Aaron Eckhart will not be joining "Angel Has Fallen"
It's been affirmed that Gerard Butler will repeat his character as a mystery agent, Mike Banning as a follow-up of "London Has Fallen." However, a current forecast came out stating that Aaron Eckhart will not appear on "Angel Has Fallen".
As reported by Aceshowbiz, Aaron Eckhart was verified that he will not be included in the third movie. He told Collider that he would not repeat his role as President Benjamin Asher.
During the promotion of "Bleed for This," the Golden Globe-nominated artist stated, "the President is retired...He's golfing and he's amassing his library right now." Now that the President is no longer appearing, questions now arise on who will Mike safeguard next.
It was also revealed that Morgan Freeman would stage a comeback as Vice President Allan Trumbull. Creighton Rothenberger and Katrin Benedikt are still part of the "Olympus Has Fallen" movie sequel. "Angel" will be the code name for the President's official plane "Air Force One" in the movie. "Angel Has Fallen" will be launched in 2018.
Fortunately, after frustrating the enemy to harm the President in the first two movies, Mike turned to becoming the target of the opponents, even though President Benjamin Asher survived two different dreadful attacks in both "Olympus Has Fallen" and "London Has Fallen"
Cinemablend said that it's unhappy to claim that Banning will proceed alone despite the absence of his presidential best friend. Eckhart also credits that he will not replay his role in the third movie of the "Fallen" franchise.
This movie will certainly center on Mike Banning as the actual target of the opponents. Such will really disregard the requirement to place the President having a probable role in the movie. Notably, many will expect the sequel's endmost part to be cruel.
The fans will actually think how much President Asher underwent his struggles, hence his absence in the sequel.