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Wild Target

Wild Target Movie

Starring: Bill Nighy, Emily Blunt, Rupert Grint, Rupert Everett, Eileen Atkins, Martin Freeman

Director: Jonathan Lynn

Release Date: October 29th, 2010
Release Date: 18th June, 2010

Synopsis: Victor Maynard is a middle-aged, solitary assassin, who lives to please his formidable mother, despite his own peerless reputation for lethal efficiency. His professional routine is interrupted when he finds himself drawn to one of his intended victims, Rose. He spares her life, unexpectedly acquiring in the process a young apprentice, Tony. Believing Victor to be a private detective, his two new companions tag along, while he attempts to thwart the murderous attentions of his unhappy client.


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About the Movie

Wild Target is a 2010 comedy film, directed by Jonathan Lynn. It is based on the 1993 French film Cible Emouvante. Lucinda Coxon wrote the screenplay, and Martin Pope and Michael Rose are producing it.

Production began shooting in London on 16 September 2008, with Bill Nighy, Emily Blunt, Rupert Grint and Eileen Atkins heading the cast. Filming also took place on the Isle of Man.

'Wild Target' Stars

Bill Nighy, Eileen Atkins, Emily Blunt, Jonathan Lynn, Martin Freeman, Rupert Everett, Rupert Grint

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One Comment on “Wild Target”

  1.   Lulu said on October 5th, 2010:

    I saw this film for the second time yesterday, just as good the second time around – which isn’t something many films can boast. Based on the 1993 French film, Wild Target’s humour and charm centres around the character interactions, they are slight and understated and unfortunately this will be missed on a lot of audiences. However, those who notice this will see a further flare in what is easily a film that meanders through each scene with a barrel full of laughs per scene. A well placed re-release of the 1993 French film is now out as well, so it’s time to see how they compare.

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