Check out these five wonderful clips of Valkyrie in different formats and sizes. Enjoy them!{nl}“Redeem Yourself”http://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Redeem_Yourself_med.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Redeem_Yourself_high.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Redeem_Yourself_720p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Redeem_Yourself_480p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Redeem_Yourself_240p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Redeem_Yourself_300k.wmvhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Redeem_Yourself_700k.wmv{nl}“Plenty of Time”http://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Plenty_of_Time_high.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Plenty_of Time_med.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Plenty_of_Time_720p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Plenty_of_Time_480p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Plenty_of_Time_240p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Plenty_of_Time_300k.wmvhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Plenty_of_Time_700k.wmv{nl}“Not All Like Him”http://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Not_All_Like_Him_med.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Not_All_Like_Him_high.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Not_All_Like_Him_720p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Not_All_Like_Him_480p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Not_All_Like_Him_240p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Not_All_Like_Him_700k.wmvhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/Not_All_Like_Him_300k.wmv{nl}“North Africa”http://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/NorthAfrica_LongVersion_med.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/NorthAfrica_LongVersion_high.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/NorthAfrica_LongVersion_720p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/NorthAfrica_LongVersion_480p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/NorthAfrica_LongVersion_240p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/NorthAfrica_LongVersion_700k.wmvhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/NorthAfrica_LongVersion_300k.wmv{nl}“It Didn’t Go Off”http://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/It_Didnt_Go_Off_med.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/It_Didnt_Go_Off_high.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/It_Didnt_Go_Off_720p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/It_Didnt_Go_Off_480p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/It_Didnt_Go_Off_240p.movhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/It_Didnt_Go_Off_700k.wmvhttp://mgmstudios.vo.llnwd.net/o23/mgm/It_Didnt_Go_Off_300k.wmv

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 20 December 2008 | Filed under News, Valkyrie News
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Read this excellent interview with Tom and Bryan from AskMen.com.  Tom discusses ‘Valkyrie’, filming in Berlin, the lack of need for German accents, release dates, his next project, working with Kate and more!  Enjoy!!  {nl}1- What made you want to do this film? Tom Cruise: When I read the script I just thought how incredibly suspenseful it was; really, a great thriller.I’ve always wanted to work with Bryan [Singer] since I saw his film Usual Suspects. We met at the premiere of Mission: Impossible and I told him then: “I want to work with you.” When I put [the script] down, I thought this can’t be true. Then I sat down with Bryan and found out that it is completely true. I’d never heard it before. There were certain things I thought had to be movie conventions, like Stauffenberg visiting Hitler the day after D-Day. It’s interesting and it actually happened. Actual dialogue in the film was taken out of letters and journals that [the film writers] had studied.2- Do you think this is an important movie to come out among all the Holocaust films, so people can judge a country based on the whole and not individual events? {nl}Cruise: That’s definitely important because I didn’t know the story. It’s important to know that it wasn’t everybody who believed that Nazi ideology. I grew up wanting to kill Nazis, wanting to kill Hitler, and I’d think: “Why didn’t someone just shoot him.” This was a massive, comprehensive story. We could have made it a five-hour, even a 10-hour miniseries. Bryan, though, was always very specific that this was a suspense thriller about trying to kill Hitler.{nl}Bryan Singer: It’s not a Holocaust film. The movies and subject matter that’s happening to come out around this time is a coincidence, but this is far from a Holocaust movie. This is a conspiracy thriller about killing Hitler. As Tom was saying, it happens to be a bonus that this is true. It’s incredibly gripping and you may think they’re Hollywood conventions, some of the twists and turns, but it actually did happen.{nl}3- What’s your definition of success?{nl}Singer: Freedom. To be able to do the work you want to do. Sometimes it comes with money, financial freedom. Sometimes it comes with trust of people in your creative community. Either of those will give you creative freedom. As a director, if you’re able to do the work you want to do, then you’re successful — really successful — and that’s a blessing.{nl}Cruise: I have to agree with Bryan. I’m going to do this for the rest of my life and to have the ability to make the kinds of films I have and work with the people I’ve worked with is… I just love movies. As I’ve told people before, when I was making Taps or Risky Business, I just thought: “I want to enjoy these moments because I don’t know if they’re going to happen again.” Then there’s a certain moment when I started working with Paul Newman, Dustin Hoffman, Gene Hackman, Spielberg, Scorsese, Oliver Stone, and Bryan Singer. The kind of creative freedom that I’ve been privileged enough to have, I’m really proud of that.But personal success is really being able to have my kids and raise a family. As much as I love movies, I’m very fortunate that my family is happy and healthy. That is the most important thing.{nl}4- Why was the movie pushed back to this release date?{nl}Singer: The movie was originally supposed to be released much earlier, but then the Tunisia sequence set us back.{nl}Cruise: We didn’t move the release date back for awards season. Christmas is a great time of year for audiences; it’s the biggest time of year to go. You want to put your film in a place to reach a broader audience because that’s the type of movie this is. We could have made it four hours long, but we wanted to do a suspense thriller.{nl}Read the rest of the article HERE

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 19 December 2008 | Filed under News, Press Valkyrie, Valkyrie Interviews
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Katie Holmes spent her 30th birthday performing in the Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 19 December 2008 | Filed under News, Press Valkyrie, Valkyrie Interviews
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{nl}ET’s on the red carpet with Tom Cruise’ for the L.A. premiere of his new thriller, ‘Valkyrie,’ and we spoke to the star about the fans’ reaction to his new film, and the special birthday surprises he planned for his wife Katie Holmes. {nl}”It’s been great,” Tom says about the fans positive feedback for the film. “It’s been really great. To see the audiences how entertained they are by the film and people really now understanding the film that we made and putting into context. It’s been very exciting.” {nl}Tom also told ET’s Thea Andrews about some of the special things he planned for his wife’s birthday, and even gave Katie a special birthday shoutout from the red carpet. {nl}”I love you sweetheart,” he says. “Happy Birthday.” {nl}In ‘Valkyrie,’ storming into theaters Dec. 25, Tom plays Col. Claus Graf von Stauffenberg, who helped to hatch a plot to eliminate Adolf Hitler at the height of World War II. {nl}Source: ET

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 19 December 2008 | Filed under News, Valkyrie News
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“The Insider”‘s on the red carpet with Tom Cruise for the L.A. premiere of his new thriller, ‘Valkyrie,’ and we spoke to the star about the film and about a famous friend he hopes to work with in the future. {nl}Tom reveals to “The Insider”‘s Victoria Recano, that he would love to be in a movie with another Hollywood star, Will Smith.{nl}”We’ve been looking for it, and I’d love to work with him,” Tom says. “He’s an extraordinary guy, an extraordinary talent, I’ve always admired him. We’ve been looking. We’re going to find it.”{nl}In ‘Valkyrie,’ storming into theaters Dec. 25, Tom plays Col. Claus Graf von Stauffenberg, who helped to hatch a plot to eliminate Adolf Hitler at the height of World War II.{nl}You can watch a little video here

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 19 December 2008 | Filed under News, Valkyrie News
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Here you have excerpts of Tom’s interview with The New York Times Magazine’s Lynn Hirschberg in front of an audience at The TimesCenter in NYC. Enjoy the interview!

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 19 December 2008 | Filed under News, Valkyrie News
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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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