Mick Jagger's Return to Film

In 'Freejack,' Jagger stars alongside Anthony Hopkins

Mick Jagger perfoms on stage in the early 1990s.
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June 27, 1991

Most actors who let twenty years pass between films might be in a bit of a slump, but luckily, Mick Jagger has a day job. After wrapping up the Rolling Stones tour, he also wrapped Freejack, in which he stars with current movie cannibal Anthony Hopkins. For his big-screen return, Jagger plays a twenty-first-century bounty hunter with the enviable and admirable task of stalking and trying to kill Emilio Estevez.

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