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HITMAN: AGENT 47 Available On Digital HD December 11th & Blu-ray December 29th

HITMAN: AGENT 47 Arrives on Digital HD December 11 and Blu-ray & DVD December 29 Rupert Friend stars in this action-packed thriller based on the award-winning video game franchise. A genetically engineered assassin with superior intelligence and superhuman abilities, 47 (Friend), turns the tables on a sinister organization that’s out to create an army of unstoppable killers with his DNA. Teaming up with a mysterious young woman ( Hannah Ware ), he uncovers secrets about his origins and faces an epic battle with his deadliest foe. Also starring Zachary Quinto , this gripping film is “Bond and Bourne rolled into one on steroids” (Marie Moore, The Film Strip). Special Features Deleted Scenes The Hit Counter Re-Imagining Hitman Ultimate Action: Staging the Fights Hitman: Agent 47 Comic Making of the Comic Book Promotional Featurettes Gallery Poster Gallery Theatrical Trailers Hitman: Agent 47 Blu-ray Street Date: December 29, 2015 Prebook Date: November 18, 2015

Movie Review: 'Hitman: Agent 47'

Relying on tired action and glitzy sequences, Hitman: Agent 47 forgets that story matters, too. Review by Matt Cummings It's possible that we've witnessed an earth-shattering moment in film this summer. With the arrival of Mad Max: Fury Road , a new corner has been turned in terms of action and story, forcing changes on everything that come after it and making everything in its wake look second class. That's the feeling you'll get when watching Hitman: Agent 47 , a film littered with talent and prospects but whose script and action never rise to the occasion. A reboot of the failed 2007 version starring Timothy Olyphant, Agent 47 stars Rupert Friend, a genetically-modified assassin who is supposed to be impervious to emotion and love. Precise and impeccably dressed, he sports a barcode on his bald head and a penchant for killing. Normally sent out to maintain his murderous order, this time he must make sure that the technology which produced him is n