By in January 31, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve recently completely updated the upcoming international release schedule for Valkyrie in every region across the globe.  From major markets like China and Japan, to smaller markets like Serbia and Panama….we have them ALL.   If you’re not sure when Valkyrie opens in your country, go HERE.  We guarantee your country will be there! 

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By in January 30, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve added  scans of Le Figaro (Hors- S



By in January 29, 2009 • Filed in: News

As many of you know, Valkyrie is just beginning it’s international release and it’s doing very, very well, taking the top spot in both the UK and Australia last weekend.  It has yet to be released many major markets including Japan, which is absolutely HUGE for Tom.  Japan is the last of all the international markets where Valkyrie will be released and that will happen on March 20th.  {nl}As of today, Valkyrie has been released in only 15 international markets with an additional 50 markets to follow in the next several weeks.  {nl}As of January 27th, Valkyrie’s domestic (US) haul is $80,975,712 million and it remains in 1110 theaters 5 weeks after it’s initial release.  It was able to earn back it’s production budget in just it’s domestic release which is a rarity these days.  {nl}In the limited international territories where it was just released Valkyrie has taken in a substantial $12,300,666 million for a total worldwide gross of $93,276,378.{nl}We have a full, updated release schedule for all international territories. Please check back later today for the full list. You’ll find it at our Valkyrie mini site.  We guarantee your territory will be available on the list!



By in January 29, 2009 • Filed in: News

Tom attended the Valkyrie premiere in Rome.  You’ll find lovely HQ pics in our gallery.{nl}Valkyrie’s Premiere In Rome- January 28th 2009{nl}



By in January 28, 2009 • Filed in: News

Tom is in all the Spanish newspapers today, because of his visit to Madrid yesterday for the promotion of Valkyrie. Visit our gallery to enjoy all the pics and read the interviews in all of them.{nl}Spanish Newspapers- January 28th 2009{nl}



By in January 28, 2009 • Filed in: News, Valkyrie News

Yesterday, Tom was in Madrid and today, he’s in bella Roma presenting Valkyrie. Here you have the pics of the photocall at the Hassler Hotel this morning{nl}Valkyrie Rome Photocall – January 28th 2009{nl}



By in January 28, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve added a ton of magazines scans to our gallery where you will be able to read the full article or interview.{nl}Gala magazine of last week has pics of Tom at the Golden Globes and an article about Claus von Stauffenberg.{nl}Gala- January 21st 2009{nl}{nl}Italian magazine IO Donna has Tom on the cover and an interview with him inside.  You can read the full interview in the gallery!{nl}IO Donna- January 2009{nl}{nl}And he’s also on the cover of Australian magazine Film Ink.  The full article can be read in the gallery!  {nl}Film Ink- January/February 2009{nl}



By in January 28, 2009 • Filed in: News

Below is a video of Tom’s press conference in Madrid this morning.{nl}{nl}



By in January 28, 2009 • Filed in: News, Valkyrie News

We’ve added really gorgeous pics of Tom at the premiere of Valkyrie at Teatro Real in Madrid. Tom looked super dapper and handsome with this black suit. Enjoy the pics!!{nl}Madrid Valkyrie Premiere – January 27th 2009{nl}



By in January 27, 2009 • Filed in: News

United Artists is hitting the books.The Tom Cruise-run MGM wing has hired literary scout Claire Lundberg to accelerate UA’s lit acquisitions. The New York-based Lundberg, who was director of development at Scott Rudin Prods., will report to production president Don Granger.”Claire is not only an experienced hand with great instincts,” said UA COO Elliott Kleinberg, “she is also a film fanatic whose passion makes her a welcome addition to our team.”While with Rudin, Lundberg was involved in acquiring Khaled Hosseini’s “A Thousand Splendid Suns,” which Steven Zaillian is adapting; Conn & Hall Iggulden’s “The Dangerous Book for Boys”; and Stacey Schiff’s “Cleopatra.” She also worked as a book scout for Linda Clark Associates.UA already has “Valkyrie” scribe Christopher McQuarrie on board to adapt “The Monster of Florence”; Paul Haggis and Alissa Haggis adapting “Ranger’s Apprentice”; Charles Randolph adapting “The Birthday Party”; and Jose Rivera working on Jack Kerouac’s classic “On the Road,” a Francis Ford Coppola-produced project long in development. {nl}Source:  The Hollywood Reporter