THE PURGE 3 Brings Back Frank Grillo For Sci-Fi Horror Thriller


Last year's release of Universal Pictures's sci-fi thriller, The Purge 2, welcomed the continuation of an expansive narrative that has gained a successful following among moviegoers. Beginning in 2013 with Lena Headey and Ethan Hawke starring in The Purge, the franchise propels you into a darkly-lit future version of a crimeless America that maintains order with the annual nationwide holiday, "The Purge", where Americans are granted one night to go completely apeshit in order to release the worst of themselves unto their fellow man.

It's a story crazy-littered with epic brutality and seething terror and it's one that is doing quite a fruitful number on actor Frank Grillo who carried last year's film and ultimately becoming a winning favorite for his character: a desperate father in mourning over the death of his son who sets out to find the man that killed him, only to find himself aiding a ragtag group of helpless citizens without shelter and danger lurking at every turn. That role drew such an appeal from fans that it's easy to see why fans would want him back for another, and as such, fans are now getting their wish, thanks to Variety's latest report.

James DeMonaco is back to craft the annual lunacy as writer and director of what now looks to be a successful trilogy, with Blumhouse and Platinum Dunes producing. Fans can expect a July 1 release next year, while also on Grillo's roster include, but are not limited to, Captain America: Civil War one month earlier, director Liam O'Donnell's upcoming sci-fi actioner, Beyond Skyline, and the upcoming Fall premiere of season two of the DirecTV mixed-martial arts fight drama, Kingdom.

Stay tuned for more info.

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