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Vin Diesel plays in "Bloodshot" as a superpower soldier



After watching actors like Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Pratt, and Chris Evans, as they were superheroes for a decade while tuning a CGI-rendered tree in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Vin Diesel could be ready to hang up his own costume.

Diesel is negotiating with Sony in order to Bloodshot an adaptation of the Valiant comic series after a report by The Wrap . The film would be the first in which the company hopes to create a common film universe of the Bloodshot and Harbinger comic book series. UPDATE: Diesel officially plays a starring role in the movie.

Diesel played Raymond Garrison, aka Bloodshot, a former soldier who is mortally wounded and gains regenerative power, superhuman strength, and shape change after nano-machines were shot into his blood. Some of his other abilities: increased speed, superhuman endurance, healing powers and, oh yes, he can also fire energy shots.

UPDATE II: Diesel released the first photo of the set of film showing him in his role as Garrison before turning into Bloodshot:

Diesel's massive arms – which you can get with this workout, the he has described in detail for Men's Fitness – should fit well for this project. [194559009] The Wrap reports that the film is likely to be an R-rated film that looks like Logan and Deadpool both of which are large Ticket outlets found critical success with their violent, more adult actions.

The producer of Diesel's Fast & Furious and xXx Neil Moritz, brings the project together and brings Dave Wilson (the Creative Director at Blur Studio, of Deadpool is operated, and new Terminator (franchise director Tim Miller) is to direct and Oscar-nominated screenwriter Eric Heisserer ( Arrival ) is due to work on the script

Diesel arrives at the perfect time for the project, and in 2017 was voted Best Rated Actor of the Year, earning $ 1.6 billion in tickets to The Fate of the Furious and xXx: The Return of Xander Cage ] The Valiant projects will not be the only major comic adaptations that Sony expects in the future.The company has already released Tom Hardy's Venom film, in which the actor with MMA and Kickboxing was shredded, and he will partner with Marvel Spider-Man -Franchise

Bloodshot comes 2020.


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