The Hit List (2011 film)
|The Hit List|
|Directed by||William Kaufman|
|Distributed by||North by Northwest Entertainment
Motion Picture Corporation of America
Stage 6 Films
|Running time||91 minutes|
Allan Campbell (Cole Hauser), a man who has had a very bad day, goes to a bar to drown his sorrows. He drunkenly befriends a mysterious man who calls himself Jonas (Cuba Gooding, Jr.), revealing to him a list of five people he wishes were dead.
But as the bodies start piling up, and with a detective (Jonathan LaPaglia) hot on his trail, Allan, no longer believing the events to be a practical joke, must set out to end the murders before it is too late.
- Cole Hauser as Allan Campbell
- Cuba Gooding, Jr. as Jonas Arbor
- Jonathan LaPaglia as Detective Neil McKay
- Ginny Weirick as Sydney Campbell
- Sean Cook as Brian Felzner
- Drew Waters as Mike Dodd
- Matt Beckham as Agent Drake Ford
- Brandon O'Neill as Dom Estacado
- J.P. O'Shaughnessy as Lt. Ben Harp
- David Andriole as Detective Ray Lowery
- Brandon Messenger as Agent Cole Baldridge
Actor Christian Slater, who also starred with Cuba Gooding in Lies & Illusions as well as Sacrifice, was originally rumored to play the part of Allan Campbell. Slater co-starred with Hauser in the film Shadows of the White Nights.
Filming took place in Spokane, Washington in early 2010. The local police in Spokane refused to officially participate in the film's production because of the film's depiction of violence toward police officers. This is due to the Lakewood, Washington police officer shooting two months before principal photography began, in which four officers were murdered.
- "Honky Tonk Barstool"
Written by Zach Selwyn
Performed by Zachariah and the Lobos Riders
Courtesy of Papago Records.
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