Denzel Washington to star in a cop thriller
Veteran performer Denzel Washington has joined Warner Bros' cop-thriller movie Little Things.
The Blind Side filmmaker John Lee Hancock has been approached to compose the content and is likewise in converses to direct the upcoming venture as well.
The story spins around a worn out Kern County deputy sheriff named Deke, played by Denzel, who teams up with a proficient LASD investigator, Baxter, to reel in a wily sequential executioner. Deke's eye for the "easily overlooked details" and demonstrates shockingly precise, yet his ability to dodge the tenets involves Baxter in a heart-breaking dilemma.
Moreover, the studio plans to start the making on the venture by this late spring.
Denzel was recently seen in The Equalizer 2, which became another hit for the actor and earned $190 million worldwide.
The performing artist and filmmaker Denzel was even chosen to receive the 47th AFI Life Achievement Award. The honour was given to Denzel at a tribute in Los Angeles. Howard Stringer, chair of the American Film Institute (AFI) Board of Trustees said, “Denzel Washington is an American icon.” Howard added, “Equally formidable as director and producer, he is a creative force to be reckoned with – and one of the most vital, relevant artists working today.”
Denzel got Academy Awards for the war drama Glory in 1990 and for the spine-chiller Training Day in 2002. He got Oscar nominations for Cry Freedom, Malcolm X, The Hurricane, Flight, Fences, and Roman J. Israel, Esq.
Few of his prominent movies include Remember the Titans, The Great Debaters, American Gangster, Inside Man and The Magnificent Seven.
He made his directorial debut with Antwone Fisher and helmed himself in The Great Debaters.