Country: United States
Category: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release Date: January 25, 2019
Director: David Ayer
Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Lana Parrilla, Elpidia Carrillo
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 97 minutes
Box Office: $
The Tax Collector is a 2019 Cedar Park Entertainment Productions is scheduled to be released on January 25, 2019.
After several years taking the headlines of all media for arrests, accusations of plagiarism, and controversial videos, now he will finally return to the big screen to do his job. As reveals Deadline, the actor Shia Lebeouf has decided to return to the top in "Tax Collector", the new film in which David Ayer is already working. The director will bring out this thriller before going to work in the already announced "Bright 2", and having been relegated only to the role of management after Netflix withdrew the confidence as a scriptwriter.
Yesterday he will seek to reverse the bad run of criticism after the disaster of "Suicide Squad", and the successful but hated by many "Bright", with one of the most ambitious projects of his career. And it is that "Tax Collector" has been on the director's work agenda since his first years in the industry. Now you can finally get it out with the help of Cedar Park Entertainment, and Chris Long, with whom you will share production.
At the moment we do not know any detail of the plot, but taking into account the profile of both Lebeouf and Yesterday, most likely we are facing a thriller of police action, or similar. This genre would not be new for either of the two, who also worked together last 2014 in the war tape "Corazones de acero". The release date of "Tax Collector" has not yet been announced, but assuming it will arrive before the fantastic sequel to Netflix, everything points to its screening in theaters sometime in next 2019.
With this movie, David Ayer may be able to rerout his career, and clean up an image he will need if he wants "Bright 2" to shine now that he has gotten rid of the bad image provided by screenwriter Max Landis. Talent is present, but it is only a question that it is used in the appropriate way.