Tom Cruise says he has an idea for a sequel to “Edge of Tomorrow,” and that he’s talked to Christopher McQuarrie and Doug Liman about it.
Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt star in the latest teaser clip for director Doug Liman’s sci-fi action film.
Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt experience the same battle over and over again in the first trailer for Doug Liman’s sci-fi thriller Edge of Tomorrow.
As Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow change All You Need Is Kill to Edge of Tomorrow, a new image featuring Emily Blunt and Tom Cruise arrives along with a Comic-Con International poster.
The first image of Tom Cruise in All You Need Is Kill reveals the mech-like armor he wears in the Doug Liman adaptation of Hiroshi Sakurazaka’s novel.
Looper actress Emily Blunt will star opposite Tom Cruise in All You Need Is Kill, the sci-fi action-adventure from Warner Bros. and director Doug Liman.
Tom Cruise is set to star in All You Need Is Kill, director Doug Liman’s sci-fi movie about a new recruit trapped in a time loop during a war between humanity and invading aliens.
Formerly known as All You Need Is Kill, the Doug Liman-directed film follows a new recruit in a war between humanity and alien invaders who is forced to relive the same battle over and over again.
With Doug Liman’s space-heist film Luna again grounded at Paramount, Warner Bros. is eager for the director to focus on All You Need Is Kill, with Brad Pitt in the lead role.
2010’s Black List – The best as-yet unproduced screenplays as judged by industry insiders each year – has been released and, judging by the two top contenders, maybe The Social Network has had an effect on what people like in a screenplay from now on.
Wondering when you were ever going to see a movie that combines alien warfare, videogame logic and the central conceit behind Bill Murray comedy Groundhog Day? Wonder no more; Deadline Hollywood is reporting that Warner Bros. have signed a deal to produce a movie based on the Japanese sci-fi novel All You Need Is Kill.