Pistols band are seen causing chaos on set.
What seems to be a set showing the dustmen strike in 1978 the actors seemed no different to the original band.
Sid Vicious here is played by Louis Partridge, Jacob Slater portrays Paul Cook, Anson Boon takes on Johnny Rotten and Toby Wallace kits up as Steve Jones.
Based on the memoir of Sex Pistol bassist Steve Jones, Danny Boyle is pictured directing a new six-part tv drama about the iconic band.
Boyle described the Sex Pistols emergence in the mid-70s as the moment that British society and culture changed for ever.
Actor Anson Boon was recently snapped with spikey hair, wearing a rip-filled t-shirt and holding a can of beer while on location with Trainspotting director Danny Boyle, 64.
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The forthcoming FX drama will cover the band’s early rise to fame in West London and their link to Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren’s sex shop in King’s Road.
Thomas Brodie-Sangster (Maze Runner, Game of Thrones) will take on the role of McLaren, who was also the Sex Pistols’ manager.
Fashion designer Westwood will be played by Talulah Riley (Westworld, St Trinian’s).
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