Drew Pearce, the writer of films like Iron Man 3 and the upcoming Pacific Rim, has signed on to Mission: Impossible 5 for Tom Cruise and Paramount Pictures
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Paramount Pictures has secured Tom Cruise to return as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise. The question now is whether the star’s frequent collaborator Christopher McQuarrie will direct.
Spinoff Online’s Anna Pinkert considers why leading men like Tom Cruise, George Clooney and Robert Downey Jr. continue to age on screen while their female co-stars keep getting younger — and why it matters.
The Lone Ranger star Armie Hammer has signed on to appear opposite Tom Cruise in the Warner Bros. adaptation of The Man From U.N.C.L.E., directed by Guy Ritchie.
Oblivion co-stars Morgan Freeman and Olga Kurylenko talk about director Joseph Kosinski’s new sci-fi film, working with Tom Cruise, approaching action scenes and the future of mankind.
Spectacular visuals and a solid main cast buoy director Joseph Kosinski’s Oblivion, which is awash in derivative storylines with few surprises for anyone who’s ever watched a science fiction film.
Tom Cruise is slated to star in Yukikaze for Warner Bros., an adaptation of Chohei Kambayashi’s Japanese sci-fi novels.
Director Joseph Kosinski discusses bringing Oblivion to theaters eight years after dreaming up the story, eschewing the dreaded blue screen and setting a science fiction film in daylight.
Appearing at WonderCon Anaheim, director Joseph Kosinski discussed the development of his new sci-fi film Oblivion, working with star Tom Cruise, and preparing for Tron 3.
Tom Cruise is in very early talks with Warner Bros. and director Guy Ritchie to star in an adaptation of the classic television spy series The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Universal Pictures has unveiled a pair of new Oblivion posters featuring Tom Cruise and Morgan Freeman from the sci-fi film directed by Tron: Legacy‘s Joseph Kosinksi.
Between a woefully miscast Tom Cruise, a sadly underutilized supporting cast and a litany of terrible one-liners, writer/director Christopher McQuarrie’s Jack Reacher disappoints on all fronts. The cinematography and sound design, however, are another story.