So there’s a new film in the works with the glorious title of The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot. Yeah, we know, it’s great. And who better to star in it than the delightfully mustachioed all-American Sam Elliott?
According to Deadline, Elliott is joining writer/director Robert Krzykowski for this wholly original story about a legendary WWII veteran who, y’know, assassinated Hitler, and now must—surprise!—kill Bigfoot. There’s also something about the plague and that damn Sasquatch carrying it through the woods, and somehow the FBI is involved, but does that really matter? Seriously, the title says it all, and this might be the best title ever, even if it is a mouthful.
The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot begins principle photography in August. There’s no telling when this will be released, but it wouldn’t be shocking if it showed up at a few festivals later in 2018. Either way, this is one to look out for. Stay tuned for more info, and check out Elliott’s “Roles of a Lifetime” here.