Filming On Equalizer 3 Will Bring Back Dakota Fanning And Denzel Washington
The two actors who appeared alongside one another in the film Man on Fire, which was directed by Tony Scott and released in 2004, smiled for the camera during a photo call on Italy’s Amalfi Coast in advance of the production of their upcoming film Equalizer 3, which will be released in theaters in September of next year. Antoine Fuqua returns to direct the second installment of the series, which also features Gaia Scodellaro in a starring role.
In June, after learning that she had been cast, Fanning, then 28 years old, took to Instagram to express her thanks for the opportunity to work with Washington, then 67 years old, again, writing, “My appreciation to join the screen once more with the greatest of all legends is limitless.” Unable to wait.
Her sister, the actress Elle Fanning, posted a statement on her Facebook page that she referred to the event as “the return to kill all reunions!!!!
Lupita Ramos, played by Fanning, is a young girl kidnapped and must rely on her former CIA bodyguard, John W. Creasy, played by Washington, to save her. Fanning plays a young girl named Lupita Ramos in Man on Fire. Mickey Rourke, Radha Mitchell, Christopher Walken, and Marc Anthony were the other actors who appeared in it.
In the Equalizer flicks, Washington plays the role of Robert McCall, a retired government agent who finds himself drawn back into potentially hazardous operations. The first one was released in theaters in 2014, while the second one came out in 2018.
Following his performance in The Tragedy of Macbeth, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award, he stated in an interview earlier this year with Collider that he was preparing to return to the action series and that he needed to “get in shape and start bashing people up again.” So, once more, I will have the opportunity to beat up other individuals. The tragedy of Macbeth, followed by going out and knocking some people up, can’t be improved upon, can it?
During the promotional tour for Man on Fire in 2004, Washington complimented Fanning on her acting abilities, despite being still a child at the time.
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