The Jackal | Bruce Willis Tests Out a High-Tech Gatling Gun… on Jack Black

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Once gunsmith Ian Lamont (Jack Black) finishes his custom mount design for the Jackal (Bruce Willis), it’s time to test it out. After determining everything works properly, the Jackal brings out the Gatling gun, forcing Lamont to run for his life. Check out this high-action scene from this classic thriller!

Bruce Willis, Richard Gere and Sidney Poitier star in this international suspense thriller directed by Michael Caton-Jones. A ruthless assassin (Willis) has been hired to eliminate someone at the very top of the U.S. government. Constantly changing his identity and location, he is known only as the Jackal. Everything about this hit man, including his sinister timetable, is a secret. Aware of the Jackal’s presence but uncertain of his purpose, the FBI’s Deputy Director (Poitier) faces the biggest challenge of his career. In order to track down this coldblooded killer, he and a by-the-book Russian intelligence officer (Diane Venora) enlist the aid of an imprisoned Irish terrorist (Gere). These unlikely allies enter a global race against the clock to stop the mysterious mercenary before he can complete his deadly assignment.

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Cast: Bruce Willis, Richard Gere, Sidney Poitier, Diane Venora, Tess Harper, J.K. Simmons, Mathilda May, Jack Black

Produced by: James Jacks, Michael Caton-Jones, Sean Daniel, Kevin Jarre

Directed by: Michael Caton-Jones

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