Theatrical release poster
||Ian Nelms |
Fatman is a 2020 action-comedy film. Mel Gibson plays Chris "Santa Claus" Kringle, who finds his present-delivering business struggling as the United States government (one of his shareholders) cuts down on his earnings after kids start becoming naughtier. Meanwhile, Santa also finds himself being hunted down by the amoral and wealthy Billy Wenan (Chance Hurstfield) and Jonathan "The Skinny Man" Miller (Walton Goggins), his personal assassin, after Billy receives a lump of coal from Santa for his past actions. With his life on the line, Santa must evade the Skinny Man and find a way to be able to restore his business.
The following weapons were used in the film Fatman:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
The Beretta 92FS is seen being used by multiple characters, most prominently by Jonathan "the Skinny Man" Miller (Walton Goggins).
The Skinny Man using the 92 at a shooting range.
Captain Jacobs (Robert Bockstael) in cover with a 92FS.
A dying Captain Jacobs, still holding the pistol, is finished off by the Skinny Man.
The Skinny Man aiming a silenced 92 in the film's climax.
The Skinny Man searching Chris Kringle's house with his 92.
Publicity image featuring the Skinny Man with his 92.
The Skinny Man (Walton Goggins) is also seen using a silenced Taurus PT92AF for stealth assassinations.
The PT92 in the Skinny Man's gun cabinet.
The Skinny Man getting answers out of a postal worker with his PT92. The PT92's thicker slide serrations and frame-mounted safety are clearly visible.
Chris Kringle (Mel Gibson) is seen using a deep-blued M1911A1 throughout the film. A customized 1911 is also seen in the Skinny Man's gun cabinet.
World War II Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Chris Kringle fires at some cans with his 1911.
After talking to Ruth, Chris continues to shoot the cans with his gun.
Chris hastily loads the 1911 after his alone time with Ruth is interrupted by news of the Skinny Man's attack on his compound.
Another view of the above scene.
The 1911 being dual-wielded with the Colt Walker in the film's climax.
A customized 1911 in the Skinny Man's gun cabinet.
Publicity image of Mel Gibson with the 1911 and the Walker.
A Colt Walker is used by Chris "Santa Claus" Kringle (Mel Gibson) in the film's climax.
Colt Walker 1847 - .44 caliber
"I'll take the Walker, too."
The Colt Walker seen in a gun box.
The top of the Colt Walker.
Chris in cover with his Walker and 1911.
Publicity image of Mel Gibson with the Walker and the 1911.
A side by side Howdah Pistol is used by Ruth (Marianne Jean-Baptiste) to finally kill the Skinny Man in the film's climax.
The pistol seen in a gun box.
The barrel of the gun smoking after Ruth fires it.
Mk 18 Mod 1
In the film's climax, the Skinny Man uses a silenced, modified Mk 18 Mod 1. It is also seen earlier in the movie, unsilenced.
Mk 18 Mod 1 - 5.56x45mm NATO
The Skinny Man gets ready to pick up the unsilenced Mk 18 in a shooting range test.
The Mk 18 in the Skinny Man's gun cabinet.
The Skinny Man attempts to shoot Chris Kringle with his Mk18 from his car.
The side of the Mk 18. Note the strangely-oriented ACOG scope.
The other side of the Mk 18.
A further view of the rifle.
Publicity image of Walton Goggins with the Mk 18.
Mk 18 Mod 0
Modified Mk 18 Mod 0s are used by several US Army guards.
Mk 18 Mod 0 with LMT rear sight, Crane stock, and RIS foregrip - 5.56x45mm
A guard holding an Mk18 lets Chris into his compound.
A guard uses his radio as he holds his Mk 18.
The US Army guards use M16A1s fitted with A2 handguards.
M16A1 with A2 handguard - 5.56x45mm NATO
A guard walking across Chris' compound with his M16A1.
A guard at a tollbooth with his M16.
A guard talks to Chris as he holds his M16.
A guard inspects the source of a strange noise with his rifle.
The guard and his fellow officer inspecting a trail of footsteps.
The rifle next to a dead guard.
A US Army guard is seen with an M16A2.
A guard with an M16A2 at the door of Chris' compound.
Captain Jacobs (Robert Bockstael) and multiple US Army guards use an M4A1 while fighting off the Skinny Man.
Colt M4A1 with 4 position collapsible stock, RIS foregrip, folding rear sight, and ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm
Captain Jacobs holding an M4.
Captain Jacobs firing the M4.
Captain Jacobs firing the rifle.
A soldier shooting at the Skinny Man with his M4.
A carbine version of the Springfield 1861 percussion rifle is seen on top of a fireplace in Chris Kringle (Mel Gibson)'s compound.
Springfield Model 1855 - .58 caliber Minie ball
The rifle on top of the fireplace.
Chris talks to Ruth. A brighter view of the Springfield's stock is visible.
Another shot of the rifle.
The Skinny Man (Walton Goggins) uses a Remington 870 in a shooting range. Another 870, this one customized, is seen in the Skinny Man's gun cabinet.
Remington 870 Police Magnum with black synthetic furniture - 12 gauge
The Skinny Man breaches a door in a shooting range with a Remington 870.
Remington 870 Compact with Pachmayr Vindicator pistol grip and foregrip - 12 gauge
The customized 870 seen in the Skinny Man's gun cabinet.
The Skinny Man uses custom explosive devices in the film's climax.
The custom explosives in a weapon case.
The Skinny Man tosses an explosive into the compound after killing most of its occupants.
Custom-made smoke grenades
The Skinny Man also uses some custom smoke grenades in the film's climax.
The custom smoke grenades in a weapon case.
The Skinny Man with both smoke grenades ready.
One of the smoke grenades is tossed.