In "The Equalizer 2", Washington returns as Robert McCall, a retired Central Intelligence Agency black ops operative.
Though Washington's character faked his own death before becoming a vigilante in the first installment, the trailer introduces someone he knew from his days in the Central Intelligence Agency. It's the follow-up to The Equalizer, that unites him again with director Antoine Fuqua (they've made films such as Training Day and The Magnificent Seven together), and Washington will reprisre the role of Robert McCall in the new movie. Pedro Pascal, Bill Pullman and Melissa Leo star. The first movie opened in theaters on September 26, 2014 and grossed $34 million domestically over its opening weekend. The first film was rated R for strong bloody violence and language throughout, including some sexual references.
Burnley 1-2 Chelsea: Moses rescues Blues all three points
Chelsea went in front in the 20th minute as Moses' cross was missed by Burnley keeper Nick Pope and deflected in off Long. Morata was replaced by Eden Hazard moments later and reacted angrily to his exit.
The Equalizer 2 is coming to cinemas this Summer on July 18th. Produced for $55 million, the film grossed $192.3 million since its release.
Believe it or not, despite being in dozens of movies of all kinds for almost four decades, Denzel Washington has NEVER been in a sequel!