‘The Equalizer’ Sequel Has a Release Date

The Equalizer

Sony has set a Sept. 29, 2017, release date for its sequel to the Denzel Washington thriller “The Equalizer” — three years after the original opened.

The studio had officially announced the second installment in April during its CinemaCon presentation. The R-rated auctioneer generated solid results with $192 million.

Washington is expected to reprise his role as vigilante Robert McCall in “Equalizer 2.” Chloe Grace Moretz and Marton Csokas co-starred in the original, based on the 1980s TV series of the same name.

Antoine Fuqua (“Training Day”) directed the first “Equalizer.” It was produced by Escape Artists,  co-financed by Village Roadshow and debuted at the Toronto Film Festival.

“The Equalizer 2” is the first film dated for Sept. 29, 2017.

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  1. We can’t wait! We have watched the first one at least 20 times. Watching it right now on FX :) So glad Denzel Washington is in the 2nd one.

  2. Nancy Reeves says:

    I’m so excited to hear Denzel Washington’s second movie “Equalizer” will be released in the fall!!! Something to look forward to in the fall! Thank you!

  3. Podobna sytuacja ma miejsce w łazience, gdzie siłą rzeczy
    często eksponujemy różne butelki, flakony oraz ręczniki albo suszymy pranie.

  4. Irvin says:

    Excellent news. Hope Harry Gregson-Williams returns for this installment as well, it was easily his best work since The Town.

    • David Benjamin says:

      Your opinion. I, and a lot of other people, thought it was great. It could do with a bit less McGyver-ing, though.

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