Here you have some pics of Kate & Suri heading to their apartment after leaving the theater{nl}Kate & Suri Heading To Apartment – November 22nd 2008{nl}

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 23 November 2008 | Filed under News
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Check out the new material on Valkyrie in the gallery!! Click here

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 23 November 2008 | Filed under News, Valkyrie News
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Pictures of Katie and Suri heading to their apartment in New York City yesterday evening.{nl}Kate & Suri Heading To Their Apartment November 20th 2008{nl}                                   

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 21 November 2008 | Filed under News
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MTV site has a new Valkyrie pic. Enjoy it in our gallery!{nl}Valkyrie Promotional Stills{nl}                                      {nl}   {nl}                                                                          Source: www.mtv.com

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 21 November 2008 | Filed under News
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Check out our gallery today where you’ll find lovely pictures of Suri and Kate leaving the theater yesterday, stopping by Dean & DeLuca gourmet food store for treats and then heading home afterward.  {nl}Kate & Suri Out & About – November 19th 2008{nl}

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 20 November 2008 | Filed under News
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‘Valkyrie’ director, Bryan Singer sat for an interview with MTV news a few days ago.  This is one of his first interviews since completing the film and in advance of the release.  {nl}MTV: Is “Valkyrie” done? Bryan Singer: The film is done! Yesterday, I looked at the first completed film print. That was pretty much the final process for “Valkyrie,” or so I’ve been led to believe. [Laughs.] MTV: It’s been a long road for this one, with a lot of shuffling of release dates. Are you happy with where you ended up? Singer: Ultimately, it was the right decision. By the time the release date moved up to Christmas, I was already on track to finish it. It all worked out probably the way it should have from the very beginning. MTV: What was the toughest nut to crack when it came to tackling this story? {nl}Singer: The big goal was to maintain the balance between a thriller and a historical drama. It’s a history that I find very important to maintain. The movie should never lose momentum. It should first and foremost be a thriller. It’s also my first historical film, and I never wanted to take that history lightly, even though the history isn’t known by many people outside Germany. MTV: It looks to be a return for you to the thrillers that defined your career in the beginning, like “The Usual Suspects.” Singer: It reminded me very much of the experiences in the beginning. I was working with ["Usual Suspects" writer] Chris McQuarrie again. You’re talking about a guy I used to make 8mm World War II films with in my backyard in Jersey. It also touched upon the Nazi subject matter that “Apt Pupil” and “X-Men” did. And I grew up watching Tom Cruise films! MTV: It occurs to me that this is actually the first movie-star-driven vehicle you’ve helmed. Singer: Yes, it’s the first time I’ve ever made a movie with a movie star. A lot of my friends say, “You’ve worked with movie stars before,” and I have to remind them that I worked with people who have become movie stars. A historical drama and working with a movie star were two things I had never done and two things I wanted to do. I’ve been talking with Tom about working together since “Mission: Impossible”! MTV: Was there anything surprising about working with a star of his caliber? Singer: The nice part is, we became friends. We spent a lot of time together researching the character and discussing the script and getting to know each other. By the time we were shooting, there was a familiarity that existed. He was pretty extraordinary at taking off his studio-head hat and his movie-star hat and just be an actor. He would do anything that I would ask. He wanted to get it right. MTV: This film had more than its share of negative publicity, chief among it the conflict with Germany over whether they would let you film there because of Tom’s beliefs. Did all the negative hype get to you? Singer: I’m used to speculation because of “X-Men” and “Superman Returns,” so it’s not something that was a surprise to me, but it does weigh on you. It’s an extra stress and an extra burden, because in the end, all the Germans really want from this story is it to be told well. When I would read speculation while I was making “X-Men,” I would remind myself that the best I can do for these people is make a great movie. I can’t do anything about their speculation. I’m not Hitler. I can’t blot it out. I want people to see the film. It’s a film that people need to see before they judge. It opens with a bit of a bang, and then, about a third of the way in, a little ticking clock starts, and it moves faster and faster right up until the last frame. And you get to see Tom Cruise come face to face with Adolf Hitler! {nl}Source:  MTV News{nl} 

