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Why The Equalizer 2 Will Almost Certainly Happen Now
Based on the box office results, audiences were more than ready to see Denzel Washinton kicking ass for his Training Day director. And Sony has said they want The Equalizer 2. It can only be a matter of time until the sequel officially is greenlit, right?
The Equalizer Sean O'Connell 2014-09-29
The One Director Millennium Hasn't Called About London Has Fallen
In the year that brought us two "White House in Peril" films, Olympus succeeded in being more memorable that White House Down. It banked $161 million in global receipts, though producers likely assume that the shift in location to the UK for London Has Fallen will help push the sequel to a worldwide market.
The Equalizer Sean O'Connell 2014-09-29
Weekend Box Office : Equalizer Takes Top Spot, Box Trolls Sent Packing
In the mid to late 80s Edward Woodward was The Equalizer. His character, Robert McCall, brought a grin to audience's faces by wiping the grin off the faces of particularly egregious and dangerous criminals in particularly painful and fitting ways. Critics were lukewarm about the new film revival of the character as played by Denzel Washington, but audiences were interested enough to give it a decent number one opening.
The Equalizer Scott Gwin 2014-09-28
Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives To The Boxtrolls, The Equalizer And This Is Where I Leave You
Looking to The Boxtrolls, The Equalizer and This Is Where I Leave You for inspiration, we've pulled together a selection of stop-motion adventures, vigilante thrillers, and family-centric comedies.
The Equalizer Kristy Puchko 2014-09-26
The One, Epic Equalizer Scene That Denzel Washington Hated Filming
One of Antonie Fuqua's decisions made for a moody set. But also a VERY difficult shoot. When I asked Denzel Washington about it during our exclusive interview, he explained that he understood how cool it looked, but after awhile, he didn’t give a damn!
The Equalizer Sean O'Connell 2014-09-24
This Rotten Week: Predicting The Equalizer And The Boxtrolls Reviews
Oscar season is set to begin very soon, but for now we’re still stuck in the middling weeks of September. That’s not to say that the movies coming out this week look bad, but there’s just not a ton to get excited about. This time around we’ve got trolls living in boxes and Denzel serving his revenge cold.
The Equalizer Doug Norrie 2014-09-21
Denzel Washington's The Equalizer Taps Into That Killer Die Hard Vibe
This isn’t a comparison I throw around lightly. John McTiernan’s first Die Hard is one of my favorite films. Perhaps my favorite film of all time. And during the extended, brutal, tense and terrifying standoff at the conclusion of The Equalizer, I experienced the same rush of adrenaline and glee.
The Equalizer Sean O'Connell 2014-09-07
Denzel Washington Evens The Odds In New The Equalizer Trailer
Denzel Washington is a mild mannered man who just wants to work at the local Home Depot…oh, am I kidding? Denzel’s a total tough guy in this brand new trailer for Sony’s upcoming film The Equalizer -- which finds the actor reuniting with Training Day director Antoine Fuqua for a project based on a cult ‘80s television series.
The Equalizer Mike Bracken 2014-09-03
How Nicolas Winding Refn Lost Out On Denzel Washington's The Equalizer
I had the chance to sit down with the film's producer Todd Black. Excited about his gritty spin-off of the 1980s crime series, Black offered plenty of details on the production as well why Refn was dropped as a contender for its director's chair.
The Equalizer Kristy Puchko 2014-06-20
Denzel Washington Will Do Horrific Things With A Corkscrew In The Equalizer
Between takes on a scene that had its hero kicking ass and demanding to know where hostages are held, we sat down with Denzel Washington, director Antoine Fuqua, and producer Todd Black to learn what makes The Equalizer tick.
The Equalizer Kristy Puchko 2014-06-17
Training Day's Antoine Fuqua Offered To Direct The Magnificent Seven, Narco Sub And Equalizer 2
Antoine Fuqua's last film, Olympus Has Fallen, was a big box office success when it came out last year, and this fall he is back working with his Training Day star Denzel Washington on the television show adaptation The Equalizer. These projects have gotten people excited, and as a result, some big studios are now courting him to helm three fairly significant upcoming projects.
The Equalizer Eric Eisenberg 2014-05-28
Denzel Washington Kills A Whole Lot Of People In The First Trailer For The Equalizer
Washington as Robert McCall, a former black ops commando trying to live a normal, anonymous life in Boston after faking his own death. When he becomes involved with a young woman (Chloe Moretz) in trouble with the Russian mafia, however, he can't help himself but get sucked back into his old ways helping the helpless against overpowering authority.
