Chad Stahelski’s 87Eleven Remake Bollywood ‘Kill’ Action Thriller 5

John Wick filmmaker Chad Stahelski is set to produce an English-language remake of the action thriller Kill for Roadside Attractions.

Nikhil Nagesh Bhat, who wrote and directed the 2023 Indian Hindi-language film, is on board for the same duties for the remake. The original Kill movie took place during a train trip to New Delhi, and saw a pair of commandos battle an army of bandits. It to get a U.S. release this weekend, starting July 4.

“Just when the stakes couldn’t get any higher, the train hurtles into chaos as a gang of 40 blade-wielding bandits storms in. Amrit and his friend employ their combat skills to protect the passengers. The train’s confines transform into a claustrophobic battleground, where martial arts meet mayhem,” the official synopsis from the producers states.

The Bollywood version of Kill is produced by Hiroo Yash Johar, Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, Guneet Monga Kapoor and Achin Jain. The ensemble cast includes Lakshya, Tanya Maniktala and Raghav Juyal.

Stahelski and his 87Eleven Entertainment banner have a deal with Lionsgate to bring the Hollywood studio original action movies to collaborate on, with an eye to establishing future movie franchises. The production agreement is separate from a recently announced deal with Lionsgate that gives Stahelski oversight of two franchises: Highlander and John Wick, the latter of which has spanned four films directed by Stahelski and starring Keanu Reeves.

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