Warner Bros. Developing A ‘Training Day’ Prequel

‘Training Day’ Prequel In Development At Warner Bros.

‘Training Day’ Prequel In Development At Warner Bros.

According to Collider, the film will take place nearly a decade before the original, in Los Angeles in 1992 just two days before the Rodney King verdict in which LAPD officers were acquitted of charges of the brutal beating of King.

Collider is even suggesting a possibility that Washington's son, BlacKkKlansman star John David Washington, now leading the new Christopher Nolan movie Tenet for Warner Bros, could potentially step into the role. Hawke was also nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his role as the rookie narcotics detective.

It is set to be made from a Black List script - the list of the best unmade scripts doing the rounds in Hollywood - from writer Nick Yarborough, and will find the action centring around a young Alonzo Harris, the character played by Denzel Washington in the first movie. The film would follow a younger Alonzo Harris.

Collider also mentioned in its report that the Training Day prequel is "still in the very early stages", so no director is attached yet. We'll have to wait and see if any of the other members of the production team like Fuqua and Ayer would be involved in the project. Denzel Washington was 46 when he played the role of Harris and with his eldest son John David Washington now at the age of 36 (exactly 10 years younger) and building up steam in Hollywood following his starring roles in BlacKkKlansman and the upcoming Christopher Nolan movie Tenet, he would be a flawless fit to play the role of a younger Harris.

A prequel to acclaimed crime drama Coaching Day is reportedly being developed by Warner Bros. Now he is filming the lead in Christopher Nolan's Tenet, which is also a Warner Bros. film. It's a great film that has its place in movie history and that should be all there is to it. Just hit the buttons on the top of this page.

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