By in February 12, 2015 • Filed in: Press

We’re launching version # 19 of Tom Cruise Forever. We REALLY hope you like it!!



By in February 12, 2015 • Filed in: Press

We’ve added tons of new HQ’s of Tom leaving Scott’s restaurant in Mayfair, London last night.

Leaving Scott’s Restaurant in Mayfair ( London)- February 11th 2015


By in February 9, 2015 • Filed in: Press

We’re speechless after seeing how great Tom looked last night at the BAFTA Film Awards. He presented the Best Film Award at the ceremony which took place at the historic Royal Opera House in London. Enjoy HQ’s in our gallery.

BAFTA British Academy Film Awards at the Royal Opera House in London- February 8th 2015


By in February 8, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Tom looked great last night at the Charles Finch & Chanel Pre- Bafta dinner which took place at private members club Annabel’s  in London.

Charles Finch & Chanel pre-BAFTA party in London- February 7th 2015



By in February 5, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Tom attended the wrap party for Mission: Impossible 5 at DSTRKT Nightclub in London last night.

Wrap Party for MI5 at DSTRKT Nightclub in London- February 4th 2015


By in February 5, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Enjoy these pics of Tom visiting Hamilton Art Gallery in Mayfair, London, with Christopher McQuarrie and his wife yesterday.

Visiting Hamilton Art Gallery in Mayfair (London)- February 4th 2015


By in January 26, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Tom and Simon Pegg have been filming scenes for ‘Mission: Impossible 5’ today at the canal in East London. We’ve added 200 HQ’s to the gallery.

Filming at the Canal in East London- January 26th 2014


By in January 26, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg are seen filming a new scene for Mission: Impossible 5 in Rabat, Morocco

Paramount is moving ‘Mission: Impossible 5’ forward by five months, from Christmas to July 31, 2015.

The move puts “Mission: Impossible 5” on the same weekend when “Guardians of the Galaxy” opened last year, ending up as the highest-grossing film of the summer. It also puts “Mission” three months ahead of the Nov. 6 launch of “Spectre,” the next James Bond movie.

Filming began last August in Vienna.

“Mission: Impossible 5″ is the fourth title to land on the July 31 date following the Weinstein Co.’s Jake Gyllenhaal boxing drama “Southpaw,” Warner Bros.’ “Point Break” remake and Focus’ sci-fier “Selfless,” starring Ryan Reynolds.

Source: Variety

By in January 15, 2015 • Filed in: Press


Universal pounced on Gary Spinelli’s based-on-truth drug pilot spec script Mena last year, throwing down a million dollars to secure the rights. Ron Howard briefly considered making it, but now ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ star and his director, Doug Liman, are in talks to take over instead.

The title refers to Mena, Arkansas, the site of much of the action in the extraordinary life of Barry Seal, the focus of the film. Seal was a pilot for TWA in the 1970s who lost his job when he was caught flying plastic explosives from Miami to Mexico for an anti-Castro group. He subsequently went solo as an aviation consultant, and began a lucrative second career smuggling cannabis and cocaine between South and North America, eventually getting entangled with the notorious Colombian Medellin Cartel.

When he was caught, he made deals with the CIA and DEA to continue his activities as an informant and spy. His adventures saw him encounter infamous names like Pablo Escobar and Jorge Luis Ochoa Vasquez, expose political corruption in Nicaragua and have no small part in kicking off the Iran Contra Affair. Seal was assassinated in Baton Rouge by the Medellins in 1986.

This could be a meaty, controversial role for Tom and Liman feels like the right man to make it. It’ll all depend, however, on whether they actually lock in deals. Should that happen, expect the cameras to roll later this year.