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Hitman: Agent 47

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Hitman: Agent 47
Teaser Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Aleksander Bach
Release Date 2015
Studio TSG Entertainment
Distributor 20th Century Fox
Main Cast
Character Actor
Agent 47 Rupert Friend
John Smith Zachary Quinto
Katia van Dees Hannah Ware
Le Clerq Thomas Kretschmann

Hitman: Agent 47 is the 2015 feature film adaptation of the popular videogame series Hitman. Rupert Friend stars as Agent 47, an operative who must find the daughter of the man who is responsible for the creation of "The Agent Program", which is also responsible for his own creation, as well as many other genetically modified humans dubbed "Agents", who are bred to be the perfect assassins. The film is not connected to Hitman (2007), the first Hitman film adaptation that starred Timothy Olyphant as Agent 47.

The following weapons were used in the film Hitman: Agent 47:




Agent 47's (Rupert Friend) weapon of choice are two nickel M1911A1 handguns, standing in for his signature "Silverballers" from the game series, which were customized AMT Hardballers; the appearance of the guns almost resemble the Silverballers used in the second game, minus the hollow, adjustable trigger and the Hitman fleur-de-lis on the grips. 47 is sometimes seen wielding them together or with two custom, rectangular, nickel-plated suppressors attached. Katia van Dees, aka Agent 90, is also seen with 47's pistol.

Satin Nickel M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP. Manufactured on license by Remington Rand - nickel plated later by its owner.
A nice closeup as it is fired. This scene from the trailer later reappears as a blurry flashback shot during the intro, when the history of the Agent Program is told by Katia.
Agent 47 (Rupert Friend) introduces himself by executing the bodyguards of Dr. Delriego (Rolf Kanies) using his M1911A1, which receives a nice close up before the camera focuses on 47. Note that the credits list Skip Woods as a producer; Woods had previously written the screenplay for the first film adaptation of the Hitman franchise and writes for this second one as well.
47 holsters his M1911A1.
47 shoots a bodyguard point blank in the chest before tossing the man off a balcony, making him hit a metal stair railing on the way down.
47 adjusts his bloodied shirt cuff after massacring twenty of Delriego's bodyguards, crossing his M1911A1 across his chest. If he had the other one in his hand, he could've done the classic "Hitman pose", a missed opportunity!
Here they are seen in 47's suitcase next to their custom suppressors.
47 hangs up his jacket, showing the pistols in his shoulder holsters.
47 takes out his pistols and lays them in front of him as he naps, waiting for his laptop to finishing finding Katia's location.
47 emotionlessly blinks as he reloads his pistol. Note the customized magazine.
47 attaches a suppressor to the end of the gun's barrel.
In order to infiltrate the Berlin U.S. embassy, 47 walks through security with his Blaser rifle, knives, and pistols, seen here holstered, along with pouches for two magazines and his suppressors.
Agent 47 firing his "Silverballers".

Beretta 92FS

The security guards in the U.S. embassy pull out Beretta 92FS handguns on 47 after he reveals himself to be armed. A U.S. Marine officer guarding 47 during his interrogation is armed with one as well, which 47 takes after knocking him out, then uses it to shoot through his other handcuff chain and pistol whip his interrogator. During 47's escape, John Smith also takes one from a guard he attacked to replace his confiscated Jericho.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Agent 47 disarms a guard of his Beretta.
Smith steals a Beretta off an embassy guard he knocked out.
47 after shooting through his cuff chain.

Jericho 941RPL

John Smith (Zachary Quinto) is seen with a Jericho 941RPL when he fights Agent 47 in the subway station, where the gun get momentarily jammed after 47 shoots at it. He loses the gun after firing it in front of the U.S. embassy guards in order to get him and Katia detained so that they'll be kept safe from 47. He's seen with another Jericho, that promptly gets snatched away from him during his fight with 47, upon the reveal that he's working for the Syndicate.

Jericho 941 RPL, current production polymer framed model - 9x19mm
Smith fires his Jericho at 47 while on the floor of a Berlin metro station.
Smith's Jericho on the floor after 47 shoots at it. That little glowy thing is a CGI spark that didn't disappear fully before this screenshot was taken.
Smith tries to shoot 47, only to find that 47's potshot has jammed it.
After seeing that 47 has followed them, Smith fires the Jericho in the air to get himself and Katia arrested.

Glock 17

The Syndicate operatives have Glock 17 in chest holsters as their sidearms; Smith takes one for himself off a dead operative after 47 disarms him of his Jericho 941 RPL during his second melee battle with the latter. A Glock 17 is also seen in the hands of a freelance hitman that tries to take out 47 in a Singapore hotel room, but he never has a chance to fire it as 47 takes off the slide.

