Josh Brolin Shares Exciting News About Sicario 3

Sicario 3 script has been written, according to Josh Brolin, who plays Matt Graver in the movie.

Sicario 3 is a possibility, according to Josh Brolin, and it deserves to be made. In the Sicario franchise, Brolin plays Matt Graves, a CIA man who runs a Joint Task Force against Mexican drug gangs. Denis Villeneuve directed the first film in the series, Sicario, in 2015, with a script by Yellowstone's Taylor Sheridan. Emily Blunt, Benicio Del Toro, Jon Bernthal, and Daniel Kaluuya also appeared in the film. In 2018, Sheridan wrote a sequel, Sicario: Day of the Soldado, which was directed by Stefano Sollima (Without Remorse) and focused on Brolin and Del Doro's characters. The first Sicario was a moderate success, functioning as a showcase for Villeneuve's style and Roger Deakins' cinematography rather than a plot, and providing Del Toro and Brolin with more meaty material to work with. Blunt's character, Kate Macer, was the protagonist, but her trip had turned out completely differently by the end of the film, prompting the sequel, Sicario: Day of the Soldado, to centre on both Brolin and Del Toro's characters. The sequel grossed significantly less money than the first, but it was a decent enough box office hit to warrant a sequel, especially considering Sicario 2's open ending, which left several story lines hanging.

Sicario 3 Must Recapture What Made The First Film So Great

Brolin was questioned by THR whether all hope for Sicario 3 should be abandoned. Brolin answered enthusiastically, indicating that the project is still "front and centre" for everyone involved and that a script has been produced. Brolin went on to remark that Sicario 3 is deserving of a sequel and that he remains optimistic that it will be made. Read the entire quote from the actor: Villeneuve is unlikely to return for Sicario 3 because he is already filming Dune: Part 2, which is slated to include a larger part for Brolin's character, Gurney Halleck. Brolin recently concluded the comedy Brothers alongside Peter Dinklage and Brendan Fraser, and is now starring in the Prime Video drama Outer Range. Del Toro also has a full plate of projects on the go, including Oliver Stone's White Lies and Jamie Foxx's All-Star Weekend, so even if Sicario 3 is written and ready to shoot, it may be some time before all of the main characters can return. The Sicario flicks have been a fascinating franchise that has evolved into a riveting cat-and-mouse story about money, corruption, brutality, and revenge. The universe of Sicario is defined by its complicated individuals, who aren't defined by being "good" or "evil," but rather by being "strong" or "weak." Neither Brolin nor Del Toro's characters consider themselves villains, but rather guys carrying out orders. However,Both protagonists are at a crossroads in Sicario 2, and there is a confrontation on the horizon that might provide fertile ground for Sicario 3's tale. Hopefully, everyone involved can find the time to bring it to a satisfying finish that fits the story's development so far, possibly with a cameo from Blunt's Sicario character thrown in for good measure.

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