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In Hunter Killer, the Russian President is captured by his own Defense Minister at a visit on a Northern Marine base. A United States of America (U.S.) Submarine under the command of Commander Joe Glass is sent into Russian territorial waters to save the Russian President and avoid sparking World War III.
The film will be released in the United States on October 26, 2018.
Question for students (and subscribers): Did you ever read the novel Firing Point? Also, are you planning on seeing this movie? Please let us know in the comments section below this article.
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For more information about the novel that this film is based on, please see
Keith, Don and George Wallace. Firing Point. Berkley, 2012.
For more information about this film, please see Hunter Killer‘s official website at https://www.hunterkiller.movie/.
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