The team is headed by Rapp's recruiter, Irene Kennedy, whose official role is as director of the CIA's Counterterrorism Center. JSOC operators carry M4 series rifles in several scenes. A Blaser R93 is used by Ghost (Taylor Kitsch). Ghost's evil grin when he pins Mitch to the wall and mocks him about not saving his girlfriend. Mitch later infiltrates the hideout, eventually ramming his car into the building and causing a massive explosion that destroys the hideout. The film is an adaptation of the novel of the same name that is part of a series of Mitch Rapp novels written by Vince Flynn. It was formed in response to the Lockerbie disaster by the then CIA director of operations Thomas Stansfield. Orion agent (formerly)Terrorist Norinco Type 56 assault rifles are used by terrorists. Use a nuclear weapon against the U.S. Navy's 6th Fleet and Mitch take out (both failed). Since Flynn's death in 2013, the series has been continued by Kyle Mills. One of Rapp's aliases is Mitch Kruse.

A stainless Colt Government Model pistol is used by Mitch (Dylan O'Brien) on the range. Full Name In the special ops community he is often known only by his call sign, "Iron Man" after the annual Ironman Triathlon in which he has participated on several occasions and has twice won. While verifying the sale of the weapon in Poland, Ghost immediately kills the sellers as well as two police officers before fleeing. He also speaks French, German and Italian. Annika shoots herself, and Mitch pursues Ghost at sea, where he intends on destroying the U.S. Navy's Sixth Fleet. With the help of the CIA, he runs a small computer consulting business on the side that just happens to do a fair amount of international business, which gives him the cover to travel frequently. Mitch Rapp (Dylan O'Brien) is seen taking the rifle from a terrorist and uses it until it runs dry.

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Since he had minored in French at Syracuse, within a month at the CIA he was fluent in the language.

Only twenty-three years old at the time, Rapp did not go through the standard CIA training program at "The Farm", outside Williamsburg, Virginia. Ghost (Taylor Kitsch) later takes the SAI Glock from Victor, and uses it after removing the suppressor. Twenty three-year-old Mitch lost his parents to a tragic car accident at the age of fourteen, and his girlfriend to a terrorist attack just as they were engaged. This article or section is incomplete.

Antoine Fuqua was originally attached to direct[4], with several names being rumored to play Rapp, including Gerard Butler, Colin Farrell and Matthew Fox,[5] but the studio announced some major changes in June 2011. Officially, Rapp has nothing to do with the U.S. government; rather, he is referred to in the business as a private contractor. His only remaining family is his brother, Steven Rapp, a millionaire financial genius. A Salient Arms International Glock 19 is used by Mitch Rapp ( Dylan O'Brien) and Victor ( Scott Adkins ). His cover is that of a successful entrepreneur. Origin

Rapp is a counter-terrorism operative, employed, first unofficially then officially, by the CIA.

In other words, he was schooled in firearms and marksmanship, hand-to-hand combat, and explosives. Mitch takes it up and brass checks it. It is funded by money that has been diverted out of congressionally funded programs. Hobby

Since Flynn's death in 2013, the series has been continued by Kyle Mills. Evil-doer

Throughout the books, Rapp works with several special operations units including Navy SEALs and DEVGRU, Delta Force, Air Force Special Operations Command, the FBI Hostage Rescue Team, and the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne). GhostAmerican Mercenary

