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May 11, 2015
 

Dolph Lundgren to Star in ‘Don’t Kill It’

Dolph Lundgren once again proves he’s one of the hardest working action heroes in the industry as he signs on  for horror-thriller “Don’t Kill It”; he will be playing a demon hunter in Alaska with production slated for July.

According to Variety:

Archstone Distribution has acquired worldwide sales rights to the feature and will launch sales at Cannes.

Mike Mendez, who directed “Big Ass Spider!,” is directing from a script by Dan Berk and Robert Olsen of Last Pictures.

Lundgren’s demon hunter will team with a reluctant FBI agent to battle an ancient evil unleashed in a small Alaskan town, leaving a trail of death and destruction as it passes from host to host.

Producers are Robert Yocum of Burning Sky Films and Jeff Spilman. Lundgren starred in the last two “Expendables” films and “Skin Trade” with Tony Jaa.

Source: Variety



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