By in August 14, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve just added dozens of new and lovely pictures of Tom, Kate & Suri on the set of “Don’t Be Afraid of The Dark” yesterday evening.  ENJOY!{nl}On the set of “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark” (Melbourne) – August 13th 2009{nl}

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By in August 13, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve added some lovely pics of Tom, Kate and Suri on the set of “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark” in Melbourne taken yesterday. Enjoy them!{nl}On the set of “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark” (Melbourne) – August 12th 2009{nl}



By in August 13, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Tom fans in the Boston area:  Get your camera’s and autograph books ready!  {nl}”Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz are headed to Boston, Worcester and Woburn to film an action comedy previously called “Wichita.” It’s about a secret agent who pops in and out of the life of a single mom. Apparently Boston – or Worcester, or Woburn – will play Wichita. Word is, location scouts have scoped out a few South End restaurants and reportedly will shoot at Gaslight .”{nl}Source:  Boston Herald



By in August 11, 2009 • Filed in: News

It looks like the action comedy tentatively titled “Wichita “is still on track. (**ADMINISTRATIVE NOTE:  THE PROJECT IS CURRENTLY WITHOUT A TITLE AND GOING BY ‘THE JAMES MANGOLD/TOM CRUISE PROJECT’ FOR NOW.){nl}In May, Variety announced that Tom Cruise will star as a secret agent who pops in and out of the life of a single woman played by Cameron Diaz . {nl}James Mangold (“3:10 to Yuma ,” “Walk the Line”) will direct.{nl}A representative for the movie contacted The Wichita Eagle to ask permission to use a copy of the newspaper as a prop.{nl}Also, apparently there will be a scene that’s supposed to be in the Wichita airport. {nl}But unlike “Bruno ,” which shot at Wichita Mid-Continent Airport (though the footage wasn’t used), it looks like Boston’s Logan International Airport will be used for filming instead.{nl}Source:  The Witchita Eagle



By in August 10, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Tom Cruise’s son is among the newest Wolverines to join the remake of “Red Dawn,” the 1984 action movie about a group of teenagers who form an insurgency when their town is invaded — this time by Chinese and Russian soldiers.{nl}Connor Cruise, 14, will join fellow new recruits Josh Hutcherson, Isabel Lucas and Edwin Hodge in the MGM/UA project. Already cast are Chris Hemsworth, Josh Peck and Adrianne Palicki.{nl}Cruise is playing Daryl, the mayor’s son and best friend of tech geek Robert (Hutcherson, in the role originated by C. Thomas Howell).{nl}Lucas is Erica, head cheerleader and the Peck character’s girlfriend whom he desperately hopes to spring from an internment camp. Lea Thompson played the character in the original. Hodge will play Danny, the coolest kid in school and star wide receiver who helps establish the resistance.{nl}The young cast heads off in a few weeks for military training in an undisclosed location. Shooting will then begin in Detroit for a September 24, 2010 release. Dan Bradley is directing{nl}Cruise debuted in December as the young Will Smith character in “Seven Pounds.” Hutcherson starred in “Journey to the Center of the Earth” and “Bridge to Terabithia.” Lucas recently appeared in “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.” Hodge has a recurring role on Fox’s “Mental” and recently appeared in the feature “All the Boys Love Mandy Lane.”{nl}Source:  Reuters, The Hollywood Reporter{nl}CONGRATULATIONS CONNOR!  We can’t wait to see you again on the big screen! 



By in August 10, 2009 • Filed in: News

Tom Cruise may have jetted back into Australia over the weekend to be re-united with his wife Katie Holmes and daughter Suri but it has been another Kate, Kate Ceberano, who has been raving about the man. {nl}”Quite simply, I worship the ground he walks on,” Ceberano said.{nl}”He is a great friend and one whose friendship I value over anyone else I know. He is my idol and I’m very proud of he and Katie.”{nl}The actor flew in by private jet on Friday.{nl}Cruise reportedly turned up on the set of Katie’s new film Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark – in which she co-stars with Guy Pearce – laden with two dozen red roses. On the weekend the family were spotted catching up in a Melbourne park, with Cruise and Holmes intently playing with their daughter in a joyous family reunion after spending a month apart. The proud parents were spotted helping the 3-year-old apply lip gloss.  (SEE HQ PICS BELOW){nl}Source:  News.com.au



By in August 8, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve just added HQ pics of Tom arriving at the Melbourne Airport this afternoon just after 2 PM. Afterwards, Tom headed to see Kate and Suri  at the studio, then they went together to the park (see pics below).{nl}Arriving Melbourne Airport – August 7th 2009{nl}



By in August 8, 2009 • Filed in: News

As promised, enjoy these super gorgeous HQ pics of Tom, Kate & Suri at a park in Melbourne today shortly after Tom arrived in Australia.  {nl}At a park in Melbourne – August 7th 2009{nl}



By in August 7, 2009 • Filed in: News

Tom Cruise has arrived back in Melbourne for an emotional reunion with wife Katie Holmes and daughter Suri.{nl}Cruise, who has been away from his young family for over a month, landed at Essendon airport in a private jet at 2pm and headed straight for the Docklands studios where Holmes is filming Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark. {nl}It was clear Cruise, who flew out of Australia on July 7, had deeply missed his wife and young daughter, spending time with them in their trailer before heading out to enjoy the sunshine. {nl}The famous husband and wife kept the reunion celebrations low-key, taking Suri for a trip to Flagstaff Gardens in the afternoon. {nl}Cruise played with Suri in the sunshine while Holmes watched. {nl}The family turned heads as they played in the gardens and seemed unfussed about mingling with onlookers. {nl}The trio have already visited many major attractions in Australia.{nl}{nl}Source:  Herald Sun{nl}Keep your eyes on this space!  Dozens of HQ pics will be added shortly of Tom’s arrival in Melbourne and the family’s trip to the park. 



By in August 7, 2009 • Filed in: News

Paramount Pictures and producers Tom Cruise and J.J. Abrams have officially lit the fuse on “Mission: Impossible IV,” setting Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec to write the screenplay. {nl}While those scribes aren’t big feature names yet, they join a roster of writers who transitioned from Abrams TV series creations to pen the features he directs and produces through his Bad Robot banner. {nl}Applebaum and Nemec spent four seasons with Abrams as co-exec producers of “Alias,” and they will script “M:I 4” based on a story Abrams wrote with them. {nl}While the only other commitments so far are for Cruise and Abrams to produce the film together, sources said that Cruise’s character, Ethan Hunt, will certainly be involved in an onscreen capacity. Pic is aimed for a 2011 release. {nl}Applebaum and Nemec are the creators of the new ABC series “Happy Town” and previously created “October Road” and the U.S. version of “Life on Mars” for ABC. {nl}”I’ve been looking forward to working with Josh and Andre again for years,” Abrams said. “Their sense of balance between character and action is wonderful, which I know is hugely important to Tom as well. We’re off to an exciting start, so, as usual, fingers crossed.” {nl}Source:  Variety