Saturday, March 25, 2017

"Hitman" Hits The Jackpot

Director Xavier Gens' classic action feature "Hitman" (2007) and its various spin-offs continue to provide action fans with one hell of a ride:

"Hitman" the movie was based on a video game series first released on Microsoft consoles and PlayStation in 2000. The games were a huge success, with the most recent instalment released March 2016. 

As well as being involved in the "Hitman" story through gaming, and online games fandoms, you can also play it online and win money. 

You can learn more about this in the Hitman slot game review, describing the impressive graphics, sound effects and storyline as well as insights into how to earn free spins, bonuses and other special offers. If you are a fan of the film then checking out the online slots version of the game is a must.

"Hitman" was also a TV series that continued to provide fans with the 'Hitman' fix, spinning-off from the "Hitman" movie that was a collaboration between French, English, and American film makers. 

Starring Timothy Olyphant, Dougray Schott, and 'Bond-girl' Olga Kurylenko the film earned $100 million worldwide, following a socially and psychologically engineered man who became a cold-blooded assassin.

He finds himself in the middle of a political conspiracy, pursued both by Interpol and Russian intelligence services. While the film received mixed reviews, it was also lauded as a classic feature, with a depiction of graphic violence for diehard action-thriller fans.

Due to the first film's enthusiastic following, the sequel "Hitman: Agent 47" was released in 2014, starring Rupert Friend in the main role and Hannah Ware as the female protagonist, developing themes established in the first film, but with a deeper dig into the world of these 'Agents' and the dark forces that control them.

The original "Hitman" film, the TV series, video game, online slotsgame, and the sequel will continue to keep action thriller fans enthralled from start to finish...

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