By in January 20, 2009 • Filed in: News, Press Releases

The Visual Effects Society has honored ‘Valkyrie’ with a nomination in the “OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING VISUAL EFFECTS IN A MOTION PICTURE” category, where it is nominated along with Synecdoche, New York, Nims’s Island, Eagle Eye and Changeling.{nl}Those directly responsible for the nominated effects are   Richard R. Hoover, Maricel Pagulayan, Peter Nofz, and Daniel Eaton.The winners will be announced at The VES Awards on Feb. 21 at the Century Plaza Hotel in Century City, California. {nl}Congratulations to UA, Richard, Maricel, Peter and Daniel!{nl}Source:  United Artists



By in January 20, 2009 • Filed in: News, Valkyrie Interviews

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By in January 20, 2009 • Filed in: News, Valkyrie Interviews

PROGRAMMING NOTE:{nl}Tom will appear on the German TV show, Wetten dass on Saturday, January 24th.  If you’re in Germany, don’t miss this very special interview! 



By in January 20, 2009 • Filed in: News, Valkyrie Interviews

Tom talks to ET’s Thea Andrews about ‘Valkyrie’,  filming in Berlin and Kate meeting him in Berlin “in a few hours”.  {nl}



By in January 20, 2009 • Filed in: News, Valkyrie Interviews

{nl}{nl}Australian radio duo, Andy and Horgs traveled to Seoul to interview Tom for their show.  The interview aired in Australia today.{nl}YOU CAN LISTEN TO THE FULL UNEDITED, EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW HERE!{nl} 



By in January 19, 2009 • Filed in: News, Valkyrie Interviews

Hollywood star Tom Cruise popped into the BILD offices in Berlin to discuss his new film ‘Valkyrie’, chat to staff and rave about German food!{nl}The actor is in town for the European premiere of his new film on January 22 and took time to take a tour of the BILD editorial office. He charmed the staff by shaking hands with everyone and posing for photos.{nl}He told an audience of BILD employees: “I feel honoured to be here. Whenever I come to Germany I always receive a really warm welcome.”{nl}BILD’s editor-in-chief Kai Diekmann wanted to know why he decided to star in the film about Claus Schenk von Stauffenberg, who led a failed plot to assassinate Hitler.{nl}“I wanted the world to know that there was a resistance to Nazism, that even then there were people who were against it. We wanted to pay respect to this resistance.”{nl}When asked if this was the most important film he had ever done he replied: “Definitely”.{nl}He also revealed what it is that he likes most about Berlin: “You get the best beer here





By in January 19, 2009 • Filed in: News

Cadets at the U.S. Military Academy have announced their noms for the annual Cadet Choice Award.{nl}The cadets’ nominees are Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) in ‘The Dark Knight,’ Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg (Tom Cruise) in ‘Valkyrie,’ Dr. Henry Walton “Indiana” Jones, Jr. (Harrison Ford) in ‘Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,’ Harvey Milk (Sean Penn) in ‘Milk,’ James Bond (Daniel Craig) in ‘Quantum of Solace’ and John Hancock (Will Smith) in ‘Hancock.’ The winning movie character, as voted for by the 4,400 members of the Corps of Cadets, is the one that best exemplifies West Point leadership. The victor will be announced next month. Last year, Will Smith won for his role as Dr. Robert Neville in ‘I Am Legend.’ {nl}Source:  ETOnline



By in January 19, 2009 • Filed in: News, Valkyrie Interviews

{nl}Tom Cruise in Berlin for ‘Valkyrie’ premiere {nl}BILD: How are you, Tom?{nl}Tom Cruise: Very, very well. I am excited!{nl}Valykrie has already earned $71 million in 2,800 US cinemas in 18 days. The ‘Washington Post’ called it an “entertainment juggernaut.”{nl}Tom has changed over the last years. He is still the $7 billion man – the box office total from his 25-year career – but he also has many other strings to his bow.{nl}He is now a film mogul, financier, producer, world star and family man.{nl}“But believe me – I am who I am. I am still the small boy who saved money so that he could go to the cinema and dream.”{nl}The star will hit the red carpet in Berlin tomorrow for the European premiere of his new film.{nl}BILD: You turned a German hero into an on-screen legend. Germany must thank you. How did you find out about Claus von Stauffenberg?{nl}Tom Cruise: I was a child when I read ‘the Diary of Anne Frank’ for the first time



By in January 19, 2009 • Filed in: News

After two days spent promoting Valkyrie in Seoul, a handprinting ceremony as well as a press conference, Tom attended the premiere of his film this evening. As always Tom was very kind to his fans, posing for photos and signing autographs. Enjoy tons of pics HQ in our gallery.{nl}Premiere In Seoul- January 18th 2009{nl}