This one went through the juicer.
Hurt Locker scribe Mark Boal wrote Triple border years ago for Katheryn Bigelow to drive but never fit. So the likes of Tom Hanks, Will Smith, Johnny Depp, Channing Tatum and Tom Hardy spent all the time circling the film, before the new director J.C. Chandor (A more violent year) managed to arrest Ben Affleck, only for him to have to delay his involvement for a trip back to rehab.
Out and ready to work again, but having lost his brother Casey and MoonlightMahershala Ali from his list of co-stars, the quest was to find "the movie that refused to die" a new cast to support Ghosts Affleck pump, as the project has a useful advantage of Netflix.
Chandor somehow managed to trick Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal into their hectic schedules, and Triple border is now going to the streaming giant in March 2019.
In the next film, "a group of former Special Forces members gather to plan an assault on a sparsely populated multi-border area of South America. For the first time in their prestigious careers, these unknown heroes undertake this dangerous mission instead But when events take an unexpected turn and threaten to get out of control, their skills, loyalties and morals are pushed to a breaking point in an epic battle for survival. "
You can see the first trailer below …
No specific release day has yet been set for March, but we will update you when we receive one.