The Inbetweeners get the FaceApp treatment for '2060 sequel' thanks to James Buckley

Here’s what the hapless friends would look like in a third movie set 40 years in the future

Punching A Fish To Death scene from the The Inbetweeners

The Inbetweeners cast has shared photos imagining what a 2060 sequel would look like, with the help of FaceApp’s aging tool.

James Buckley, who played Jay, first posted the unsettling image on Instragram with the jokey caption: “The 1st official photo of the 3rd Inbetweeners movie has been released.”

Blake Harrison, who starred as Neil, soon followed suit, posting on Twitter: “Here’s to a reunion episode in 2060!”

The beloved sitcom, which also featured Simon Bird as Will and Joe Thomas as Simon, ran on Channel 4 from 2008 to 2010. Fans were then reunited with the hapless friends in films in 2011 and 2014.

Buckley and his co-stars came together for The Inbetweeners: Fwends Reunited reunion special in January, which viewers described as “awkward”. Buckley later admitted on his podcast Completed It Mate that he had “come across as a complete moron” on the show.

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