On Netflix, small star power goes a long way. There are immeasurable animations that didn’t make much of an impact on the world when they first appeared in theaters who enjoyed another lifetime in broadcasting, and that’s often done because of them including A-rundown artist, the natural face begging regulators looking for something new to watch to give the title a tick.
A valid example: Equalizer 2, a photo of a work featuring Denzel Washington, who has been dominating Netflix for the past month. With the Top 10 streaming a few weeks ago, it currently sits at number 11 on the list of Netflix’s most-watched films worldwide, according to the latest data from FlixPatrol.
With the development of The Equalizer 2014, the sequel reunited with Washington and head Antoine Fuqua for their fourth collaboration – the other two were Training Day and The Magnificent Seven remake. Movies see Washington play Bob McCall, a former Marine and DIA expert from retirement to go as a cautious saint to those who don’t want luck. The two-time Oscar winner is joined by any similarities of Pedro Pascal, Bill Pullman, and Melissa Leo. Interesting fact: this is a continuation of what Washington is doing at any given time. Moreover, but it went all the way without the most significant controversy at the time, bringing in the same amount of money as its predecessor (about $ 190 million worldwide). You can see that Washington’s third tour will be ongoing, at the time, but instead, the establishment has moved to a smaller screen. A gender-flipped reboot starring Queen Latifah is currently spreading the season of its presentation on CBS.
Denzel Washington was most recently seen in the crime thriller The Little Things, which has already hit VOD this week and will next appear in the lead of Shakespeare’s Macbeth diversity of Joel Coen. Equalizer 2, meanwhile, can be found on Netflix on most domains but is not currently available in the US. It may appear better than FX Now or purchased through Amazon Prime.