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Awesome! Movie Honoring American Sniper Chris Kyle will be Released This Year

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Hollywood is dominated by far-left liberals who have anti-American views and hate the military. But today we learn that with their declining ticket sales are making a movie to appeal to the conservative majority they usually ignore. American Sniper will be directed by the great conservative actor Clint Eastwood. It’s scheduled late-2014 release is when studios reserve their best movies, as it’s during reward season!

The Navy SEAL drama stars Bradley Cooper. The Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow movie is a passion project for the Oscar-nominated actor, who is producing with Andrew Lazar and Lazar’s company, Mad Chance Productions.

In turn, Warners announced it is moving Guy Ritchie’s Man from U.N.C.L.E., starring Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer, from Jan. 16, 2015, to Aug. 14, 2015, while Alcon Entertainment’s Point Break remake will shift from Aug. 7 to July 31 of that year. The studio also announced dates for two untitled horror films for New Line: one on Jan. 29, 2016, and the other on Sept. 9 of that same year. The studio revealed the date changes Tuesday.

American Sniper is an adaptation of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle’s book American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History. It reveals how Kyle came to record the highest number of sniper kills for an American. The book has been praised for its frankness in telling a first-person account of a warrior who shoots from far and close distances. Kyle was killed in a shooting accident in February 2013 by a fellow veteran.

This is great news – with a leading star like Bradley Cooper and a director who takes directing war-related films very seriously – this is sure to be an A+ movie that no one will want to miss.

Kyle came to record the highest number of sniper kills in our country’s history and his book has been praised for its candid account of how he served his country bravely. Sadly, Kyle was killed in a shooting accident in February 2013 by a fellow veteran. But his story deserves to be told.

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  1. Jake says:

    Can’t wait to watch, especially since Clint is directing. However the article refers to his death as a “shooting accident”. I thought he was shot intentionally tho…. either way his story is absolutely amazing and tragic. A true hero in every sense of the word….

  2. Michael says:

    Good, about time they put this book to film. Hope Eastwood has the balls enough to include the Ventura trash as well. I have read the book and hope that it is good as the book . Good choice for lead actor.

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