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 19 November 2008 | Filed under News, Press Valkyrie
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Pictures of Katie taking Suri back to her apartment in NYC yesterday.{nl}Katie & Suri In NYC, November 18th 2008{nl}                                      

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 19 November 2008 | Filed under News
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{nl}There weren’t any elaborate plans this year for Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. Instead, the couple celebrated their second anniversary a day early at home in Los Angeles. Cruise, 46, and Holmes spent Monday with daughter Suri, 2, as well as Isabella, 15, and Connor, 13, Cruise’s children from his marriage to Nicole Kidman.{nl}Holmes took off for L.A. after the Sunday matinee of her Broadway Show All My Sons. The show is dark on Mondays, and Holmes returned to New York for her regular Tuesday performance. The two stars married on Nov. 18, 2006, in Italy. Cruise said last year that the wedding “was very beautiful. As big as it was from the outside, it was a very personal experience and something obviously I’ll never forget.” {nl}Source:  People

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 19 November 2008 | Filed under News
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Tom has spoken to The Hollywood Reporter regarding the UA deal with Christopher McQuarrie to write and produce ‘The Champions’ and ‘The Monster of Florence’ which we reported earlier.{nl}”Chris is a remarkable talent who always brings a valuable perspective to the table,” UA co-owner and “Valkyrie” star Tom Cruise said. “We are thrilled to be working with him on both projects.”{nl}”Champions” is derived from a late-’60s British television series about a group of government agents who encounter a hidden civilization that grants them superhuman talents. McQuarrie is hashing out the script with Guillermo del Toro, who will also produce the film but is not attached to direct. “Monster” tells the strange-but-true tale of popular author Douglas Preston and Italian journalist Mario Spezi, who began investigating a series of unsolved murders in Italy and wound up implicated in the case. Two years ago, McQuarrie optioned the film rights to Preston and Spezi’s ensuing best-seller along with producers Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen (“American Beauty”). Cruise may take one of the leads in “Florence.” {nl}McQuarrie’s concrete involvement suggests a new push to accelerate UA’s slate. {nl}Source:  The Hollywood Reporter{nl} 

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 18 November 2008 | Filed under News
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‘Valkyrie’ writer signs on to United Artists pair “Valkyrie” scribe Christopher McQuarrie has signed on to write and produce a pair of United Artists projects: “The Monster of Florence” and “The Champions.” On “Monster,” McQuarrie is teaming with producers Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen (“American Beauty,” “Milk”). Together they optioned “Monster,” based on a New York Times bestseller. Story chronicles a true series of events from author Douglas Preston’s life. Shortly after moving his family to Italy in 2000, Preston learned that an olive grove on their property had been the scene of a brutal murder. Teaming with Italian journalist Mario Spezi, Preston began investigating the crime, which was part of a series of eight double homicides between 1968-85. Story also spawned a 1985 Italian-language docudrama of the same name. McQuarrie sees the project as an opportunity to tell the story of a writer, not a serial killer. It’s a “surreal account of two writers opening a proverbial Pandora’s box with their research,” the “Usual Suspects” scribe said. “They witness first-hand how the misguided good intentions of others allow evil to flourish, eventually becoming a part of the story themselves.” McQuarrie has also boarded “The Champions” with fellow writer-producer Guillermo del Toro. Based on the 1968-69 British TV series, “The Champions” follows the adventures of a team of secret government agents who are rescued from a Himalayan plane crash by an advanced civilization and given superhuman abilities. McQuarrie said the source material was too strong and the opportunity to work with Del Toro too great to pass up. “Champions” is a “great premise with fascinating potential; I wanted to be involved from the moment Guillermo and I first discussed it,” he added. Tom Cruise and Paula Wagner are also producing. {nl}Source:  Variety

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 17 November 2008 | Filed under News
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