While the last film saw Blunt's character overseeing things, this next film sees del Toro and Josh Brolin's characters operating with absolutely no restrictions and no oversight.
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In the follow-up to the 2015 film, Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) returns to reteam with Alejandro (Benicio Del Toro) as the drug war taking place on the U.S. -Mexico border has escalated dangerously, with the cartels now trafficking terrorists across the border. "I'm going to have to get dirty", Brolin's character, Central Intelligence Agency agent Matt Graver says in the trailer. Graver is asked to step in and help take care of the problem, with one of his new bosses played by Catherine Keener.
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As mentioned above, Sicario star Emily Blunt is not involved in this feature.
Brolin's character tells Del Toro's that he's going to start a war.
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Alejandro has been on a revenge mission to bring down the people that killed his family. As screenwriter Taylor Sheridan put it, with del Toro's character, "there was so much left unsaid". This decision made sense at the time, as her character's journey had revealed the questionable things the U.S. government will under the guise of protecting its citizens. The trailer arrives courtesy of Entertainment Weekly.