Glock 17 - 9x19mm.

Submachine Guns

Brügger & Thomet MP9

Both henchmen and bodyguards are armed with Brügger & Thomet MP-9 submachine guns.

Brügger & Thomet MP9 - 9x19mm
Delriego's (Rolf Kanies) bodyguards carry MP9s as they arrive in a safehouse after 47's cyberattack and subsequent assault on their convoy.


Beretta Cx4 Storm

Operatives are armed with the Beretta Cx4 Storm. The rifles appear to be fitted with quick shot bipod foregrips and 4x32 TriTAC tactical scopes on Weaver mounts, which probably means that Beretta CX4 Storm Tactical air rifles (which include the attachments) were used as props in the movie.

Beretta Cx4 Storm - 9x19mm
The Cx4 held by an operative.
An operative armed with his Cx4 before receiving a nasty present from Agent 47 in the form of a propeller blade through the shoulder.

Sniper Rifles

Blaser R93

47 uses a Blaser R93 as his sniper rifle of choice. He keeps it dissembled in his suitcase when not in use. After Smith and Katia get detained in an attempt to hide from him, 47 brings the rifle with him to get detained himself in the Berlin embassy in order to get to them. During 47's interrogation, the interrogator, Sanders (Dan Bakkedahl), brings out the gun and describes it as a "Blaser R93 LRS2. Custom configured right-hand twist. 4-24x50 sniper scope, and... hair trigger", the latter of which appears to have been activated after Sanders is goaded into loading and arming the rifle, after which, 47 kicks the table the rifle is set on, making it go off and shoot through one of 47's handcuff chains, allowing him to break free. After escaping, 47 goes after Smith and Katia with the rifle, managing to graze Katia's arm with a special bullet that allowed 47 to locate and capture her. The Blaser was also utilized by Timothy Olyphant in the 2007 feature film adaptation of the series and was featured the first and third games in the series.

Blaser R93 LRS2 - .308 Winchester
The Blaser can be first seen disassembled in 47's suitcase after arriving in Berlin.
47 puts the Blaser in a duffel bag, along with what appears to be four 10 round magazines (meaning that this rifle is most likely chambered in .308 Winchester) and has it ran through the x-ray machines.
Sanders places a rifle round next to the Blaser for dramatic effect.
In what would be a terrible idea in anyone's eyes, the inept interrogator puts a round in the rifle and puts his finger on the trigger, mere inches from 47's face.
The Blaser can be seen placed on a table.
After being given too many ominous threats against his family by 47, Sanders loads the rifle in an ill thought-out attempt to intimidate him.
While incognito as a Marine officer, 47 gets stopped by a guard while having the Blaser slung over his back, forcing him to knock the man out and change outfits.
A shot of the Blaser's high-tech scope, which appears to be able to gauge wind speed and record what it's looking at.
In a new disguise, 47 uses a truck mirror as a makeshift bipod while trying to get a shot at Katia.
47 chambers a round before aiming at Smith and Katia. Note that 47 is chambering one of his own custom rounds; dialogue with Katia reveals that the bullet had some sort of tracking properties.

Barrett M107CQ

What appears to be a Barrett M107CQ is hooked up to a remote-controlled firing system and used by 47 to take out the driver of one of the Audis in Delriego's convoy, causing the car to crash into a wall.

Barrett M107CQ - .50 BMG
A Barrett M82 variant attached to a remote firing system prepares to take aim at one of the convoy drivers. This is the clearest we see of the gun, though its distinctive features identify it as a Barrett anti-materiel rifle.


47's Equipment

In Berlin, 47 opens his suitcase full of his equipment: (the half to the left, from the top) a laptop 47 is seen retrieving from a hidden compartment, some unknown object cut-off from view, fiber wire, three circular devices, two nickel-plated M1911A1s with custom suppressors, seven rounds of custom, red-cased bullets between them, two United Cutlery UC2846 Honshu Mini Tanto knives, two extra, nickel magazines customized with a red line painted on them, and two detonator remotes. The other half contains a disassembled Blaser R93 rifle with its scope and bipod.

Delriego's Armory Cabinet

Doctor Delriego has a cabinet full of various rifles and pistols that he tries accessing to kill 47 before he leaves with vital information, only to get blown up by a mine placed by the latter.

As 47 takes out his bodyguards, we can see the gun cabinet.
Delriego opens the gun cabinet.

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