Denzel Washington In Warner Bros
Denzel Washington Oscar Academy Award-winning actor is in talks to star in the crime thriller Little Things for Warner Bros Collider has confirmed. The director John Lee Hancock is on board to write. He’s also being eyed to steer, although the deal for which hasn’t yet been closed. The Highwaymen will debut later this month on Netflix, has written the script and will probably direct.
Denzel Washington In Warner Bros:
The story follows a burned-out Kern County deputy sheriff named Deke, played by Washington. A burned cop up is in Kern County who teams with Baxter. A crack detective is from the LA Sheriff’s Department, to grab a serial killer. Deke’s nose for the little things, proves eerily accurate. But his compliance to evade the rules embroils Baxter in a soul-shattering dilemma.
Deke has problems of his own, as he is haunted by a dark secret from his past. Insiders tell Variety that Washington had been weighing several options as his next project, including directing the Journal of Jordan Sony pictures, which Michael B. Jordan lately joined. The studio would love to start production this summer, but a lot of A list of actors have already filled their summer slots.
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Washington saw in his first sequel, The Equalizer 2, which went on to become another hit for the actor. Which is grossed more than $102 million at the domestic box office. And prior to that film, he earned back-to-back Oscar Academy Award nominations for Ancient Rome J. Israel. Oscar Academy Award-nominated Mudbound scribe Virgil Williams wrote the script while Michael B.
Jordan will produce this through his Outlier Society production company and is in talks to star. Hancock is the well-respected film director and his new film, The Highwaymen finds Kevin Costner. Woody Harrelson is on the trail of Bonnie and Clyde. It lately premiered at SXSW in advance of its March 29 release on Netflix.