Found footage no longer lures anyone behind the stove these days. Especially not when it comes to horror films. But there are always some exciting variations of this genre to be discovered. ” End Of Watch ” with Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena is a good example.
Not only did the narrative concept prove to be coherent in this case, but it was also implemented with the necessary dynamics by director David Ayer.
Without a doubt, “End Of Watch” is one of the most exciting works in the oeuvre of the ” Suicide Squad ” maker and can enjoy many fans. The hard-hitting cop thriller also did extremely well in the box office in 2012: With a manageable budget of 7 million US dollars, worldwide box office earnings of 57.6 million US dollars were achieved. That’s what you call a success.
And apparently, they now want to build on that: As industry magazine Variety has announced, Fox is developing an “ End Of Watch ” series.
If you haven’t seen the original film yet, you can easily catch up on Amazon Prime Video, because the gripping cop cracker is currently available thereby subscription at no extra charge.
End Of Watch As A Series: What We Know
The End Of Watch series is written and produced by David Ayer and David Matthews, with episodes slated to run for just over an hour. The two previously wrote the screenplay for the “End Of Watch” movie.
Again it is about the everyday life of two young police officers in Los Angeles of the present. The two are not only partners but also best friends. As viewers, we follow what happens when the cops meet criminal forces capable of wrecking their lives in one fell swoop.
It remains to be seen whether the “End Of Watch” series will be really original. But excitement is guaranteed if you follow David Ayer’s adrenaline-charged production style.
It’s not yet clear who will be starring. Also, no start of shooting or release date has been set yet. However, since Fox Entertainment, which now belongs to Disney, is producing the series, it is very likely that we will see it in the star selection on the Disney+ mouse house streaming service in this country.