Josh Brolin previously talked about the film and explained that the sequel would be “more severe” and “much bigger” than the first movie. Benicio Del Toro went on to say that while Sicario was more of a “really hardcore straight line,” this sequel “is a little more complicated.” You'll definitely be able to see the complication in this trailer as the two characters that these actors play, Alejandro and CIA operative Matt Graver, kidnap the daughter of a drug cartel kingpin. Things are gonna get messy.
While talking to USA Today about the film, Del Toro explains, "This is a man bent on revenge for what the cartels have done,
Directed by Stefano Sollima (Suburra, the TV series version of Gomorrah) and shot by Ridley Scott’s frequent cinematographer Dariusz Wolski, the story has now been revealed with this new preview. “This is a man bent on revenge for what the cartels have done, killing his daughter and family. Now he finds himself on a new assignment,” Del Toro tells USA Today. “He has the chance for an eye for an eye, but sees a young
In the new trailer, which debuted on USA today, highlights the upcoming war that will be taking place. The sequel picks up where the first film left off and begins a new chapter in the saga. Cartels have begun trafficking terrorists across the boarder, and federal agent Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) turns to Alejandro played by Benicio Del Toro for help. Alejandro’s family was killed by the Cartel so both men come highly motivated.
Here’s the new trailer for Sicario: Day of the Soldado:
Early in the bleak trailer, Del Toro’s character — whose family was murdered by a cartel kingpin — guns down a cartel operative in broad daylight on a street after pulling off his mask and saying “Adios” to the victim.
The pair, who starred with Emily Blunt in 2015’s “Sicario,” finds themselves back in the middle of the violent war against drugs along the United States-Mexico border. With the drug cartels now smuggling terrorists across the U.S. border, they decide to pit the cartels against each other.
“You want to see this thing through? I’m going to have to get …. dirty,” Brolin tells a roomful of government officials.
In Sicario 2: Soldado, the drug war on the Us – Mexico border has escalated as the cartels have begun trafficking terrorists across the Us border. To fight the war, federal agent Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) reteams with the mercurial Alejandro (Benicio Del Toro).
Sicario: Day of the Soldado is set for release on June 29th and sees Stefano Sollima directing a cast that sees Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro reprising their Sicario roles alongside Isabela Moner (Transformers: The Last Knight), Matthew Modine (Stranger Things), Catherine Keener (The 40 Year Old Virgin), Manuel Garcia-Rulfo (The Magnificent Seven and Jeffrey Donovan (Fargo).
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Zac Efron is taking on the role of Bundy in the film, which will tell the story through the eyes of his girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer, played by Lily Collins (To the Bone). Also featuring in the cast are John Malkovich (Deepwater Horizon), Angela Sarafyan (Westworld), Grace Victoria Cox (Heathers), Jeffrey Donovan (Burn Notice), Kaya Scodelario (Maze Runner: The Death Cure), Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory), Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense), Terry Kinney (Billions), Dylan Baker (The Americans), and Metallica frontman James Hetfield.
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Sources have told Variety that Sollima is in negotiations to helm the film, which Activision Blizzard Studios’ presidents Stacey Sher and Nick van Dyk hope to turn into a cinematic universe. As of yet there are no plot details or distributor.
Sollima rose to prominence with Sky Atlantic crime drama Gomorra, which led to him landing the gig directing the sequel to the Denis Villeneuve thriller. Sicario 2: Soldado, will see Benicio Del Toro’s Alejandro Gillick return, alongside Josh Brolin’s CIA Agent, Matt Graver. The pair finding themselves forming an uneasy co-dependency as the narcotics fuelled border wars get out of the control.
The film is being directed by Joe Berlinger, who helmed the documentary Metallica: Some Kind of Monster, as well as writing the book Metallica: This Monster Lives. It will mark Hetfield’s first dramatic role where he plays someone other than himself, as he takes on the role of Officer Bob Hayward, a Utah highway patrol veteran who became the first law enforcement officer to arrest the notorious serial killer in 1975.
“Having spent hundreds of hours behind the scenes with James and the rest of Metallica, I have experienced his charisma and powerful presence close up,” says director Joe Berlinger in a statement. “It seemed only natural that he would bring that same power and magnetism to a dramatic role, so when he
The film, which is currently in production, centers on the relationship between Bundy, played by Efron, and his longtime girlfriend, portrayed by Collins, who at the time, had no knowledge of the crimes.
Hetfield will be playing Officer Bob Hayward, a no-nonsense Utah highway patrol veteran who was the first law enforcement officer to arrest Bundy in 1975 after pulling the killer over and discovering burglary tools in his car, but wisely suspecting much worse. It marks Hetfield’s first dramatic role in a movie playing someone other than himself.
Bundy was tried for murder in 1979. Shortly before his execution in 1989, Bundy confessed to 30 homicides committed in seven states between 1974 and 1978.
Joe Berlinger is directing. Hetfield and Berlinger collaborated on the documentary “Metallica: Some Kind of Monster,” which Berlinger helmed and produced along with the late
Scodelario is set to portray Carole Ann Boone, the ex-wife of Efron’s notorious serial killer, with Parsons as lead prosecutor Larry Simpson, Baker as prosecutor David Yokum, Kinney as Detective Mike Fisher, and Osment as the other love interest of Bundy’s girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer, played by Lily Collins (To the Bone). Also featuring in the cast are John Malkovich (Deepwater Horizon), Angela Sarafyan (Westworld), Grace Victoria Cox (Heathers) and Jeffrey Donovan (Burn Notice).
See Also: Zac Efron shares first look as Ted Bundy in Extremely Wicked,
Jim Parsons has been set to play Larry Simpson, the lead prosecutor in the 1979 trial that convicted Ted Bundy (Zac Efron). Ted Bundy was convicted of murdering two sorority sisters from the Chi Omega sorority house in Tallahassee, Florida. Jim Parsons joins a cast that
Voltage is fully financing the Ted Bundy film and announced it in Cannes last summer. Production is underway and Joe Berlinger directs from a screenplay by Michael Werwie.
The film charts the relationship between notorious serial killer Ted Bundy, played by Zac Efron, and his longtime girlfriend, played by Lily Collins, who at the time, had no knowledge of the crimes.
John Malkovich, Kaya Scodelario, Angela Sarafyan, and Jeffrey Donovan recently joined the cast.
Parsons will be playing Larry Simpson, the lead prosecutor of the 1979 Miami trial that finally convicted Bundy.
Baker will play David Yokum, the hard-nosed Utah prosecutor, while Kinney joins as Detective Mike Fisher, who sought to prove Bundy’s crimes.
Ara Keshishian and Nicolas Chartier are producing for Voltage
The movie is currently shooting in Covington, Kentucky, with Joe Berlinger (Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory) in the director's seat.
Already on the call sheet are John Malkovich, Lily Collins, Jeffrey Donovan, Maze Runner's Kaya Scodelario, and Heathers reboot star Grace Victoria Cox.
Vile chronicles the life of the infamous serial killer, focusing on how a routine traffic stop eventually led to the revelation of Bundy's horrific crimes. Michael Werwie wrote...
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