Nearly 20 years after the release of the now seminal and celebrated Trainspotting, director Danny Boyle has given word that a long-anticipated sequel may actually be on the way.

Speaking with Deadline at the premiere of his newest film Steve Jobs, starring Michael Fassbender as the titular icon, Boyle spoke positively on a potential follow-up to the 1996 film based off the Irvine Welsh novel of the same name.

"All the four main actors want to come back and do it," he said. "Now it is only a matter of getting all their schedules together which is complicated by two of them doing American TV series."

Boyle's frequent screenplay partner John Hodge, who wrote the film's first installment, is said to have already written the sequel script based off Welsh's Porno - the novel sequel to Trainspotting, so it's not as if the sequel would be completely without the original writer's roots embedded.

As previously mentioned, the outcome truly depends on the schedules of the film's original crew, who have moved on to large projects Stateside. Star Ewan McGregor is reported to be on board despite previous tiffs with Boyle. Jonny Lee Miller currently stars as Sherlock Holmes in CBS' Elementary and Robert Carlyle has a recurring role in ABC's Once Upon A Time. And even Kevin McKidd, who died in the original, is reportedly on board.

Nothing is set in stone as of yet. Expect more details to surface in the near future.