Despite reports that the upcoming sequel The Forever Purge will be the final film in the hugely successful do the washing up Franchise star Frank Grillo has resented that it might not. The actor stated in a recent interview that there are discussions going on about a sixth installment of the series and that he is considering returning to the chaotic world of The purge.
“We talk, [DeMonaco] and me, another purge movie. He turned to me and Sébastian not so long ago [K. Lemercier], the producer, and they say, “What do you think?” and I ask, “What do you think?” and they say, ‘We spoke to Universal and we’re going to see Leo Barnes in the [next] Clean up when we can think of something great. ‘I said,’ I’m in. I will do it right away. ‘ “
It is worth noting that Frank Grillo unsolicited revealed this information, which likely means he’s barely able to hold back his excitement over his involvement with a potential Rinse 6. Grillo went on to share his thoughts on the franchise and why he believes it was such a huge success and again to demonstrate his passion for the project.
“Oh, [DeMonaco] Press the button. He connected with the zeitgeist. “What would you do if you could get away with anything for 12 hours?” “What would you do with a million dollars?” It’s one of those scenarios that everyone thinks of. “Well, if I had a million dollars I could …” “Well, if I could kill this guy and get away with it, I would …” And so anyone can relate to it. It’s hyperrealism in the way it cuts and the way it shoots it. It’s almost cartoonish. These are funny films. I think ‘The Purge: Anarchy’ is one of the coolest B-movies I’ve seen in a long time. Forbes magazine wrote a great article about the importance of the “Purge” franchise and how it relates to what we are going through in the world. Not in our country – the world. In my opinion [the movies are] One important thing, it’s an important franchise. I would do another one in a minute. “
From 2013 with The purge, Grillo only appeared in the 2014 sequel The Purge: Anarchy. Grillo, who appears as the vengeful sergeant of the Los Angeles Police Department, Leo Barnes, makes some serious ones Punisher Vibes, by the rules of the purge, to hunt down the man who killed his son in a drunken traffic accident. Grillo’s vigilante immediately became a fan favorite, with the actor retrying the role in the 2016s The purge: election year. All three films were directed by James DeMonaco.
This was followed by the prequel without Grillo, The first purge, which describes the origins of the annual purge, a 12 hour period once a year during which all crime in America, including murder, rape, and arson, is legal. These years The eternal purge will serve as a direct continuation of The purge: election year and is marketed as the last film in the franchise despite Grillo’s insistence. “I think it’s a great way to end it all,” said DeMonaco. “We want to end it all I think and I’m very excited. When I came up with the idea and introduced them to everyone, they seemed excited and I think it’s going to be a really cool ending – how we bring this one home. “That comes to us from Collider.
Topics: The Purge, The Purge 5