The Equalizer Eric Eisenberg 2014-05-25
Denzel Washington Gets Ready To Kick Some Ass In New Gallery Of 'Equalizer' Stills
With the first poster having been released last week, it’s very clear that we will soon be seeing the first trailer for the new action thriller The Equalizer. While we’re still waiting for the footage to drop online, however, today we have a whole gallery of new images.
The Equalizer Eric Eisenberg 2014-04-22
The Equalizer Poster Puts Denzel Washington In The Shadows
Before Law and Order started its crusade to clean up the streets (and employ Broadway actors) of New York, there was one man who was waging war on crime: Robert McCall, also known as The Equalizer. If you needed help with anything criminal, unsavory, or just plain unfair, this former intelligence agent would help you – free of charge. All you had to do was give him a call.
The Equalizer Mike Reyes 2014-04-16
Writers Hired To Pen Sequels To We're The Millers, The Equalizer
In 2014, franchises are all studios have, and every original film is a chance to launch a couple of sequels that they might be able to promote to audiences based not on demand, but familiarity. And now, we’re getting two more, so deal with it, sequel-haters.
The Equalizer Gabe Toro 2014-02-25
Denzel Washington Prepares For Vigilante Justice In The Equalizer's First Look
The series centered on Robert McCall, a former government agent who uses his detective skills to give help to the helpless in a vigilante good guy kind of way. His creedo was essentially, "Got a problem? Need help? Odds against you? Call the Equalizer"--or so read his yellow pages advert.
The Equalizer Kristy Puchko 2013-12-09
Justified's David Meunier Joins Denzel Washington For The Equalizer
Based on the 1980s TV series of the same name, The Equalizer will star Washington as Robert McCall, a former covert agent who hires out his services to those in need. Leo will play McCall's colleague, who clues him in on his clients and adversaries. Moretz will play the female lead, a teen prostitute named Teri, and for his part, Meunier will play her pimp, a brutal and sleazy Russian called Slavi.
The Equalizer Kristy Puchko 2013-06-04
Melissa Leo Reteams With Denzel Washington For The Equalizer
Washington will star in the movie as a man named McCalll, a retired covert operative who gets into the business of helping people in helpless situations. The site says that Leo's character will provide him with "intelligence about who he is facing when he runs up against a new adversary."
The Equalizer Eric Eisenberg 2013-05-30
Denzel Washington's The Equalizer Has Found His Enemy
The New Zealander has been in tons of popular films over the past decade or so, though he’s usually kept to more generic roles. He’s currently filming Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and has both Darren Aronofsky’s Noah and Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For coming to theaters before Spider-Man.
The Equalizer Nick Venable 2013-05-18
Chloe Moretz Could Play A Teen Prostitute In The Equalizer With Denzel Washington
Based on a chemistry reading Moretz had with Washington, both the star and the producers were impressed enough with Moretz to give her a shot. They’ll be retooling the character a bit, but she would be playing a young prostitute, drawing instant comparisons to Jodie Foster’s transformational role in Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver.
The Equalizer Nick Venable 2013-05-13
Training Day Director May Reteam With Denzel Washington On The Equalizer
Washington will be stepping into the shoes of Edward Woodward's Robert McCall a former intelligence officer who works to help disenfranchised people being stepped on and "equalize" the odds.
The Equalizer Eric Eisenberg 2013-03-21
Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes' Rupert Wyatt No Longer Directing The Equalizer
The upcoming adaptation of the 80s action television series The Equalizer, which has Denzel Washington set to star, has been having a bit of trouble holding on to a director. At first it looked as though Drive helmer Nicolas Winding Refn was going to make the film...
The Equalizer Eric Eisenberg 2013-03-05
Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes Director May Helm Denzel Washington's The Equalizer
Now that he is no longer helming the sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes, the Hollywood is director Rupert Wyatt's oyster. Not only is he coming off a movie that made $481 million at the global box office, Rise was also a smash hit with critics and was one of the best reviewed movies to come out during the summer of 2011, which combined has made Wyatt one of the most sought after filmmakers working right now.
The Equalizer Eric Eisenberg 2013-02-19
Nicolas Winding Refn Walks Away From The Equalizer
Refn has walked away from The Equalizer, a modernized adaptation of the cult 1980s television series that currently has Denzel Washington attached to star. The main character in The Equalizer is a retired intelligence agent who now assists the downtrodden as a private investigator.
The Equalizer Sean O'Connell 2013-01-09
Drive Director Nicolas Winding Refn Selected For The Equalizer, Starring Denzel Washington
In July it was confirmed that Denzel Washington had been set to star in The Equalizer, an adaptation of the action/crime television series from the mid-to-late 1980s that starred Edward Woodward as a retired intelligence agent cum private detective who worked to help his clients "equalize" threatening situations. At the time it was said that Richard Wenk...
The Equalizer Eric Eisenberg 2012-12-07
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