By in November 22, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Thanks to Christopher McQuarrie for sharing this pic of Ethan and Benji.

Christopher McQuarrie Instagram

 

 

 





By in November 15, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Bidders are in hot pursuit of distribution rights to Quentin Tarantino’s new project, the one that is set in Los Angeles in the late ’60s and early ’70s, with Tarantino hoping hard that Margot Robbie will play the role of Sharon Tate. Just about every studio in town except Disney is chasing, along with several financiers and mini-majors seeking domestic rights.

Deadline set the stage for this auction recently, and here’s what is new: Add Tom Cruise to the short list of candidates Tarantino has spoken with to play one of two lead male roles. He joins Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio in that small circle, but it is entirely unclear if all three will be in the movie, or two of them, or any of them, because much of that comes down to making a deal and scheduling. Harry Potter producer David Heyman will join Tarantino as the main producer on this film, and it will be his first collaboration with Tarantino. Heyman and Tarantino will produce with Shannon McIntosh, and Georgia Kacandes will be exec producer and line producer.

There has been a lot of press that the script focuses on Charles Manson and the murder spree he orchestrated, but I’m told that is akin to calling Inglourious Basterds a movie about Adolf Hitler, when the Nazi leader was only in a scene or two. Deadline reported months ago that Robbie had been asked to play Manson murder victim Tate.

The film will be set in Los Angeles and begin production in mid-2018 for a 2019 release, and it will be an R-rated film, like all Tarantino’s directing efforts. Those who’ve read it said the script has heart and a strong commercial appeal, and if there is a film of Tarantino’s it can be best compared to, it would be Pulp Fiction, which also was set in Los Angeles. The film will carry a budget in the range of Django Unchained. 

Source: Dealine.com





By in November 10, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Did you think it was impossible a more difficult and breathtaking mission for Tom than climbing the Burj Khalifa or hanging on to a flying Airbus? These pics from the set of ‘Mission: Impossible 6’ in Preikestolen (Norway) show us how insane can be his news stunts for the 6th mission.

Filming at Preikestolen (Norway)- November 6th 2017

 

At Stavanger Airport (Norway)- November 9th 2017

 





By in October 27, 2017 • Filed in: Press

The Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation has named Tom Cruise as recipient of the 2018 pioneer of the year award.

The award will be given to Cruise on April 25 at Cinemacon, the National Association of Theater Owners’ annual convention in Las Vegas. Cruise is the first actor to receive the honor.

The pioneer of the year award is given to a member of the motion picture community to honor professional leadership, service, and commitment to philanthropy. Cruise is currently filming the sixth installment in the “Mission: Impossible” franchise for release on July 27, 2018, for Paramount Pictures, followed by “Top Gun: Maverick” on July 12, 2019.

“We are delighted that Tom will be receiving this well-deserved honor,” said Kyle Davies, president of the foundation and president of domestic distribution at Paramount Pictures. “His contributions to the film industry as both an actor and producer, including his tremendous support of the exhibition community, has made him a true pioneer in his field.  He has starred in the most celebrated films of all time, inspiring audiences everywhere.”

Past pioneer of the year honorees include Dick Cook, Cecil B. DeMille, Michael D. Eisner, Jim Gianopulos, Alan Horn, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Kathleen Kennedy, Donna Langley, Sherry Lansing, Frank G. Mancuso, Sumner Redstone, Terry Semel, Tom Sherak, Jack Valenti, Jack Warner, Darryl F. Zanuck, and this year’s honoree, Cheryl Boone Isaacs.

Source: Variety





By in October 3, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Here yopu have the first pics of Tom on the ‘Mission: Impossible 6’ set in Brentwood today.

On MI6 Set in Brentwood- October 3rd 2017





By in October 3, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Enjoy these promotional pics from ‘American Made’.

Promotional Stills

 





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By in September 7, 2017 • Filed in: Press

These photos were published yesterday as the first ones since Tom broke his ankle. We are very happy to see he looks fully recovered so maybe Mission: Impossible 6 will continue filming soon. He was at a heliport in London.

At a Heliport in London- September 6th 2017

 

 





By in August 24, 2017 • Filed in: Press

‘American Made’ continues having terrific reviews (it is 92% at Rotten Tomatoes at the moment) with critics praising Tom’s performance as Barry Seal.

Cruise has more fun than he’s had in years twitting his image as an ethical action hero.
Tom Cruise (delivering his best work in ages) plays Barry Seal, a small-time commercial airline pilot recruited by the CIA to conduct top-secret surveillance flights across Latin America in the late 1970s.
Liman, who has already established himself as an action-savvy filmmaker, handles the ’80s tonal shift with deft assurance. And he is well-served by Cruise, who delivers his best performance in some time in the lead role.
Tom Cruise gives one of his finest screen performances in American Made, a film which allows the normally clean-cut star to show his delinquent side.
Cruise is on top form in a based-on-fact thriller that overcomes its familiar trappings with audacious details and flat-out pacing.
American Made sees Cruise, for the first time in what feels like years, cast exactly as the character he was born to play; an untrustworthy larrikin who, almost despite ourselves, we just can’t help but like.