Tom was in LA yesterday for the West Coast premiere of ‘Valkyrie’ at The Directors Guild of America.  Check out our gallery for pages and pages of pics of the premiere and the afterparty including pics of Tom with his children, Bella and Connor.  Additional pics will be added throughout the day!  Enjoy!!{nl}Premiere Valkyrie LA- December 18th 2008{nl}{nl}Valkyrie LA Party – December 18th 2008{nl}

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 19 December 2008 | Filed under News
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‘Valkyrie’ co-writer and producer Christopher McQuarrie is fast becoming a go-to guy for Tom Cruise. {nl}The scribe is now working on three post-”Valkyrie” projects designed as potential star vehicles for the actor. {nl}New Regency has set McQuarrie and Mason Alley to write “Flying Tigers,” based on the volunteer fighter squadron formed to help the Chinese fight the Japanese before the U.S. entered World War II. {nl}Cruise isn’t formally attached. The “Top Gun” star has long wanted to return to the skies, and several years ago was attached to “The Few,” a Paramount project about the first American pilots to battle Germans in WWII, with director Michael Mann and scribe John Logan. {nl}McQuarrie also is writing and producing with Guillermo del Toro the previously announced United Artists project “The Champions,” penning the script with an eye toward hammering it into a Cruise vehicle. The British TV series transfer concerns a team of government agents rescued from a plane crash in the Himalayas by an advanced civilization and given superhuman abilities. {nl}MGM brass has long felt that the project was UA’s strongest chance for a big-ticket franchise vehicle that could star UA co-owner Cruise. {nl}But the Cruise-McQuarrie collaboration with the most urgency is Spyglass espionage drama “The Tourist.” McQuarrie is rewriting for Cruise to star with Charlize Theron in the Bharat Nallui-directed remake of the 2005 French thriller “Anthony Zimmer”. Julian Fellowes originally scripted the redo.{nl}Source:  Michael Fleming, Variety 

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 19 December 2008 | Filed under News
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This afternoon Katie was spotted with Suri leaving a school after a holiday party.  Check out our gallery for all the pics!{nl}Kate & Suri Out In NYC- December 18th 2008{nl}

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Enjoy these pics of Suri with a bodyguard heading to the park this morning.{nl}Heading To The Park- December 18th 2008{nl}

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We’ve added pics to our gallery of Tom, Katie and Suri heading to their apartment in NYC last night after Katie’s performance in ‘All My Sons’.{nl}Heading To their Apartment- December 17th 2008{nl}

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 19 December 2008 | Filed under News
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Tom Cruise’s 13-year-old son will have a six-day jump on his father at the box office.{nl}Connor Cruise makes his big-screen debut in “Seven Pounds,” which opens Friday. On Dec. 25, his father’s “Valkyrie” hits theaters.{nl}It’s a small, supporting role for Connor, one of two children from Cruise’s marriage to Nicole Kidman. Cruise also has a daughter, Suri, with his wife, Katie Holmes.{nl}In a recent interview, Cruise said he’s very proud of Connor, but was careful not to pressure him.{nl}”Who knows what he’s going to do?” Cruise said. “He’s grown up on (acting). I’ve always had my kids there, in hair and makeup, just always around the sets. They’ve worked on sets.”{nl}Cruise said he’s played acting class games with his children, and they’ve often watched him develop characters.{nl}The 46-year-old actor said driving Connor to his audition for “Seven Pounds” was a “great father-son moment,” but the audition was more difficult. Cruise and the film’s star Will Smith, who are friends, were in the room when director Gabriele Muccino ordered them to leave.{nl}Said Cruise: “(Muccino) looked at me and Will, and Will and I were like, `How’s he doing?’ And the director just said, `Out!’ So we were standing in the hall for about half an hour or something, wondering, `What’s going on in there? What’s happening?’”{nl}But Connor got the part. He plays a young Ben Thomas, Smith’s character, in the movie. {nl}Source:  Jake Coyle, Associated Press{nl} 

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 18 December 2008 | Filed under News
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One of the holiday movies that has been shrouded in secrecy for a good part of the year is Bryan Singer’s WWII suspense thriller Valkyrie, starring Tom Cruise as Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg, an injured German soldier who became an active part in the covert German Resistance to take down the Nazi Party. After being injured on the front, the disgruntled von Stauffenberg returned to Germany and became the frontman in a plan by the Resistance to assassinate Adolf Hitler and throw a coup, just as the American invasion of Normandy seemed to foretell imminent doom for Hitler’s reign. It’s another impressive cinematic achievement for Singer, who explores some of the Nazi themes from his earlier films Apt Pupil and X-Men, but from a very different angle, assembling an amazing cast around Cruise, including Bill Nighy, Tom Wilkinson, Kenneth Branagh and Terence Stamp. United Artists and MGM finally opened the floodgates last week giving movie writers a chance to see the movie and talk to the cast and crew at a series of press conferences in New York. ComingSoon.net attended the following press conference with Cruise and Singer, a surprisingly casual affair as Cruise strolled in with hands in pockets, greeting everyone and shaking hands without the normal entourage of bodyguards and publicists surrounding him, before sitting down with the director for a good 45 minutes of questions and answers about the movie they made together.Q: What was it about von Stauffenberg that made doing this movie so irresistible?{nl}Tom Cruise: When I read the script, I first just thought how incredibly suspenseful this was

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 18 December 2008 | Filed under News, Press Valkyrie, Valkyrie Interviews
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BILLY RAY TO WRITE, DIRECT ADAPTATION{nl}United Artists has teamed with StudioCanal to turn Fritz Leiber’s 1952 novel “Conjure Wife” into a feature film. Billy Ray has been set to write the script and direct. {nl}The novel is a supernatural thriller in which a man discovers that his recent career successes are the result of his wife’s dabbling in witchcraft. {nl}MGM will distribute domestically, UA will co-finance and co-produce with StudioCanal. StudioCanal will distribute in Germany and the U.K. through its Kinowelt and Optimum Releasing companies. The two companies held underlying rights to the project through a 1962 film adaptation of the book titled “Burn, Witch, Burn.” {nl}Ray last directed the espionage thriller “Breach” and made his directing debut on “Shattered Glass”.  Ray also scripted “Motorcade,” a DreamWorks thriller about terrorists attacking the president’s motorcade in Los Angeles. Len Weisman will direct.{nl}Source:  Michael Fleming, Variety

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 18 December 2008 | Filed under News
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Wonderful pics of Kate & Suri arriving the theater before the play are in our gallery. On her way out, Kate stopped and signed many autographs for her fans.{nl}Kate & Suri Arriving Theater – December 17th 2008{nl}

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 18 December 2008 | Filed under News
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Here you have a website where you can find lots of Valkyrie material: TV spots, clips, interviews with the cast, featurettes, clips from the NYC premiere of the movie… Enjoy it!!

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 18 December 2008 | Filed under News, Valkyrie News
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