Sicario is one of the most revolutionary action thrillers ever made. Seven years have passed since Sicario, a great action thriller by Denis Villeneuve, and Sicario: Day of the Soldado, a simple sequel to Sicario that was directed by Stefan. Now, there are rumors that this may not be the end of the series and that Sicario 3 is almost definitely happening.
Emily Blunt stars in the Denis Villeneuve movie Sicario, which is getting a third part. Here’s what we know about the third Sicario movie.
Has Sicario 3 Already Been Confirmed?
When Sicario: Day of the Soldado came out in June 2018, producer Trent Luckinbill said that Sicario 3 was in the works and that Taylor Sheridan, who wrote Yellowstone, was working on a possible ending for the trilogy.
Sheridan wrote the scripts for both the first and second movies, in case you didn’t know. Luckinbill also said that Denis Villeneuve might return to directing, which is less likely as he becomes one of the most in-demand directors in Hollywood.
After a long period of silence, three very hopeful updates about Sicario 3 came out in the last year. This kept the idea of a third movie alive. The first was in January 2021, when the title “Sicario: Capos” was made public (whether or not it is still the title).
The second happened a month later when producer Molly Smith told us that something was coming. The third and most recent time it happened was this week when Josh Brolin was being interviewed.
What is the Date of Release for Sicario 3?
Sicario: Capos will be made this year, according to Black Label Media, which is making the movie. Because of this, we might not see a finished product until at least the end of 2022. Since people had different feelings about the second part, the studio may be taking extra care with the third part.
So, What Exactly Goes Down in Sicario 3?
Trent Luckinbill, the producer, said that Sicario 3 is definitely in the works before Day Of The Soldado came out. Most likely, the story would pick up where Sicario 2 left off, with Alejandro (Benicio del Toro) surviving a shot from Miguel (Elijah Rodriguez), a young gang member who was forced to shoot him. The last scene takes place a year later when Alejandro shows up to hire Miguel.
This could set up an apprentice relationship in the next movie. A sequel would also have to deal with Matt (Brolin), who in Sicario 2 had a rare moment of passion that made him disobey his bosses’ strict orders. The title “Sicario: Capos,” which roughly means “bosses,” could mean that Matt and Alejandro will have to deal with the most dangerous drug lords yet.
Who Will Star in Sicario 3?
At this time, there is no official list of who will be in Sicario 3. Still, producer Molly Smith told Deadline that Black Label Media hopes to get del Toro to come back for another role. Both Brolin and Jeffrey Donovan, who played a supporting roles in the first two movies, are likely to be back for the third one, but nothing has been confirmed yet.
It looks like Blunt’s hero character is needed for a trilogy finale, and the new movie could be about how she changed after the tragic events of the first film.
There has been a lot of talk about whether or not Blunt will come back for more episodes, and there have also been a lot of calls for Kate Macer to break down doors on a government task force. Also, it would be interesting to see how Kate has changed in the years since the tragic events of Sicario.
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Sicario 3 is almost definitely happening. Producer Trent Luckinbill said that Sicario 3 was in the works. Taylor Sheridan is working on a possible ending for the series. Sicario: Capos will be made this year, according to Black Label Media. Sicario 3 is definitely in the works.
The story would pick up where Sicario 2 left off. Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin are likely to return. Emily Blunt’s character Kate Macer could be needed for a trilogy finale. There are calls for her to break down doors on a government task force.