Josh Brolin is heading back to "Jonah Hex" after movie bosses ordered a series of re-shoots on the upcoming blockbuster. The "Milk" actor plays disfigured bounty hunter Hex in the Western, a big screen adaptation of the popular comic books, alongside Megan Fox and John Malkovich.
Shooting on the big budget production wrapped in 2009, but the stars are heading back to the set at the end of the month, January 2010 to film additional action scenes, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The move is the latest in a series of setbacks for the film, including the loss of directing duo Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, who wrote the script but allegedly left the project following creative differences with Brolin.
"Jonah Hex" was originally slated for an August release, but was recently moved forward to June. The movie follows a skilled bounty hunter who is given offer which he can't refuse by the U.S. military. He is ordered to track down and to stop dangerous terrorist John Malkovich's Quentin Turnbull who happens to be his old enemy.