Gerard Butler and O’Shea Jackson Jr. return for one more action-packed heist in Christian Gudegast’s Den of Thieves 2: Pantera.

Den of Thieves 2: Pantera, Gerard Butler

Briarcliff Leisure is hitting the streets of Europe for an action-packed sequel to 2018’s Den of Thieves. The studio acquired the U.S. distribution rights to the motion thriller Den of Thieves 2: Pantera, with Gerard Butler (GreenlandAngel Has Fallen) and O’Shea Jackson Jr. (Straight Outta Compton) reprising their roles as Large Nick and Donnie, respectively. The sequel, written and directed by Christian Gudegast, “will take audiences on a breakneck, intense experience by means of the streets of Europe.” Briarcliff goals to launch Den of Thieves 2: Pantera in theaters nationwide in This autumn of 2024.

Right here’s the official synopsis for Den of Thieves 2: Pantera:

In Den of Thieves 2: Pantera, Large Nick is again on the hunt on the imply streets of Europe, closing in on Donnie, who’s embroiled within the harmful world of diamond thieves and the notorious Panther mafia, as they plot an enormous heist of the world’s largest diamond trade.

“We’re great followers of Gerard Butler, who we’ve labored with quite a few instances, and are so thrilled to be on board with him, Christian Gudegast, Producer Tucker Tooley and the wonderful supporting forged. Movies like this make going to the theater enjoyable, and we are able to’t wait to offer moviegoers the possibility to see it on the large display,” stated Briarcliff’s CEO Tom Ortenberg.

“We’re thrilled to be working with Tom and his group on Den of Thieves 2: Pantera. At present’s theatrical panorama is hard, and it takes innovation to interrupt by means of. With Tom’s unimaginable monitor document and expertise we really feel like this thrilling sequel can be in good palms,” stated producer Tucker Tooley.

In 2018’s Den of Thieves, an elite LA County Sheriff’s Division unit and the state’s most profitable financial institution theft crew conflict because the outlaws plan a seemingly unimaginable heist on the Federal Reserve Financial institution. Directed and co-written by Gudegast and Paul T. Sheuring, the R-rated motion thrill experience banked $80.5M on the worldwide field workplace.

Are you a fan of Gudegast’s Den of Thieves? Will the sequel be as intense as the unique? What’s your favourite heist movie? Be happy to tell us within the feedback.

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