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Thursday, 07 February 2013 09:21

Walker gets Agent 47 role in movie

Written by David Stellmack

Skip Woods written script to hit big screen

Skip Woods, the writer of the Die Hard and first Hitman movie, has drawn the assignment to write the script of the next Hitman adventure. This time around, however, Paul Walker (best known for his Fast and Furious movie appearances) will be starring in the new big screen Agent 47 adventure.

The movie will be a reboot of the Hitman movie franchise and will be directed by newcomer Aleksander Bach. Principal filming of the move will start this summer in Berlin and Singapore, according to Dateline New York.

No word yet on when the movie is expected to be released, but a 2014 summer release does seem very likely.

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