Queen Latifah (Queen Latifah) is the mysterious figure in the 30-second trailer of CBS “Equalizer”, a remake of the series of the same name played by Edward Woodward in the 1980s. Conception.
Latifah plays Robyn McCall. She is a single mother with a mysterious background. She uses her skills to protect and defend those who cannot do it herself. Robyn is also seeking his own salvation while playing the guardian angel of others.
The trailer introduces the role of Latifah and Delilah, the daughter played by Laya DeLeon Hayes. “Mom, what’s the matter with you? Last month you resigned everywhere, do you want to talk about it?” Delilah asked in the clip, and Robyn replied: “It̵
Chris Noth, who played the former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, also appeared in the trailer, hinting to the audience about Robin’s past career. Noth’s character said: “Your new job raises questions for the CIA.” “I no longer work for them,” Robin quipped.
The series will premiere after the Super Bowl on February 7th, which is the second in the “Equalizer” series after the 2014 film directed by Denzel Washington and its 2018 sequel Reboot. Actors also include Tory Kittles, Lorraine Tucson, Lisa Lapila and Adam Goldberg.
In addition to the lead role, Latifah also co-authored the series with one of the original creators of the series, Richard Lindheim. John Davis, John Fox, Debra Martin Chase, Andrew Marlowe and Terri Miller served as executive producers.
Watch the trailer below.
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