Sniper: Reloaded

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Sniper: Reloaded
Sniper- Reloaded FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Claudio Fäh
Produced by Claudio Fäh
David Wicht
Screenplay by John Fasano
Story by Ross Helford
John Fasano
Based on Characters created by
Michael Frost Beckner
Crash Leyland
Starring Billy Zane
Chad Michael Collins
Music by David Safritz
Marcus Trampp
Cinematography Lorenzo Senatore
Edited by William Flicker
Distributed by Stage 6 Films
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Release date(s)
  • April 26, 2011 (2011-04-26)
Running time 91 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $17,764,643

Sniper: Reloaded is a 2011 direct-to-video action film. It is a continuation of the 1993 theatrically released Sniper, the 2002 TV movie, Sniper 2, and the 2004 direct-to-video Sniper 3. Filming took place in South Africa in 2010. The fifth film, titled Sniper: Legacy, will be released direct-to-video on September 30, 2014. The fifth film stars the returning Tom Berenger and Chad Michael Collins.


Marine Sgt. Brandon Beckett (Collins), the son of the previous Sniper film's protagonist Thomas Beckett (Tom Berenger), takes up the mantle set by his father and goes on a mission of his own. While working with the UN Forces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Brandon Beckett receives orders to rescue a European farmer, Jean van Brunt (Rob Fruithoff), in the middle of hostile rebel territory. When he and his men arrive at the farm, a mysterious sniper ambushes them, wounding Beckett and killing everyone else. With the help of his father's former protégé, sniper instructor Richard Miller (Billy Zane), Beckett must learn to think like a sniper to track down the assassin before the sniper returns to finish the job. On top of this he must also track down the one who is giving the orders and reveal a conspiracy.


Character Film
Sniper Sniper 2 Sniper 3 Sniper: Reloaded
Thomas Beckett Tom Berenger  
Richard Miller Billy Zane   Billy Zane
Brandon Beckett   Chad Michael Collins

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