The Equalizer 3’s trailer, which Sony Pictures Entertainment published on Tuesday late night, features Denzel Washington’s Robert McCall resuming his low-key existence in a lovely Italian seaside village in order to settle the score with the powerful Italian mafia.
The Equalizer’s third chapter is set to release on September 1, 2023. The action-packed trailer for the newest installment of The Equalizer series opens with a group of thugs entering a tiny villa in a coastal Italian town, promising that it will be the final installment of McCall’s odyssey. They see McCall (Denzel Washington), who provides only nine seconds even when being held at gunpoint and discover dead bodies lying around the area.
In the Trailer, McCall is also seen making friends with a local family and enjoying a quiet retirement in Italy. However, McCall comes out of retirement and uses his combat prowess to counteract the mafia’s aggression when it starts to target that family.
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The video also contains some heartfelt moments in which McCalls is depicted as being accepted by the locals, providing the ideal pretext for the impending bloodshed.
“Vengeance meets his equal. Denzel Washington is back as Robert McCall in the final chapter of The Equalizer. #TheEqualizer3, exclusively in movie theaters this Fall,” said Sony Pictures alongside the recently-released trailer on Twitter.
Washington has played McCall for almost ten years now; the first The Equalizer movie, which was based on a 1980s TV serial, debuted in theaters in 2014. On September 1, the third installment of the series will hit theaters.
The Equalizer 3 is directed by Antoine Fuqua, who also helmed the first two installments of the franchise and also starred in Dakota Fanning, David Denman, Sonia Ammar, and Remo Girone in significant roles.