THE TAX COLLECTOR trailer – David Ayer directs Shia LaBeouf in this gangland drama

THE TAX COLLECTOR trailer – David Ayer directs Shia LaBeouf in this gangland drama

While most people know direct David Ayer for END OF WATCH, SUICIDE SQUAD and FURY, you might forget he also wrote TRAINING DAY and THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS. When it comes to street crime, violence and thrills, he knows how to script for success. His newest is THE TAX COLLECTOR, which is highlighted by what looks like a crazy performance from Shia LaBeouf, who previously starred in Ayer’s FURY. LaBeouf played a tax collector of sorts for criminals, frequently using extreme and violent methods. His assistant is played by Bobby Soto, and both of them end up getting targeted by a crime boss, who makes things personal. The cast also includes Cinthya Carmona and George Lopez. Check out the trailer below and tell us your thoughts in the comments.

THE TAX COLLECTOR is scheduled to hit theaters and digital on August 7, 2020

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