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The first reviews for ‘American Made’ are out and they are great.

Superb storytelling, tense action, wonderful use of music, a lively sense of fun and Tom Cruise at his very best in a tale that is – well – extraordinary. In short, it’s great entertainment.
The draw, however, remains Cruise, figuratively walking out on a wing; whether multiplexers rejoin him there will be seen, but after endless formula runouts, it’s encouraging to see him being properly exercised again.
Kudos are due to Liman and Spinelli… for honing the script into a reasonably manageable two-hour romp around the Byzantine conspiracy-caper seen through the eyes of Seal.



By in August 18, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Enjoy these new promotional stills for ‘American Made’.

Promotional Stills


By in August 17, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Dear Tom,

Sending you our brightest wishes to say….. HOPE YOU GET WELL SOON!

By in August 17, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Tom’s accident on the set of Mission: Impossible 6 has left him with a broken ankle.

“During production on the latest Mission: Impossible film, Tom Cruise broke his ankle while performing a stunt,” Paramount said Wednesday in a statement. “Production will go on hiatus while Tom makes a full recovery.”

The action tentpole remains on schedule to open July 27, 2018.

“Tom wants to thank you all for your concern and support and can’t wait to share the film with everyone next summer,” the statement continued.

The actor, who is known for doing his own stunts, was injured this past weekend in London when jumping between buildings and slamming into a wall, leaving him limping. According to M:I6 director Christopher McQuarrie, Cruise didn’t miss the mark and was always supposed to hit the wall. However, on the fourth take, Cruise hit at a slightly different angle and broke his ankle.

McQuarrie also tweeted that “Tom is on the mend.” He also offered assurances that the film will meet its release date. Separately, McQuarrie explained the details of the stunt in an interview with Empire.

A source told The Hollywood Reporter that production would be delayed by eight to nine weeks due to the incident.

The accident, which took place on the roof of Baynard House, an office block in the Blackfriars district of London, occurred Saturday. Sources say this was day 88 of the Mission: Impossible 6 shoot, which was due to carry on for another two months and into October.

Producers are keeping stages at the busy Leavesdon studios outside of London on hold to ensure they have them available when production starts again.

Mission: Impossible 6 also stars Henry Cavill, Rebecca Ferguson, Angela Bassett and Alec Baldwin.

The 55-year-old actor has a history of performing difficult stunts, with his Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation plane sequence even serving as a key point in the film’s marketing. The opening scene featured Cruise’s Ethan Hunt hanging on to an Airbus 400 as it taxies down a runway and eventually takes off.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

By in August 15, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Here you have HQ’s of Tom during the filming of a stunt for MI6 in London on August 13th. It appears he could have injured himself doing the spectacular jump. We hope he is fine.

Filming in London- August 13th 2017


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Tom Cruise talks guns, drugs and money laundering in an exclusive interview with Yvette King about his role as Barry Seal, a real-life pilot-turned-drug smuggler his latest film American Made.

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Tom was spotted at a heliport in London on August 10th.

At a Heliport in London- August 9th 2017