Last month, 20th Century Fox released the second official trailer for Hitman: Agent 47, the second film based on the massively popular Hitman video game franchise. Timothy Olyphant starred as the barcoded assassin in the first film based on the game, released in 2007, but this time around will see Homeland and The Young Victoria star Rupert Friend putting on the trademark black suit with a blood-red tie.
With 47 days to go before the movie hits theaters, Fox has kicked off today their “47 Days Of Hitman: Agent 47” promotion with a new 1-minute video.
Watch the new video here below, along with some other new promo material.
20th Century Fox has released a second official trailer for Hitman: Agent 47, the second movie based on the massively popular Hitman video game franchise. The first movie based on the games was released in 2007 and starred Timothy Olyphant as the barcoded assassin.
The new movie sees Homeland and The Young Victoria star Rupert Friend putting on the trademark black suit with a blood-red tie. Also starring is Hannah Ware, Zachary Quinto, CiarÃ¡n Hinds, and Thomas Kretschmann.
You can read a synopsis and watch the new trailer below.
When you sign a deal with Marvel, chances are you are signing a multi-picture contract. Samuel L. Jackson is well-known for signing a deal that will have him appear in nine Marvel Studios movie. Obviously he isn’t the only one who signed a multi-pic deal; other actors have as well, and not just the heroes, but some villains, too. And these deals don’t mean they have to appear in the entire movie. For all we know they could be just cameo roles – if you’ve seen Thor: The Dark World, then you know that a cameo role probably counts.
Now Avengers: Age Of Ultron actor Thomas Kretschmann says that he has also signed one of those deals that locks him up to appear in more than one Marvel movie. Hit the jump to read more.
A few months back we reported on a rumor that Baron Wolfgang von Strucker would appear as the second villain in Avengers: Age Of Ultron. With Ultron being the titular villain, Strucker’s role would most likely be a secondary or supporting role.
Now that role has been confirmed, as The Wrap is reporting that Thomas Kretschmann NBC’s Dracula has been cast as the the villain and new head of HYDRA. Hit the jump to see what kind of capacity we would see Von Strucker in.
Italian director Dario Argento revolutionized 1970’s horror cinema with masterpieces such as Deep Red, Suspiria, and (collaborating as a producer, with George Romero directing) Dawn of the Dead. His influence has been cited by directors such as John Carpenter, Quentin Tarantino, and Guillermo Del Toro. The subjects of his films have included serial killers, witches, and zombies. But never has Argento tackled the topic of the fanged Prince of Darkness himself…until now.
A new trailer for Dario Argento’s Dracula 3D has been released, and it single-handedly kicks the ass of every sparkly-skinned emo to ever disgrace the genre.