Another Steven Seagal (Above the Law, Out for a Kill) movie has just been added to the action star’s evergrowing filmography. Just a week after the announcement of Attrition – Seagal’s first directorial project in 22 years – new information has surfaced about Seagal starring in Gunfighter.
According to VMI, Gunfighter centers on an old-school lawman who battles a ruthless, deadly gang that has invaded his small town to pull off a brazen daylight heist. Chuck Hustmyre, who wrote the yet-to-be-released Seagal film, End of a Gun, will also write Gunfighter. There are currently no others stars or a director attached.
As a side note, Gunfighter sounds slightly similar to 2013’s The Last Stand – the Hollywood debut feature of Kim Ji-woon (I Saw the Devil) – which starred Arnold Schwarzenegger as a small town sheriff who protects his town from a dangerous drug lord.
Other Seagal films “in the works” include Attrition, Contract to Kill, End of a Gun, Cypher, Four Towers and Under Siege 3. Seagal can be seen next in one of the following, forthcoming titles: The Asian Connection, Killing Salazar, Perfect Weapon and Code of Honor.
Stay tuned for more news regarding Gunfighter.