WWE legend Bret 'The Hitman' Hart to star in chilling new claustrophobic horror movie Stalker | The Sun

WRESTLING legend Bret “The Hitman” Hart is set to star in a new horror movie.

The 65-year-old shot to superstardom with Vince McMahon’s WWE during the 1990s.

He is one of the most beloved stars ever to step foot into the ring and is revered just as much by today’s current performers as he is with fans.

Now the Canadian, aged 65, is set to take his talents onto the silverscreen as he is due to be featured in a claustrophobic horror movie named “STALKER”.

The plot is based on an actress, played by Sophie Skelton, who gets stuck in a broken elevator.

However, unfortunately for her, her stalker is also in it with her.


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The film’s trailer has now been released and it shows tensions mounting between the two before aggression starts to mount.

Hart’s name is revealed in the cast credits and then in a single black-and-white shot.

“The Hitman” left WWE in 1997 to join rival company WCW for a mega-money deal.

That was after five reigns as WWE champion as well as stints holding the Intercontinental and tag team titles.

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However, the Canadian’s in-ring career was cut short due an injury sustained in a match against Goldberg at Starrcade in 1999.

A year after he was injured WCW terminated Hart’s contract as he announced his retirement.

He did return for a one-off WrestleMania 26 triumph over McMahon and he is a two-time inductee into WWE’s Hall of Fame.

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