Last year's The Purge was a surprise hit when it was released last summer, earning $89 million worldwide despite getting mixed reviews. A sequel was approved after The Purge's opening weekend, when it earned over 11 times its $3 million budget.
July's The Purge Anarchy is set in the same dystopian future as the original, during the 12-hour period called "The Purge" where all crime is allowed. Frank Grillo (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) takes over for Ethan Hawke in the sequel, which moves the action from a family home and places it outside in a city with no security cameras, and sees Grillo playing a one-man army bent on avenging his son's death.
The Purge: Anarchy opens on July 18.