Hitman: Agent 47 News

His Name is 47 and the Film is Hitman: Agent 47 This is the part where I would pick a few Hitman: Agent 47 clips and featurettes and post them below to remind you that the movie is out today. I won’t do it this time and here’s why. Instead of the usual shebang, I’ll leave you guys with this trailer released by Fox a few days […] Read His Name is 47 and the Film is Hitman: Agent 47 on Filmonic.

Exclusive Interview: Hitman: Agent 47 producer Adrian Askarieh 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 inclusion of Luc Besson's company... Read More...

‘Hitman: Agent 47’ Assassinated by Critics: 8 Most Painful Reviews “Hitman: Agent 47” appears to be the second summer misfire from the studio behind the disastrous “Fantastic Four” flop, as critics are taking shots at the video game adaptation left and right. The action movie stars Rupert Friend as Agent 47, a genetically engineered assassin who must protect a woman (Hannah Ware) and help her discover the secret of her ancestry. Critics are absolutely blasting the film, which holds a dismal 5 percent approval rating on RottenTomatoes.“For all its cheap talk about the importance of innovation, ‘Agent 47’ just feels lik

‘Hitman: Agent 47′ Cast on Sequels & Video Game Movie Evolution (Spoilers) WARNING!!! This Interview Contains MAJOR SPOILERS!!! – Hitman: Agent 47 may turn out to be an interesting pivot point in the next big wave of video game movies. Until now, video games have had a poor track record making the jump to feature-film adaptations; what we’ve mostly gotten were B-movies relying on brand recognition and/or star power in place of creative design or smart storytelling. Worse yet, these lackluster films had little to no connection (or sometimes even resemblance) to the games that inspired them.

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 against type for a movie of... Read More...

Nerdist Reveals Hitman/Mad Men Mash-Up Nerdist has posted an exclusive video of 20th Century Fox’s “Hitman: Agent 47” featuring the main protagonist in a video paying homage to the opening intro to “Mad Men”. The AMC series will end its seventh season run.

‘Hitman: Agent 47′ Teaser Explains the ‘Mad Men’ Opening Credits For years the enigmatic opening credits to Mad Men have provoked viewers into many entertaining questions. How literal is the opening animation meant to be? What does it mean for Don Draper, and by implication the rest of the characters? While the metaphoric thrust of the credits is evident to anyone who watches the show, it’s still fun to talk about. Now a teaser for the new film Hitman: Agent 47 shows us the truth behind the Mad Men credits, just in time for the AMC show to broadcast its final leap into the sky.

The Hollywood Reporter brings word that the Hitman film reboot Agent 47 is getting a prequel comic book courtesy of Boom! Studios.From THR:"Agent 47 hunting a deadly adversary in a story that leads directly into the opening scene of the feature film. This marks the first time the character will appear in a comic." The new film stars Rupert Friend as Agent 47, with Zachary Quinto and Hannah Ware rounding out the supporting cast. Hitman: Agent 47 hits theatres August 28, 2015. SOURCE: THR

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Hitman: Agent 47

Aleksander Bach
August 28, 2015
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