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Hailee Steinfeld is Barely Lethal in Two New Stills

Source:   EW
January 3, 2014


The first two still from RKO Pictures' upcoming action comedy Barely Lethal are now online and you can check them both out below, courtesy of EW.

Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit, Ender’s Game), Jessica Alba (Sin City, Machete), Samuel L. Jackson (Django Unchained, Pulp Fiction), and Sophie Turner (“Game of Thrones") are set to star in the action comedy, written and directed by Kyle Newman and produced by produced by Main Street Films, Hopscotch Pictures and RatPac Entertainment.

In the film, Steinfeld plays Megan, a young international assassin who yearns for a “normal” adolescence, prompting her to fake her own death and enroll in a suburban high school. Alba plays Victoria, Megan's former handler and current nemesis, who enlists Heather (Turner) to go undercover at the high school and reacquire the runaway. Jackson portrays Megan’s mentor, Hardman.

Barely Lethal will be released this fall.




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