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Kingsley and Leoni in You Kill Me trailer

BenKingsley.jpgA trailer for the film You Kill Me has appeared online, that's the story of an alchoholic hitman, played by Ben Kingsley, sent away from the family to sort himself out. While he does he becomes a mortician, and enjoys it, and becomes involved with a woman played by Téa Leoni. He reveals himself to all, including his AA meetings and his sponsor, played by Luke Wilson, but is unexpectedly called back to work.

You know, that right up doesn't do the comedy aspect of it any favours. You can see the trailer over at Yahoo Movies [Flash:Embed], which yes I grant you reminds you a little of Grosse Pointe Blank, however it does look quite promising, especially if Kingsley is going to give us one of his slightly skewed performances.

Not only are Ben Kingsley,Téa Leoni and Luke Wilson in the film, but there are also some other big names such as Dennis Farina, Philip Baker Hall and Bill Pullman.

Directed by John Dahl it's written by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, who also wrote The Life and Death of Peter Sellers and the two Narnia films.

What do you think, too much like other films, or is there something more there? I like to think that there is with this cast.





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That's actually looking pretty funny! "I kill people. For a living." "Amen!". hehehe

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