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Stephen Frears to Remake His 1984 Film The Hit

14 December 2011 9:42 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Director Stephen Frears is reuniting with screenwriter Peter Prince and producer Jeremy Thomas for a remake of their own 1984 film The Hit.

This British gangster crime thriller originally starred John Hurt and Tim Roth as incompetent hit men hired by the London mob to kidnap an informer played by Terence Stamp.

The Hit remake will move the action to Mexico and the United States, with Hollywood being used as a backdrop for the story.

This remake is in the early stages of development.

The Hit was released March 8th, 1985 and stars Freddie Stuart, Ralph Brown, A.J. Clarke, Terence Stamp, Lennie Peters, Bernie Searle, Brian Royal, Albie Woodington. The film is directed by Stephen Frears.

The Hit comes to theaters in 2014. The film is directed by Stephen Frears. »

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