David Ayer ("Suicide Squad") made "Bright," and he'll be back for "Bright 2," but first he's making the indie crime thriller "Tax Collector."
Ayer previously directed LaBeouf in the 2014 war film "Fury."
Deadline said "Tax Collector" is meant to take Ayer back to his gritty crime thriller roots, ala "End of Watch" (which he directed) and "Training Day" (which he wrote).
So that's coming up pretty fast. Stay tuned for more plot details and the eventual release date.
And then there's the "Bright" sequel, which Netflix confirmed in January. Meanwhile, "Suicide Squad" is also getting a sequel, but not with David Ayer.
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