Agent 47 Tag

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“Homeland” star Rupert Friend has gone bald to play super assassin “Agent 47” and we’ve got the first photo, courtesy of IGN. Friend replaced Paul Walker in the titular role after the “Fast and Furious” star’s death late last year. Filming doesn’t officially begin until next week, but this official photo sees Friend take on Agent 47’s signature bald head and red tie. The character was first portrayed by Timothy Olyphant in 2007’s “Hitman” and is an orphan raised by an organization of hired assassins. There are no plot detailsRead More
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Hannah Ware has been cast as the female lead in Fox International Production’s “Agent 47,” according to Variety. The action film will be based on bestselling video game “Hitman,” and is a sequel to the 2007 action film of the same name. Rupert Friend will star as the titular assassin, who was orphaned and then raised by an organization of assassins for hire. He eventually finds himself dodging his own employers’ wrath as well as danger from outside forces. The 2007 film starred Timothy Olyphant in the lead role; Friend replaced the lateRead More
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“Star Trek” star Zachary Quinto has joined the cast of “Hitman” sequel “Agent 47,” according to Deadline. “Homeland” star Rupert Friend replaced Paul Walker in the lead role earlier this month after the “Fast & Furious” actor’s death in November. “Agent 47” is a sequel to the 2007 actioner “Hitman,” which starred Timothy Olyphant in the lead role. Now, Friend will play the titular assassin, who was orphaned and then raised by an organization of assassins for hire. In a now familiar “Bourne Identity” twist, he eventually finds himself dodgingRead More
Rupert Friend
Rupert Friend, 32, will replace the late Paul Walker as the star of Aleksander Bach‘s film revival of the assassin video game franchise “Agent 47.” The Wrap first broke the news today about the “Homeland” star’s casting, which will have him taking over the role that was originated by Timothy Olyphant in Xavier Gens’ 2007 action film “Hitman.” This latest instalment to the hit man franchise sees the return of screenwriter Skip Woods, who will collaborate with “Machete Kills” scribe Kyle Ward and Michael Finch of “Predators.” Although details areRead More