Hitman Soon On Board

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20th Century Fox has hired Skip Woods (Swordfish) to adapt its feature version of videogame "Hitman," with Vin Diesel toplining

The 20th Century Fox is said to have hired Skip Woods to adapt its action thriller "Hitman." The film actually is a feature version of videogame with the same title, which the studio picked from producers Chuck Gordon and Adrian Askarieh in June.

The story of "Hitman" centers on Gun-for-hire Agent 47 who is hired by a group known as "The Agency" to kill targets for cash. In hand to executive produce is Vin Diesel, who also is to play the main role, with Daniel Alter to serve in a producing capacity.

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