90's Action Heroine Razor to Get Movie From "Bruce Lee" & "Fast and Furious" Director

Popular 90's action heroine Razor is about to get the cinematic treatment from a new movie by producer Jeff Most ("The Crow", "The Specialist") and writer/director Rob Cohen ("The Fast and the Furious", "XXX", "The Skulls", "The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor", "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story").

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By Comedian666 - 8/9/2013


The 90's action heroine, Razor, was extremely popular in her heyday, setting the bar for the popular action heroine trend. The story of a young girl whose family is slaughtered and who then becomes the vigilante "Razor" for the long razor-like knives she wears on her arms. She eventually finds out that her sister is alive and works as an assassin for the man who killed her father.
The character was recently revived by her creator, Everette Hartsoe, in an extremely successful Kickstarter project, proving that the character still maintains the huge audience her books drew in the 90's. The popular character even teamed with characters like The Crow and Warrior Nun Areala. The rebooted Razor will update the character for a modern audience.
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MrNiklander - 8/9/2013, 1:11 PM
Rob Cohen huh?!?! He has made some good films count me piqued.
sameoldthing - 8/9/2013, 3:30 PM
Crappy character.
Please stop with the claw blades people...only works for Wolverine.

Trash this film concept & spend time developing something worthy.
TelaVizion - 8/9/2013, 4:42 PM
Had never heard of this character
Comedian666 - 8/9/2013, 4:53 PM
sameoldthing, there are plenty of characters with claws that I personally think are better characters than Wolverine. Razor is one, so is John Jaspers from "Faust: Love of the Damned." Claws are hardly an original concept and certainly not unique to Wolverine. The claws themselves are not what make the character, characterization is.
DudeGuyMan - 8/9/2013, 5:14 PM

Luminus - 8/9/2013, 5:59 PM
Comedian666 - 8/9/2013, 6:10 PM
Razor existed waaaaaaay before Bloodrayne...
Luminus - 8/9/2013, 6:15 PM
Bloodrayne is hotter.
AUSSYACE - 8/10/2013, 7:30 AM
STB71 - 8/12/2013, 10:48 PM
Speaking of 90s Comics heroes-anyone else like to see Grips return?

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