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Vin Diesel will star as Agent 47 in 20th Century Fox's upcoming adaptation of Hitman, the best-selling video game franchise from Eidos and developer IO Interactive.

Diesel also will serve as executive producer. Charles Gordon and Adrian Askarieh are producing through their respective companies, Daybreak Productions and Prime Universe Productions. Daniel Alter will co-produce.

The game's story centers on an international assassin known as Agent 47 who works for a mysterious organization dubbed the Agency. The first three games in the franchise have sold more than 10 million units. Eidos plans to release another sequel, "Hitman: Blood Money," this fall.

"'Hitman' is a project that by the virtue of its DNA can and will reach far beyond its already substantial core audience," Askarieh said. "The canvas on which this adventure takes place is something that movie audiences have embraced for the last 40 years. We obviously are delighted to have Vin Diesel on board, too -- he and Agent 47 are a match made in heaven."

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Vin Diesel is out.

USA Today has published this new photo from 20th Century Fox's Hitman, opening October 12 and starring Timothy Olyphant, Dougray Scott, Olga Kurylenko, Michael Offei, Robert Knepper and Ulrich Thomsen.

In the video game adaptation, Agent 47 (Olyphant) has been educated to become a professional assassin for hire, whose most powerful weapons are his nerve and a resolute pride in his work. 47 is both the last two digits of the barcode tattooed on the nape of his neck, and his only name.

The hunter becomes the hunted when 47 gets caught up in a political takeover. Both Interpol and the Russian military chase the Hitman across Eastern Europe as he tries to find out who set him up and why they're trying to take him out of the game. But the greatest threat to 47's survival may be the stirrings of his conscience and the unfamiliar emotions aroused in him by a beautiful, damaged girl...

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a Hitman movie...that's awesome. I've played all the games and loved them

I just have this thought in the back of my head that Deiesel with mess it up, or in the least not live upto it...

here's another list

which other bald white celebrity (or celebrity if they shaved their head) do you think would be as good or better than Diesel at playing 47?

lol...i just got a funny thought of patrick stuart AHAHA

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Well in all fairness Die Hard was still decent...

Yes, but it didn't feel like a Die Hard movie because of it's rating.

well put. It felt, to me, like the version you see on television: "Yippee Ki-Ay bad guy"

Happy birthday, by the way.

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According to IGN, he was not taken off the film because of too much violence, and the film will be R rated.

Studio sources confirmed that De Toth has been hired as an editor, but not "controlling the project" as TwitchFilms stated. We were informed, "Director Xavier Gens is still working on the film. The film still has intense action and will definitely be rated 'R.'" Our source strongly denied that Fox is softening the final cut and called the original report untrue. They emphasized that it will still be a true "R" and a not a "bloodless version".

http://au.movies.ign.com/articles/826/826204p1.html

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It's a guns blazing action movie about a video game that punishes people for going in with guns blazing.

There's no possible way that this is good on any conceivable level.

I'll see it if James does though, just for the sake of bitching about it.

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