The Purge: Anarchy star Frank Grillo will continue his reign as an action hero in a remake of a limited series of Sylvester Stallone’s neo-noir thriller, Nighthawks. The actor who is best known for his roles in The purge franchise, the TV series kingdom, and like Crossbones in MCU, now confirm that Nighthawks the series will not only include Grillo at the helm, but will be led by none other than Stallone himself.
“We’re reworking Nighthawks as a limited television series – eight episodes. I’m playing it. He’s directing, he’s going to direct them and then he’s going to be in it … It’s happening while we’re talking, we’re selling it right now.”
Released in 1981 Nighthawks is one of Stallone’s lesser-known outings and follows the action icon as the kind of tough character he plays so well, Sergeant Deek Da Silva. Just in a devastating bombing raid in London, an international terrorist arrives in New York and continues to intend to wreak havoc. His training is clinical and thorough, but he ignores one thing – the strong and steely determination of a cop from New York.
Directed by Bruce Malmut and starring Billy Dee Williams, Lindsay Wagner, Percy Cambata, Nigel Davenport and Rutger Hauer with Stallone, Nighthawks is great for a contemporary remake, and with Frank Grillo in the center and Stallone both behind and in front of the camera, all the ingredients are there for the pleasure of an action thriller. Nighthawks helped establish Stallone as a Hollywood megastar.
Grill sounds as excited as possible about being able to work with him Sylvester Stallone a remake of one of his films, with the actor happy to be in place in his career when he can take part in projects led by his characters. “I’m like you, I love Rocky, I just love Stallone and I’m at this stage where I’m sitting across from him and he tells me that I’m the only person who plays the role … That’s AMAZING!” “- said Grill.
Frank Grill has several action movie projects ready, and will then be seen fighting with his other action hero Gerard Butler, directed by Joe Carnahan. Copshop. Screaming across the Nevada desert in a bullet-riddled Crown Vic, the cunning swindler Teddy Murret (Frank Grillo) devises a desperate plan to hide from the deadly killer Bob Vidick (Gerard Butler): He hits his rookie officer Valerie Young (Alexis Poe) be arrested and imprisoned in a police station in a small town. But the prison could not protect Mureto for long. Vidic plans his own way of detention, allowing him to spend time in a nearby cell until he can complete his mission. When the arrival of a rival assassin (Toby Huss) ignites complete chaos, growing threats force Vidic to be creative if he wants to finish the job and escape the explosive situation.
Frank Grillo should also star with Bruce Willis in Day to die, Donnie Ian c The father, and will be directed by Kevin Caraway Ministry of Interior., starring Grillo as a man who wakes up chained to a chair with no memory of who he is and spends the day trying to stay alive and solve the mystery behind the man he sees staring in the mirror.
Copshop is scheduled to be released in the United States on September 17, 2021 by Open Road Films. This comes to us with the kind assistance of The Beard and The Bald Movie Podcast.