Dog the Bounty Hunter hits the big screen as he stars in faith-based thriller Hunter’s Creed – The Sun

DOG the Bounty Hunter is making the transition to movies by starring in the faith-based thriller, Hunter's Creed.

The reality star, 67, shared a promotional poster for the film, which is about a recent widower who shoots a hunting show in the woods with his church buddies.

Things take a turn in the thriller when a supernatural presence forces the widower to confront his faith.

In the poster, Dog stands with his arms crossed in the center of a group of men in a remote forest in Chicago.

He captioned the snap: "#dogthebountyhunter #hunterscreedthemovie."

Duane plays himself in the cast alongside newcomer Wesley Truman Daniel, Ann Sonneville (Dig Two Graves), and Mickey O’Sullivan (The Chi).

Commercials director Justin Jackola makes his directorial debut with the feature.


Dog filmed the first part of the shoot in 2018 and shot further scenes in November last year.

Hunter's Creed's Facebook group announced Dog – real name Duane Chapman – had joined the cast last November.

They posted: "Guys we're so exited to finally be able to announce that we get to work with Dog the Bounty Hunter on this project!

"We'll be filming with him in the next few weeks and we're stoked to share some more behind-the-scenes updates soon!"


It is not yet known when Hunter's Creed will hit theaters.

Dog previously starred in the action movie Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens in 2016, as well as his own TV show Dog the Bounty Hunter.

The announcement comes after Dog revealed he “captured” the fugitive he was helping authorities find in Virginia.

This time on the job, he had his new fiancee, Francie Frane, helping him out.

He shared an inmate booking sheet for Felix Chujoy, who was directly indicted by a grand jury in May for manufacturing and distributing meth.

The reality star captioned the post: “Thank you to the people of the great state of Virginia.

“Your tips and leads helped towards the surrender of Felix Chujoy.

"When Wyatt Earp comes to town, the safest place for the criminal is to hide inside the jail.”


Who was Dog's wife Beth Chapman and how did she die?

Beth Chapman was Dog's wife and sidekick in Dog the Bounty Hunter, a reality series that chronicled the life of bail bondsman and bounty hunter Duane Dog Chapman.

Between them, the couple had two children together, Bonnie and Garry, but their family included another 10 children from previous marriages.

Beth was first diagnosed with stage two throat cancer in November 2017 and it later worsened to stage four.

She passed away in June of 2019.

Dog sadly confirmed her passing on Twitter, writing "it’s 5:32 in Hawaii, this is the time she would wake up to go hike Koko Head mountain."

"Only today, she hiked the stairway to heaven. We all love you, Beth. See you on the other side."

His fiancee was there helping him, hinting that Francie is joining the family business, as his late wife Beth had prior to her death from cancer last year.

As Dog recently revealed he’s working on yet another reality TV show spinoff, this one called Dog’s Dirty Dozen, his teaming up with Francie to hunt down fugitives might be a big part of the new series.

The father of 12 also shared on the Always Evolving with Coach Mike Bayer podcast on Tuesday that “all” of his family, including “two grandkids in their 20s who are in bounty hunting,” will be involved.

He also boasted about the amazing camera equipment they’re using this time around, including a 360-degree camera.

 

 

 

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