Sicario 3 is officially in the works, and it promises to be even more intense than its predecessors. The working title is Sicario: Capos meaning “bosses” in English.
Looks like Matt and Alejandro will be facing their toughest enemies yet. Josh Brolin was initially worried about the film’s future, but producers shut down those doubts. They’re committed to making this happen.
The Sicario film series, centered around the shadowy world of the CIA and FBI’s war against drug cartels on the U.S.-Mexico border, has earned critical and commercial success.
With the open endings of 2015’s Sicario and 2018’s Sicario: Day of the Soldado, fans have been eagerly waiting of a third installment. Here is everything we know so far about the next chapter of Sicario.
When is Sicario 3 coming out?
There is no confirmed release date set for Sicario 3 as the movie has not been scheduled for production yet. Since there was a 3-year gap between the first two films, speculation is that, Sicario 3 will be released sometime in mid-2025 inside the US cinemas.
Producer Basil Iwanyk confirmed back in July that the project is alive and kicking, with the script “pencils down” and the team eager to dive back into the brutal world of the drug war.
Taylor Sheridan, the mastermind behind Yellowstone and Christopher McQuarrie, the director of Mission Impossible are still working on the script and the shooting will began only after scripts are ready.
Sicario 3 Netflix Release Date
While streaming services have become the battlegrounds for many cinematic franchises, Sicario 3 seems destined for the silver screen.
Black Label Media, the film’s production company, has historically focused on theatrical releases, and with the franchise’s critical acclaim and box office success, a Netflix deal appears unlikely at this stage.
Since first two movies are available on the streaming giant, fans are hopeful that the third film will be also released on Netflix, at least inside the United States. But there’s no confirmed release date for now, it’s just a matter of guessing game.
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Who will be in the cast of Sicario 3?
Benicio del Toro is confirmed to reprise his iconic role as Alejandro. While not officially confirmed, it’s likely that Emily Blunt (Kate Macer) and Josh Brolin (Matt Graver) could return in some form. However, their roles in the story remain unclear. Isabela Merced’s return as Isabel Reyes is also up in the air.
Is there any official trailer?
Unfortunately, there is no official trailer for Sicario 3 yet, as the movie is still in early development. However, there are a few fan-made trailers and concept videos that you can check out to get a sense of what the movie might be like.
What will be the plot of Sicario: Capos?
Writer Stefano Sollima, who directed Day of the Soldado, mentioned a Sicario: Capos will be focusing on the “human cost” of the drug war.
Some rumors suggest the story might involve a cyberwarfare element, but this hasn’t been confirmed.
The ending of the second film hinted at a potential mentor-student relationship between Alejandro (Benicio del Toro) and Miguel, the young gang member forced to shoot him.
This dynamic could be explored in Sicario 3, with Miguel potentially groomed to become Alejandro’s successor.
There are rumors that Sicario 3 might shift its focus away from the Mexican border and explore other aspects of the global drug war. This could involve new locations, characters, and themes.
While there are whispers and speculations, the actual plot of Sicario 3 is still under wraps.
Remember: This is a developing story, and new information could surface at any time. Stay tuned to CasTalkie for the latest updates on Sicario 3 and all your cinematic cravings.
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