Another change was that the leading man would, consequently, be younger, to reflect Rapp at a younger age and still at the beginning of his covert career. 21, 2010 - added Matthew Fox (Rumored) to the credits - Movie Insider", "CBS Films Targets 'American Assassin' To Launch Mitch Rapp Franchise, Sets Ed Zwick To Direct", "Taylor Kitsch Joining Dylan O'Brien in 'American Assassin' (Exclusive)", "Birmingham becomes Warsaw for the weekend as Hollywood film makers move in",, Fictional Central Intelligence Agency personnel, Fictional Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioners, Characters in American novels of the 21st century, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Special Assistant to the Director of the CIA on Counterterrorism, Thomas Stansfield, the director of CIA (Transfer of Power, The Third Option, American Assassin, Kill Shot), Irene Kennedy, the Director of the Counter-terrorism Center (Transfer of Power and The Third Option, American Assassin, Kill Shot) and the Director of the CIA (Separation of Power through Total Power), Stan Hurley, his Trainer and Mentor (Pursuit of Honor, American Assassin, Kill Shot, The Last Man), Scott Coleman, Trusted Comrade in Arms, Former commander of SEAL Team Six, winner of the Silver Star and the Navy Cross, owner of the SEAL Demolition and Salvage Corporation, and private contractor for the CIA (“Appeared in: Term Limits, The Third Option, Separation of Power, Executive Power, Consent to Kill, Act of Treason, Extreme Measures, Pursuit of Honor, The Last Man, The Survivor, Order To Kill, Enemy Of The State, Red War, Lethal Agent, Total Power), This page was last edited on 25 October 2020, at 16:07. Stan Hurley. He is ambidextrous, but naturally left-handed.

Endurance was stressed. Ghost ( Taylor Kitsch) later takes the SAI Glock from Victor, and uses it after removing the suppressor. The pair is then enlisted by CIA Deputy Director Irene Kennedy (Sanaa Lathan) to investigate a wave of apparently random attacks on both military and civilian targets. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. He is later disarmed by Mitch (Dylan O'Brien) when they fight. Users who misuse the template will be blocked for a week minimum.

From Internet Movie Firearms Database - Guns in Movies, TV and Video Games, Ghost (Taylor Kitsch) also makes use of an FN SCAR.

Rapp was also offered a scholarship by the University of North Carolina, but turned that one down because his high school sweetheart Maureen was attending Syracuse with the hope of getting into broadcasting. Turkish gendarmerie officers carry TAR-21s while on guard duty.

In Rome, while spying on a nuclear physicist, Ghost and his men capture Mitch and Annika, but are soon saved by Hurley. Between all the heavy lifting, they worked on his foreign language skills. He later hands it to Annika (Shiva Negar), who makes use of it. TerrorismMass murderTorture The primary focus of the character is thwarting foreign terrorist attacks on the United States and he is presented as an aggressive operative who is willing to take measures that are more extreme than might be considered commonly acceptable.

The New York Times bestseller, Consent to Kill,[2] was intended to be the first Mitch Rapp film in a proposed series of films by CBS Films. Defeat and kill Hurley to get revenge on him for abandoning him. He was also Hurley's former pupil and Mitch Rapp's arch-nemesis until his death.

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Victor's Glock is fitted with a sound suppressor.

He is a former Orion operative turned terrorist who plans on building a nuclear weapon.

Mitch later disposes of the nuclear bomb just before it explodes, the bomb wiping out Ghost's boat and taking him with it but failing to destroy the Sixth Fleet. The studio's last few films had performed poorly, causing them to delay the production of this film. [3] Consent to Kill was scheduled to be produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Nick Wechsler; the screenplay was written by Jonathan Lemkin. [6] One of these changes was that although the first film in the series was initially going to be based on an earlier novel, it would now be based it on a later instalment, American Assassin, which explains how Rapp became a CIA officer.

You can help IMFDB by expanding it. Glock 17 pistols are used by Mitch Rapp (Dylan O'Brien) and other operatives. Rapp lives a life completely separate from the Agency. He was portrayed by Taylor Kitsch … Type of Villain Rapp's high school sweetheart Maureen Eliot, who was attending Syracuse University with Rapp, was killed in the December 21, 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103. His main conflicts center on foreign terrorists. Rapp attended Syracuse University, where he majored in international business and minored in French.

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Defeat and kill Hurley to get revenge on him for abandoning him.Use a nuclear weapon against the U.S. Navy's 6th Fleet and Mitch take out (both failed). Ghost holding Mitch tempting to kill him with his knife.