Back in the Business: Danny Dyer to star in sequel to 2005 gangster hit

Back in the Business: Danny Dyer to star in sequel to 2005 gangster hit

The film, which saw a young hooligan get involved in the cannabis, and later cocaine, importing rackets in Spain, was described as having “more guns than Goodfellas, more coke than Casino and more swearing than Scarface”.

At the end of the 2005 gangster saga, we are told, Carly went back to her parents’ house in Penge, and Frankie went to Hollywood.

Now, at long last, fans of the Nick Love movie will find out what became of Danny Dyer’s character Frankie.

Danny’s co-star Tamer Hassan has completed a script revealing what happened to Frankie and his own character, Charlie, who was last seen scraping a living working on the door of the bar he used to own. 

“I’ll hold me hands up… every actor has made s*** films”

Danny Dyer

While Danny is a household name true to his regular role in EastEnders Tamer, who appeared in films such as The Football Factory and Layer Cake, has most recently been on our screens in Game of Thrones, where as Khal Forzho he was brutally incinerated by the fearsome Daenerys Targaryen.

A business insider told The Sun: “Tamer is incredibly excited about the script, fans of The Business are going to be in for a treat.”

Danny isn’t expected to giving up on his rôle as Mick Carter in EastEnders.

“There’s still so much intrigue around that movie and both Tamer and Danny still get a lot of love for it. Danny remains dedicated to EastEnders, and shooting the movie won’t affect his role in Walford,” he said.

“But, of course, he’s excited about the prospect of reuniting with Tamer on screen.”

There’s no word yet on who else will be appearing in the movie, but notably both Tamer and Danny’s daughters have appeared in Love Island and might be set to pop up to pull in the younger crowd who don’t remember the 2005 cult hit.

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