Tom, Emily and director Doug Liman have participate in a live chat about ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ this evening. Here you have Tom’s answers to his fans questions.
Question: Wat made u interested in making the movie?Answer: Working with Limon, and the story lends itself to a very unique character journey with the superpower of resetting the day.
Question: How was it while working with Emily
Answer: She brings tremendous versatility and strength of character. And she’s a lot of fun to work with
Question: How long does it take to put on the metal suits?
Answer: Originally the suit took 30 min to put on and 10 to take off. After much practice, we got it down to under a minute.
Question: How difficult was it filming the scenes in Central London, looks amazing!!
Answer: Love it, made a lot of films there. I’m shooting the next Mission Impossible there this summer.
Question: What was it like working on set with Emily Blunt?
Answer: She’s a charming badass.
Question: What is the reason for 3 premieres in one day
Answer: It’s the theme of the movie, and I get to see more fans in one day than ever before.
Question: how much training did you have to do for the movie
Answer: A hell of a lot
Question: Groundhog Day for the future!?!
Answer: I dig Bill, and that movie’s a classic. This film is a different take on the reset.
Question: How sick is this movie going to be in 3D?
Question: who is the goofiest on set
Answer: We all took turns.
Question: Bill Paxton is one of my favorite actors, do you like working with him?
Answer: From Aliens to Chet from Weird Science, I’ve always wanted to work with him.
Question: what was the last movie you watched except Edge Of Tomorrow
Answer: I watch a movie every day. Just re-watched Patton
Question: BEFORE YOU GO ……WHat are you most excited for fans to see in this movie??
Answer: There are so many things I’m excited for fans to see – from the characters, to the exo suit, to the humor, to the world.
You can read an interview with Doug Liman at Skip magazine, May 2014 issue.
We’ve added scans of the June issue of Empire magazine.
Paramount Pictures’ Mission: Impossible 5 has scored a new screenwriter in video game scribe Will Staples (“Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3″). The Hollywood Reporter has the news, bringing word that Staples will rewrite the existing draft by Iron Man 3′s Drew Pearce.
Following a worldwide gross of $694.7 million for the franchise’s most recent entry, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions recently signed leading man Tom to reprise the role of Ethan Hunt and to produce.
The project will be produced by Tom through Tom Cruise Productions, Paramount and J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot, who served as producers on previous films in the hit series. Skydance Productions, who served as co-financers and executive producers of the last installment, will work closely with the team in the development and production process.
Mission: Impossible 5 hits theaters December 25, 2015.
Here you have new promotional stills for ‘Edge of Tomorrow’.