Hitman dvd

Agent 47 is a genetically modified killer, trained from a young age to be an unquestioning and unstoppable assassin, who will serve his creators to the end. At least that was the plan…

Based on the top-selling, award-winning computer game, Hitman is the latest DVD release from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and stars Timothy Olyphant as Agent 47 and the stunning Olga Kurylenko (recently announced as the new Bond Girl) as the mysterious Nika Boronina.

The turbo charged hit delivers even more non-stop tension with an exclusive DVD package that includes additional fight scenes, previously unseen behind the scenes footage, cast interviews and extra scenes that will set pulses racing.

Hitman is available on DVD on Monday 31st March.

Plot Summary

Agent 47 is hired by a secretive group, 'The Agency', and finds himself ensnared in a bloody battle between East and West, which finds him pursued by both Interpol and the Russian military as he treks across Eastern Europe.

Abandoned by his mysterious employer and pursued by Interpol agent Mike Whittier (Dougray Scott - Mission: Impossible II) and Russian military FSB (Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation) officer, Yuri Marklov (Robert Knepper – Prison Break), the assassin must evade those he once trusted and those set to hold him responsible for the assassination of Russian President Mikhail Belicoff. As Belicoff's death is covered up, being portrayed in the media as just a graze wound, the true extent of a plot to puppet the leadership of Russia is exposed.

Directed by Xavier Gens and produced by Chuck Gordon, Adrian Askariah, Daniel Alter and Luc Besson (The Fifth Element), Hitman is the latest movie to be transferred from a popular computer game; appealing to fans of both formats.

Bonus materials:

Featurette: In the Crosshairs

Follow “Agent 47” in his quest to slay the competition and take revenge on those who have set him up. From scripting, to shooting (both film and guns), to post-production, we’ll go behind the scenes and sit down with the cast & crew of HITMAN to discuss the creation of this non-stop action flick.

Featurette: Digital Hits

In years past, action movies spawned video games…but my how times have changed. HITMAN represents the newest entry in the current trend, in which movies are based on video games. For this featurette, we’ll explore the birth and history of the mega-popular HITMAN game series. We’ll talk to the series’ creators, learn about the birth of Agent 47 and discuss his growing list of eliminated targets. We’ll find out the elements necessary to forge a compelling first-person shooter game, especially in the ever changing and crowded video game landscape. We’ll also discuss the similarities and differences between a video game and its silver screen counterpart. We’ll see how Agent 47 has evolved throughout his various incarnations and get the inside word on the latest “in development” installment in the HITMAN video game saga. Finally, we’ll chat with the experts at G4 Network about the popularity of HITMAN as well as its impact on the video game industry.

Featurette: Instruments of Destruction

In the movie HITMAN, Agent 47 utilizes a vast arsenal of weaponry and gadgets in his bloody struggle to survive and stay one step ahead of the authorities and competition. In this featurette, we’ll sit down with the weapons experts from HITMAN and take an up-close and personal look at all of the guns and deadly devices used in the film. We’ll talk about the origin and specifications of each weapon, its military or civilian application, as well as use and handling instructions…and maybe a few words about safety while we’re at it. Oh, and we didn’t forget destructive firepower. We’ll learn about the damage and mayhem these deadly toys can inflict…and then lock & load as we head to a shooting range for the professionals to give us a live fire demonstration.

Featurette: Settling The Score

In this featurette, we discuss the music of the film how the composer and filmmakers work together to create the perfect musical accompaniment to this action packed feature.

O Deleted Scene: Ovie's Pool Scene

o Deleted Scene: Hospital Scene

o Deleted Scene: A Different Train Platform

o Deleted Scene: Udre's Death

o Deleted Scene: Alternate Ending

o Gag Reel