ByRobert Lipstreu, writer at Creators.co
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Robert Lipstreu

The other day I finished playing Hitman: Absolution. While I enjoyed the game play; the stealth and genuine planning you had to use to carry out each objective, I found myself wanting to watch the 2007 movie of the same name, Hitman.

Seeing that Netflix doesn't have this available for streaming, I ventured upon "Interview With a Hitman", starring Luke Goss. I have to be thoroughly honest here, the resemblance between Agent 47 and Mr. Goss are rather uncanny. Check the resemblance yourself and tell me you don't see it.

Hitman: Absolution (IO interactive / Square Enix)
Hitman: Absolution (IO interactive / Square Enix)
Luke Goss: Interview With a Hitman-Kirlian Pictures
Luke Goss: Interview With a Hitman-Kirlian Pictures
Hitman: Absolution (IO interactive / Square Enix)
Hitman: Absolution (IO interactive / Square Enix)
Luke Goss: Interview With a Hitman-Kirlian Pictures
Luke Goss: Interview With a Hitman-Kirlian Pictures

Even watching the trailer for Hitman: Absolution and Dead Drop, I was pleasently surprised to see the similarities.

I don't know about you, but I'd love to see the studios produce an epic movie for this character, with Luke Goss portraying the roll of Agent 47, I honestly think we'd be in for a treat. While Timothy Olyphant did a nice job with the script he had (and I love his character Thomas Gabriel from Die Hard: 4.0 [Live Free or Die Hard]), I see Mr. Goss nailing Agent 47. He has the physical prowess, is a versatile actor, and c'mon, he's already passing as an uncanny look a like. What does everyone think? Amidst all of the remakes that Hollywood is spewing forth, can we stomach a revamping of the legend that is [Hitman: Agent 47](movie:593267)?

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