Announced in during the 1997
Cannes Festival among some Shooting
Gallery International projects, to start shooting in the
summer 97. Completed without Dolph, who was busy that summer,
shooting both The Minion and Sweepers.
Still, his announced participation to the film wasn't confirmed
by other sources (to my knowledge).
"The action-comedy was
written and will be directed by Amos Poe (Storm Riders",
"Triple Bogey on Par 5"). Expected to star in the film
Williams ("Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead"),
("Mars Attacks"), Stephen
Baldwin ("The Usual Suspects") Robbie
Coltrane ("Nuns on the Run") and Dolph Lundgren.
The company is also in talks with Barbara
Hershey ("The Portrait of a Lady") for the film
slated to start shooting in the summer. It is the story of a
former mob collector forced to do one more job to pacify her
old boss." from
Cannes satellite edition, May 11, 1997
In 2011, director Amos Poe said
about whether Dolph was really attached: "... i can't
remember... maybe for a minute, but i dont think it was ever
a real moment ..." then he recalled: "oh you're
right... that's true !!! Dolph was up for that... don't know
what happened there. harry was the last to be cast."