|Writers:||Alan B. McElroy, Mark A.Z. Dippé, Todd McFarlane|
|Released:||Friday, August 1, 1997|
|Studio:||New Line Cinema|
|Rating:||Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.|
Based on the comic book series by Todd McFarlane. After being murdered by corrupt colleagues in a covert government agency, Al Simmons (Michael Jai White) makes a pact with the devil to be resurrected to see his beloved wife Wanda (Theresa Randle). In exchange for his return to Earth, Simmons agrees to lead Hell's Army in the destruction of mankind.
As he begins to discover and exercise the extraordinary new strengths provided by his new malevolent master, he is approached by two mysterious figures. Cogliostro (Nicol Williamson) encourages Spawn to fight the devil and reign as a true champion for humankind, while Clown (John Leguizamo) prods Spawn to lead the Armageddon.
With nefarious players on either side, Spawn must carefully navigate his obsessive revenge to avert the destruction of the human race.
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