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Hitman (R1) in March

Fox Home Entertainment have announced the Region 1 DVD release of Hitman on 11th March 2008. Based on the videogame franchise, Hitman follows a genetically engineered, elite assassin known only as Agent 47 whose sole purpose is to rid the world of its most sinister and deadly criminals. Hitman stars Timothy Olyphant as the master agent, Olga Kurylenko as his love interest and Dougray Scott as the Interpol investigator obsessed with capturing him. Living an existence of cold exactitude with lethal grace, unwavering precision and resolute pride in his work, Agent 47 is faced with the unexpected stirrings of his conscience and the unfamiliar emotions aroused by a mysterious Russian woman.

The film will be available in single-disc Rated and Unrated versions ($29.98 SRP each) as well as a “Digital Copy Unrated Special Edition” ($34.98 SRP) which boasts some additional extra features and a second disc which contains a digital copy of the film. With this you can transfer the film to your Mac or Windows based computer, as well as portable media such as your iPod, iPhone and Microsoft Windows PLAYFORSURE enabled portable video devices.

Single-Disc Theatrical Version - Includes both Full Screen and Widescreen transfers with English DD5.1 Surround audio, Spanish Dolby Surround and French subtitles. Extras include 4 Deleted Scenes and an Alternate Ending.

Single Disc Unrated Version - Widescreen presentation with English DD5.1 and DTS 5.1 Surround audio, Spanish Dolby Surround and French subtitles. Extras include 4 Deleted Scenes and an Alternate Ending.

Digital Copy Unrated Special Edition - As per the Unrated Version above but with the following additional extras on disc one:

  • Featurettes:
    • In the Crosshairs
    • Digital Hits
    • Instruments of Destruction
      • Para-Ordinance P18.9
      • Blaser R93 LRS2
      • MM16
      • FN F2000
      • Micro Uzi
      • M240
    • Settling The Score
  • Gag Reel
Plus a second disc with the “Digital Copy”.

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