With Tom Hardy leaving Doug Liman’s Everest, Sony is looking toward such potential replacements as Benedict Cumberbatch, James McAvoy and Joel Kinnaman.
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.
Tom Hardy will star in and Doug Liman will direct an adaptation of Jeffrey Archer’s novel Paths of Glory. The movie will tell the story of George Mallory, who died trying to become the first to climb Mount Everest in the 1920s.
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.
Mark Romanek, who directed One Hour Photo and Never Let Me Go is no longer a contender to replace Darren Aronofsky on the Fox film. “I was on their list, I received the script months ago,” he says. “It didn’t seem like my kind of thing.”
Director Doug Liman’s long-in-development science fiction film centers on renegade scientists who build a spaceship from spare parts in a scheme to steal an energy source from the moon.
The studio reportedly has honed in on eight potential candidates to replace Darren Aronofsky on the film, with names ranging from The Bourne Identity‘s Doug Liman to Training Day‘s Antoine Fuqua to Never Let Me Go‘s Mark Romanek.