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Horror comic Hack/Slash is being developed as a television series

It seems this was the week to get the ball rolling on potential comic book television series, with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg reportedly out shopping a small screen take on Garth Ennis' The Boys , Fox announcing that they're developing two X-Men series , and FX and creator Brian K. Vaughan adapting Y: The Last Man for TV , and now THR is reporting that Tim Seeley and...
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10.16.2015
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Here we go again, Die Hard 6 is back on the drawing board with Len Wiseman

Even after A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD was almost universally panned by just about everyone, it seems that you can't keep John McClane down. Rumours of a sixth DIE HARD film had been spoken of even before A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD was released, but development on the sequel screeched to a halt after the critical thrashing that the last film received. Now it appears that DIE HARD 6 is back...
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10.14.2015
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Exclusive Interview: Producer Adrian Askarieh talks Agent 47, Dues Ex & more

Adrian Askarieh is one of the main producers on Fox's HITMAN: AGENT 47, a film it has taken him eight years to see on the big screen. Askarieh was in fact involved with the 2007 Xavier Gens film HITMAN - he helped sell the video game property to Fox and developed it - but ultimately the studio decided to make the movie for far less than originally planned; add to that the...
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08.21.2015
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Top 10 Coolest Hitmen Movies of All Time

Assassins and hitmen are always good fodder for the movies. This week, we get both AMERICAN ULTRA and HITMAN: AGENT 47, two very different movies featuring trained killers. So, why not compile the definitive list of movies featuring expert marksmen and murderers for hire. There are likely some classics we missed so feel free to let us know in the talk backs below if your favorite didn't make...
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08.20.2015
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Review: Hitman: Agent 47

PLOT: An assassin trained as part of a government experiment finds himself protecting the daughter of one of the men who created him. REVIEW: Can praise get any fainter than "it's not as bad as I thought it was going to be?" Probably not. It's also going against the critic's code, which is that you're supposed to go into a film without any preconceived...
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08.19.2015
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Exclusive: Rupert Friend, Zachary Quinto & Hannah Ware talk Hitman: Agent 47

  Hard as it is to believe, it has almost been eight whole years since we last saw a HITMAN film. In 2007, 20th Century Fox attempted to kickstart a film franchise based on the popular video game about a lethal cloned assassin. While the film (which went through much post-production tinkering) wasn't a resounding bomb, its $100 million worldwide gross wasn't enough to merit a follow-up....
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08.18.2015
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His name is 47, he's here to kill you; final trailer for Hitman: Agent 47

We're just a little under two weeks away from the second attempt at bringing Agent 47 of the popular Hitman game franchise to the big-screen. Rupert Friend has shorn his head for the lead role, replacing the late Paul Walker who himself would have been taking over from Timothy Olyphant , who portrayed Agent 47 in the first attempt. Will the second time be the charm, or will we...
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08.06.2015
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This damsel is in no distress in this Exclusive Hitman: Agent 47 featurette

Last week we brought you an exclusive look at the titular Agent 47 from the upcoming HITMAN: AGENT 47. This marks the second stab at bringing the video game character of the same name to life, with Rupert Friend now portraying the man with little hair and a lot of dead bodies to his name. Another huge difference this time around will be that of Katia Van Dees (Hannah Ware). Playing...
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07.30.2015
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New featurette for Hitman: Agent 47 shows off new footage & story details

Today we have an exclusive featurette for HITMAN: AGENT 47, the newest adaptation of the popular videogame franchise, which stars Rupert Friend as the titular character with stars Zachary Quinto , Hannah Ware, Ciarán Hinds (Mance Rayder!), and Thomas Kretschmann (Baron Von Strucker!) joining in the fun. The featurette gives a better understanding of the character for those...
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07.23.2015
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Channing Tatum doesn't mince words, "f**king hates" G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra

Whatever our thoughts about Channing Tatum may have been in the past, it's hard to deny that the actor has definitely stepped up his game in the last few years; but for a while there, Tatum was simply that guy from G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA. Tatum stopped by The Howard Stern Show and revealed how he felt about the film that helped shoot him in stardom. Look, I’ll be...
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06.23.2015
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The new trailer for Hitman: Agent 47 looks much better than the first one

Four months ago , we got the first trailer for HITMAN: AGENT 47 which looked like a cut-rate action movie right out of Luc Besson 's wheelhouse. Rupert Friend , cast to replace the late Paul Walker , seemed like an odd choice for the lead role in what appeared to have little connection to the video game that inspired it. While the first film with Timothy Olyphant was no...
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06.23.2015
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Action-packed first trailer for Hitman: Agent 47 starring Rupert Friend

The first trailer for HITMAN: AGENT 47 has been released, and I have to say it actually doesn't look that bad. Of course, the trailers for 2007's HITMAN starring Timothy Olyphant ended up being better than the film, and while I don't have high hopes for the remake/reboot/whatever, I do think it will at least be an entertaining and fun movie. The trailer starts a...
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02.11.2015
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