By in January 14, 2010 • Filed in: News

Last summer, news started to percolate about the IMF returning to the big screen in “Mission: Impossible IV.” In the months that followed, more news trickled out. The biggest break was word that “M:I III” writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman would be replaced by “Alias” writer/producers Andre Nemec and Josh Applebaum. A big question still remained however: would star Tom Cruise be back for a fourth helping?{nl}MTV’s Josh Horowitz asked producer and “M:I III” director JJ Abrams that very question on the National Board of Review red carpet two nights ago.{nl}”The goal would be for that to occur,” Abrams said, skirting around actually mentioning anyone or anything by name. So Josh pressed him a little.{nl}”If I say the words though– I’ve seen what you do,” the “Star Trek” director said with a smile. “You warp and twist, you make me say things that just break me down.” Turning serious again, Abrams acquiesced. “The goal would be for Tom [Cruise] to be in the film.”{nl}What he wouldn’t say anything about was the story, other than admitting that there is one. “A script is being written,” Abrams said. “There’s an insanely long outline, it is probably longer than the script. It’s going great… we’re very excited and we’re looking to make that movie.”{nl}Source:  Adam Rosenberg, MTV

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By in January 14, 2010 • Filed in: News

Enjoy tons of new pics we’ve added to these existing galleries.Sevilla FC vs Glasgow Rangers Game in Sevilla- December 9th 2009{nl}{nl}Riding His Ducati in LA- December 21st 2009{nl}



By in January 13, 2010 • Filed in: News

{nl}The 7th Annual Living Legends of Aviation Awards, presented by Learjet, are taking flight on January 22nd at the Beverly Hilton. John Travolta, the official Ambassador of Aviation, will present Tom Cruise with the “Top Aviation Inspiration and Patriotism Award.” Tom Cruise’s passion for aviation started at a young age. Growing up in modest economic conditions, Cruise’s family moved frequently but once young Tom hung his P-51 Mustang photo in his bedroom, he felt at home. Not surprisingly, he now owns a P-51 Mustang and other aircraft and is an accomplished aerobatic pilot. Top Gun, the highest grossing aviation movie of all time, has inspired generations of young pilots and patriotism in many Americans. Cruise’s flying machines and commitment to aviation define his passion for flight.{nl}CONGRATULATIONS ON THIS HONOR TOM!!  IT’S VERY RICHLY DESERVED!!



By in January 11, 2010 • Filed in: News

{nl}Enjoy more pics of Tom riding his Ducati yesterday in our gallery!Riding His Ducati in LA- January 9th 2010



By in January 9, 2010 • Filed in: News

{nl}Tom and Katie took Suri to see Mary Poppins at the Ahmanson Theatre on Wednesday. Here you have a lovely pic of them posing for a photo with some of the actors. {nl}



By in January 8, 2010 • Filed in: News

{nl}Take a look at the new pics that we’ve added to the gallery of Tom while filming “Knight and Day” in Sevilla. Enjoy it!Arriving in Sevilla- November 27th 2009Visiting The Cathedral of Sevilla- December 11st 2009 And you can also enjoy some HQ’s of Tom in Cannes in 2007 for James Packer’s wedding.In Cannes with James Packer- June 22nd 2007



By in January 7, 2010 • Filed in: News

{nl}Here you have pics of Tom riding his Ducati in LA yesterday.Riding his Ducati in LA- January 5th 2010



By in January 7, 2010 • Filed in: News

Contrary to reports which have made the rounds today, we can absolutely confirm that Tom will NOT be starring with Taylor Lautner in the film “Northern Lights”.  The reports are simply NOT TRUE. 



By in January 7, 2010 • Filed in: News

We’ve updated the gallery with HQ’s of Tom and the family during their stay in Sevilla. Enjoy pics of Tom greeting fans after leaving an office in the Spanish city. Greeting Fans in Sevilla- November 29th 2009And some HQ’s of the family at Isla Magica.At Isla Magica in Sevilla- December 12th 2009You can also enjoy some awesome pics of Conor filming his movie in Detroit last October HERE.{nl}{nl}



By in January 4, 2010 • Filed in: News

Shawn Levy, director of ‘A Night at the Museum” and a producer for ‘Hardy Men’ sat with film journalist Fred Topel   to discuss the delay in getting the much anticipated ‘Hardy Men’ starring Tom and Ben Stiller, to the big screen.{nl}”Developing a movie for a movie star is hard,” Levy said. “Developing a movie for two movie stars is a very, very challenging enterprise. The bull’s eye is small and the tone has to be exactly right. So we are still working on it.””I saw how well Ben and Tom got along and that’s what gave me the idea of…wait a second, I’ve got to do a movie with them together. Wait a second, let’s do The Hardy Men with them together. That brainchild came about because I saw their chemistry as friends.”Part of the development process is also figuring out what mystery grown-up Hardys would solve. “We have tried several. No we have not locked in on one.”Certainly among a certain quadrant of the audience, no movie on my IMDB page is as anticipated as Hardy Men.”{nl}It’s great to see that ‘Hardy Men’ is still in the pipeline and something we can look forward to!{nl}