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Stone Cold Steve Austin Signs Two Picture Deal with Anchor Bay Entertainment
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 02.09.2013



- Deadline reports that WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin has signed a two picture deal with Anchor Bay Entertainment.

His next project is an action movie called Kill'em All, John where Austin will play a former mafia hitman who gets brought back to the criminal underworld in a race against the clock to kill the heads of the crime families. The movie starts shooting next summer. Austin's Broken Skull Ranch Productions will produce the film as well.



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