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Glen Powell's 'Hit Man' won't kill you, but he may seduce you

Netflix's entertaining dark comedy Hit Man is not about a hired killer. It's about a guy who pretends to be a hired killer. Director Richard Linklater co-wrote this film with movie star of the moment, Glen Powell. Based very loosely on a real guy, Powell plays a mild-mannered professor who also works undercover for the police as a fake hitman.

Glen Powell's 'Hit Man' won't kill you, but he may seduce you

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Hollywood flips the script in the new movie 'Ezra'

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Maya Hawke talks remixing Hannah Montana and fighting Mumford and Sons

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'IF' only! These imaginary friends are sweet, but could have been so much more

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