By in April 5, 2010 • Filed in: News

{nl} TV Spot 1IESB – Movie News, Interviews and More!TV Spot 2IESB – Movie News, Interviews and More!





By in April 5, 2010 • Filed in: News

{nl}Enjoy these lovely pics of Katie and Suri in NYC yesterday. They were spotted at The City Bakery and enjoyed a performance of DanceBrazil at Joyce Theater. We have tons of HQ’s!Katie & Suri: Easter Sunday in NYC- 4/4And we’ve added more pics of the visit Tom and Conor paid to Cameron Diaz on the set of “Bad Teacher”. Enjoy them HERE.





By in April 5, 2010 • Filed in: Knight & Day, News

Knight and Day, the upcoming action comedy starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz, will be scored by John Powell (best known for other action films such as the Bourne trilogy, X-Men: The Last Stand and Hancock). The film is directed by James Mangold, a director who has a habit of changing composers from project to project (before Powell, he has worked with Howard Shore on Cop Land, Alan Silvestri on Identity and Marco Beltrami on 3:10 to Yuma, to name a few).Knight and Day tells the story about a fugitive couple who race across the world in an adventure filled with unexpected turns and twists. Additional stars in the film are Peter Sarsgaard, Maggie Grace and Paul Dano. New Regency produced for release via 20th Century Fox on July 2.John Powell’s other upcoming films include Jonah Hex and the animated How to Train Your Dragon.{nl}Source: Movie Score Magazine





By in April 3, 2010 • Filed in: News

The super busy Cruise’s are on opposite coasts this week!!  {nl} {nl}Tom and Connor visited Cameron Diaz on the set of her new movie, ‘Bad Teacher’ yesterday in Los Angeles.  {nl}Visiting Cameron Diaz on the Set- April 2nd 2010{nl}{nl}Kate & Suri Attend “Mamma Mia” Play (Broadway)- April 2nd 2010{nl}{nl}Katie and Suri headied to Alice’s Tea Cup restaurant, a favorite of Suri’s  and then attended the Broadway musical, Mamma Mia.  Tons of HQ pics in the gallery for your enjoyment!!





By in April 2, 2010 • Filed in: News

Katie and Suri were spotted strolling in NYC yesterday afternoon. They had an early dinner at Le Pain Quotidien later in the day and then went home.  Katie is in New York to begin work on her new film ‘Son of No One”.  Enjoy the ton of lovely HQ pics in the gallery!Katie & Suri Having Dinner at Le Pain Quotidien in NYC- April 1st 2010{nl}





By in April 1, 2010 • Filed in: News

Enjoy the International ‘Knight and Day’ trailer with an alternate ending.





By in April 1, 2010 • Filed in: News

We’ve added tons of promotional stills (all HQ’s) from most of Tom’s films.  Enjoy them all the gallery!{nl}Taps, The Outsiders ,Risky Business, All the Right Moves, Legend, Top Gun, The Colour of Money, Cocktail, Rain Man, Born on the Fourth of July, Days of Thunder, Far and Away, A Few Good Men, The Firm, Interview with the Vampire, Mission: Impossible, Jerry Maguire, Eyes Wide Shut, Magnolia,, Mission: Impossible 2, Vanilla Sky, Minority Report, The Last Samurai, Collateral, War of the Worlds, Mission: Impossible 3, Lions for Lambs, Valkyrie{nl}{nl}{nl}





By in March 30, 2010 • Filed in: News

{nl} Here you have the new “Knight and Day” trailer. It looks awesome! Enjoy it!And you can also enjoy the first promotional still for the movie.





By in March 30, 2010 • Filed in: News

Here you have pics of Tom riding his Ducati around West Hollywood yesterday.Riding His Ducati in LA- March 28th 2010{nl}{nl}





By in March 26, 2010 • Filed in: News

A couple of really interesting rumors have been making the rounds in the trades and LA Times in the last couple of days regarding Mission Impossible IV and a possible future project for Tom.  We don’t have confirmation on either rumor, but they are interesting!!  Check them out below!{nl}’INCREDIBLES’ HELMER ON MISSION IMPOSSIBLE IV LIST{nl}{nl}{nl}As the search for a “Mission: Impossible IV” director intensifies, a surprising contender has emerged: Brad Bird.Finding a director has been a top priority for star Tom Cruise, who reprises his role as secret agent Ethan Hunt and is producing with J.J. Abrams. Paramount set a May 27, 2011, release date for the movie and is eyeing a summer start. A tentpole of this magnitude needs a lot of prep time to iron out things such as massive set pieces and worldwide locations.{nl}Cruise and Abrams have been meeting with helmers new and old, including “Zombieland” director Ruben Fleischer and Edgar Wright, who has “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” coming out this summer.On the surface, Bird may seem a peculiar choice. The writer-director wrote and directed 1999’s “The Iron Giant” and 2004’s “The Incredibles” as well as 2007’s “Ratatouille” (the latter two earned Oscars for best animated picture), but he has never helmed a live-action feature. On the other hand, nabbing Bird would be inspired. He is praised for his storytelling skills and is known for his strengths in staging thrilling and intricate action set-pieces as well as fusing the action with large dollops of heart and emotion. Bird has been itching to make his live-action debut for a while and has long been developing “1906,” set around the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. That project is set up at Warners and is rumored to be stalled because of budgetary reasons. The fourth installment of the moneymaking “Mission” franchise, based on the 1960s TV series, has been in the works for a while but gained traction in February when Cruise officially made it his next starring gig. Plot details are being kept under a lid of secrecy, but Abrams worked on the story with scribes Andre Nemec and Josh Appelbaum, who have written the screenplay.{nl}Source:  The Hollywood Reporter{nl}COULD TOM CRUISE AND REESE WITHERSPOON BE SADDLING UP FOR A RIDE? {nl}Word in the development community has the A-listers eying the lead roles in “Paper Wings,” a love story set in the world of rodeo that’s being developed at Sony. Cruise would take the role of a rodeo champ who falls for an up-and-coming country singer, played by Witherspoon.{nl}{nl}The actress has taken several rides into country-and-western territory, of course, with her Oscar-winning turn as June Carter Cash in “Walk the Line” and, most recently, signing on for Sony’s “The Pioneer Woman,” the story of a woman who falls in love with a cowboy while on a cross-country road trip and winds up living on an Oklahoma ranch. Cruise, as far as we know, has never played a cowboy.{nl}The project has been around for some time — it was set up at New Line before it came to Sony — but the Cruise and Witherspoon interest could turn it into an arm jerker (yes, we had to look that one up).{nl}Will Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment is producing the project, which has led producers to talk to Gabriele Muccino  about directing; the Italian film maker and Smith favorite also directed Overbrook’s underrated drama “Seven Pounds” and Oscar nominee “The Pursuit of Happyness.” Several other directors are also in the mix.{nl}Source:  LA Times