It’s Monday and the week has already peaked for me, I mean, this could be the biggest news of 2020.
There is going to be a fourth Has Fallen movie, with star Gerrard Butler reprising his role as the US’ greatest ever Secret Service Agent, Mike Banning.
We’ve had Olympus Has Fallen, London Has Fallen and Angel Has Fallen. The next one is has been titled Night Has Fallen. I can feel this film is going to be the best of the lot. Ric Roman Waugh who directed Angel Has Fallen is returning to the director’s chair, he co-wrote the script with Robert Kamen, who also penned the last film.
There is no word of any returning cast outside of Butler, but I think it’s safe to assume Morgan Freeman will return. One of the more enjoyable aspects of the last outing was the addition of Nick Nolte as Banning’s Dad, hopefully, they continue to flesh out their relationship in the fourth film.
SOURCE | Deadline
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