Frank Grillo On Board For ‘The Purge 3’ | Film News
After taking over from Ethan Hawke as the lead role in Blumhouse franchise The Purge in the second installment titled Anarchy, Frank Grillo has sealed a deal to appear in the third Purge film. James DeMonaco, the writer/director of the first and second films, is set to return to the writing chair for the third instalment of the series, set in an alternative version of America where for one evening every year, crime is completely legal for 12 hours.
In The Purge: Anarchy, Grillo played a Sergeant hellbent on getting revenge for someone who had wronged him, but instead ends up protecting a group of innocent people stuck without shelter in Los Angeles on the night of the annual purge. No further information has been released about the events of the next film, apart from the return of the Sergeant, but it has been announced that DeMonaco is aiming for a July 1, 2016 release.
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