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The Gunman - Theatrical Version is Director's Cut

No Extended Version for Sean Penn Movie on DVD/BD

The action thriller The Gunman that was produced by Joel Silver and directed by Pierre Morel (Taken) will not get a Director's Cut later on. Morel said this during an interview with Collider. Everything that should be in the movie is included in the theatrical version. Furthermore, censorship is not an expectable issue since the film came into theaters with the "R" rating. Those who wanted to wait for the film on home video out of caution can thus now consider a visit in cinemas where the film is currently playing.

Release: Mar 28, 2015 - Author: Das Wiesel - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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