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The Purge 5 (2020)

Old 05-13-19, 03:06 PM
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The Purge 5 (2020)

The untitled next chapter of The Purge franchise will hit cinemas on July 10, 2020, Universal announced today. The last three Purge pics have played the July month with the franchise’s four films grossing more than $456M worldwide.

Series creator James DeMonaco is back writing a new tale centering on the 12-hour lawless rampage, and Blumhouse and Platinum Dunes are back producing. Jason Blum will produces along with Man in a Tree Duo DeMonaco and Sébastien K. Lemercier (Assault on Precinct 13, The Purge TV series) and Platinum Dunes partners Michael Bay, Brad Fuller and Andrew Form. A director will be announced down the road.

The next Purge will go up against Sony’s untitled Ghostbusters movie from Jason Reitman.

In addition, Uni also announced that an untitled Amblin wide release is slotted for November 20, 2020. That’s the weekend before Thanksgiving, and Warner Bros.’ has Dune debuting on that date.
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I thought The First Purge was going to be the last? I like them, even though they're sorely missing something. I'll still more than likely watch this one. I still haven't gotten around to seeing the series yet, but I heard it isn't bad at all.
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I thought the TV show was horrible. I couldn’t even finish it.
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After the shitty TV show and the abysmal last movie I'm kind of surprised this franchise is still on-going.
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What's left to say? They've shown us a suburban nightmare, anarchy in the streets, the collapse of the New Founding Fathers, and the origins of the Purge. Not sure what's left to share? Maybe The Purge: Redneck Rampage? The Canadian Purge, where they very politely kill you and then apologize about it? Purge for Kids?

Don't get me wrong, these movies were a lot more fun than I expected, but it's hardly an open ended concept.
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the show wasn't too bad if you kept your expectations low.

always down for more Purge movies.
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Never watched the show and didn't care for the last one. Skip.
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I'm all in for another go around.
I love these Purge movies...
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