Bloodshot is an upcoming Action directed by Dave Wilson and written Jeff Wadlow "Bloodshot" Fallen in combat. Resurrected by the grace of nanotechnology. Vin Diesel played Private Ray Garrison in Bloodshot, the movie with the most adrenaline per second this year, and we will see the actor again in this role in a new film. Bloodshot was one of the last films to hit theaters before the quarantine that was made in most of the world, which greatly affected its collection, but they managed to recoup a good part of the investment thanks to its launch on digital platforms little later, and it is already on sale on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD. I think Bloodshot was very successful in that regard, a lot of people saw it and it did very well on the post-premiere release, but you can't use the same evaluation process, pre-COVID, for this. Are Vin Diesel and the others going to continue? Yes, because he did so well and the response has been so good, and it's just that the response has been in.
At the moment no details of the sequel have been revealed, but the character has multiple comics to take as a basis, so they will not have problems finding a story. In Bloodshot, Ray Garrison is a recently killed soldier who is brought back to life by RST Corporation as the superhero Bloodshot. With an entire army of nanotechnology in his veins, Bloodshot is unstoppable, stronger than ever, and capable of self-healing. But by remaking his body, the corporation has also taken control of his mind and memories of him. Now, Ray no longer knows what is real and what is not but he is determined to find out. Diesel surrounded himself in the first installment with a cast of authentic luxury in which we find, among others, Eiza Gonzalez (Baby Driver), Sam Heughan (Outlander), Toby Kebbell (Warcraft: The Origin) and Guy Pearce (Iron Man 3 ).
Principal photography commenced on March 25, 2019 in Los Angeles, United States and concluded on May 15, 2019. The film is set for release on December 25, 2020.