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Frank Martin Returns

By Widge - posted 06.04.08 @ 4:59 am
Jason Statham as Frank Martin

Lionsgate has snagged the stateside and Canadian distribution rights for Transporter 3 and you can expect it for Turkey Day this year. Olivier Megaton (does that sound like a Bond villain name or what?) is directing. The script is by Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen, who wrote the first two. Robert Knepper from Prison Break is in the cast and Francois Berleand is returning. The film is in post-production right now. But here's my favorite part of the press release right here: the synopsis...

Jason Statham returns as Frank Miller, the ex-Special Forces operative who specializes in high-risk deliveries.

First up, that's what the press release says. Which means that Jason Statham is...directing The Spirit? What? Okay, let's correct that for them and be fair:

Jason Statham returns as Frank Martin, the ex-Special Forces operative who specializes in high-risk deliveries.

Now from what I can figure, that's probably not just the synopsis, but also the entirety of the script. And I'm probably okay with that.

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Widgett Walls is Need Coffee's Chief Cook and Bottle Washer. He is the author of the novel Mystics on the Road to Vanishing Point, and two collections of short stories, Magnificent Desolation and Something Else: The Complete First Season. He is also co-author of the children's book There's a Zombie in My Treehouse! All of those books are available in paperback or for the Kindle from Amazon. He is also the narrator and publisher of the first unabridged recording of Seneca's letters, available here. He is active on both Twitter and Facebook. (If you befriend him on Facebook, do say you came via Need Coffee.) He lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia. He hardly ever sleeps.

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