Den of Thieves follow up with Gerard Butler and the director returning
Deadline reports that Den of Thieves will be getting a follow up, with Gerard Butler ( Olympus Has Fallen), manufacturers Tucker Tooley, Mark Canton, Alan Siegel, in addition to Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson ( Power), and director Christian Gudegast ( London Has Fallen) reuniting for another break-in. O’Shea Jackson, Jr. ( Straight Outta Compton) is presently in settlements to return. The follow up is being composed by Gudegast from an initial concept and will be dispersed by STX around the world and funded by Diamond Film Productions.
Den of Thieves 2 will discover Big Nick (Butler) on the hunt in the streets of Europe closing in on Donnie (Jackson Jr.), who is involved in the harmful world of diamond burglars and the notorious Panther mafia as they outline a huge break-in of the world’s most significant diamond exchange.
Canton and Tooley will produce the follow up along with Butler and Siegel’s production business G-BASE. Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson will produce through his production business G-Unit Film & Television, Inc.
Den of Thieves over-performed at package workplace after it was launched in theaters last month. It took about 15 years for Tooley and Canton to bring the movie to the cinema, which has yet to end up out its worldwide run. Worldwide, the movie has actually earned $57 million up until now. The initial movie is a Los Angeles police procedural in the vein of Heat that follows the converging and typically personally linked lives of an elite system of the LA County Sheriff’s Dept. and the state’s most effective bank burglary team as the hooligans prepare an apparently difficult break-in on the Federal Reserve Bank of downtown Los Angeles.
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