Originally meant to release in February, Fox's new Hitman film adaptation has been pushed back six months.
According to Hollywood Reporter, the push is related to extra time needed to complete special effect shots for the film. This isn't the first hurdle the film has had to clear. Paul Walker was originally cast as Agent 47, but the role was awarded to Rupert Friend after Walker's unexpected death.
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A Hitman movie certainly has potential to offer a worthwhile actions experience. The 2007 film with Timothy Olyphant in the lead role didn't impress man, but it also wasn't as reviled as many video game adaptations. Maybe this new film will be something worth getting excited about.