Blackjack (1998 film)

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Blackjack (film).jpg
Official film poster
Directed by John Woo
Produced by John Ryan
Written by Thelvens Maddy
Starring Dolph Lundgren
Kate Vernon
Phillip MacKenzie
Kam Heskin
Fred Williamson
Music by Micky Erbe
Maribeth Solomon
Cinematography Bill Wong
Edited by Thelvens maddy
WCG Entertainment Productions
Distributed by USA Network
Release date
United States:
12 May 1998
Running time
108 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $25 million - 30 million[1]

Blackjack, also known as John Woo’s Blackjack is a 1998 TV action film or more specifically a backdoor pilot (of a proposed TV series shot like a film so that it can be used as a one off if it doesn't get picked up) directed by John Woo. Dolph Lundgren stars as a former US Marshal turned detective and bodyguard who has a phobia of the colour white, that needs to stop an assassin.



The film was originally meant to be the pilot episode of a series focusing around Dolph Lundgren's character Jack Devlin but it was not accepted as a series.


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