By in February 27, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve added over 200 Top Gun screencaps to the gallery. {nl}Enjoy them!! {nl}Top Gun Screencaps{nl}

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By in February 23, 2009 • Filed in: News

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By in February 23, 2009 • Filed in: News

This is the extended version of the promo for ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live After The Oscars Show’ which aired during The Academy Awards this evening. It’s hilarious! Tom really is a good sport!! We’re also working on getting the “Making of the Promo” segment which aired on the telecast of JKLive and is much longer. Keep checking back. We’ll have it for you soon!



By in February 19, 2009 • Filed in: News

When Tom Cruise became attached last week to play a Russian spy in the David Cronenberg-directed adaptation of the Robert Ludlum thriller “The Matarese Circle,” the MGM pic became just one of several films vying for his next slot. {nl}With his career now steered by a team headed by CAA’s Kevin Huvane, Cruise has been more proactive and aggressive than in past years about meeting studio execs and showing interest in a flurry of projects. {nl}There are at least five suitors trying to get Cruise to say yes. {nl}The concerted courtship of Cruise comes at a time when studios are thinking long and hard about which actors deserve to be paid superstar gross deals. {nl}After a couple of rough years that threatened to knock him from that payday perch, Cruise has changed things. And execs have said their enthusiasm for the actor returned after “Valkyrie” did better than expected around the world, and that no major star except Will Smith tubthumps a movie as hard as Cruise. {nl}The top three candidates for Cruise’s next slot appear to be: {nl}{nl}{nl}”Matarese,” which also has Denzel Washington attached, and will soon get a rewrite by Cronenberg. {nl}{nl}”The Tourist,” the Spyglass remake that would co-star Charlize Theron. A rewrite was turned in this week by Christopher McQuarrie, who co-wrote and produced “Valkyrie” with Cruise, and whose script work was informed by long talks with Cruise as they barnstormed publicity on the UA WWII film. {nl}{nl}”Motorcade,” the Len Wiseman-directed Dream Works thriller that pits the U.S. president against terrorists who commandeer his motorcade on the streets of Los Angeles. Billy Ray is racing to complete a rewrite of the script, with Cruise’s input.{nl}{nl}More than one option{nl}{nl}{nl}{nl}{nl}{nl}{nl}{nl}{nl}(Person) Billy Ray {nl}Construction Coordinator, Creator, Director{nl}(Person) Billy Ray {nl}Driver, Props, Property Master{nl}(Person) Billy Ray {nl}Editor{nl}Universal is also in the Cruise sweepstakes with “Lost for Words,” a Working Title romantic comedy in which Cruise would play an actor who gets into a love triangle with his beautiful Chinese director and the filmmaker’s jealous translator. The film will be directed by Susanne Bier, with Ziyi Zhang attached to play the fictional filmmaker. Hugh Grant was originally expected to star, but ankled last October. {nl}Cruise is also flirting with two pictures on the Fox lot. He is exploring but isn’t attached to the 20th Century Fox comedy “Wichita” which he’s eyeing as a possible team-up with Cameron Diaz, playing an undercover agent who gets thrown together with a woman who has man trouble. Fox 2000 is also pressing along with “Hardy Men,” recently hiring Ed Solomon to rewrite a possible re-team with “Tropic Thunder co-star Ben Stiller. {nl}Studios expect that Cruise will do two films this year, and while some questioned his enthusiasm for finding a big project, sources said that he will likely star next year in “The Champions,” a feature adaptation of the British TV series about a team of government agents rescued from a plane crash in the Himalayas by an advanced civilization and given superhuman abilities. {nl}McQuarrie is writing that project, and producing it with Guillermo del Toro, who originated it with intentions to direct before he committed five years of his life to two “Hobbit” films for MGM and New Line.{nl}Source:  Michael Fleming, Variety{nl}



By in February 19, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve recently added tons of additional HQ pictures of Tom, Katie, Suri and Connor, along with Katie’s parents, at Disney World in Orlando as well as more pictures of Tom and Connor at the Daytona 500 to our gallery.  The pictures are absolutely breathtaking!  Enjoy them!! {nl}At Walt Disney World- February 14th 2009{nl}{nl}Daytona 500- February 15th 2009{nl}{nl} 



By in February 19, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve added scans of the full articles in the February issues of Mexican Cinemania and Portuguese Premiere to our gallery.  Enjoy them!{nl}Portuguese Premiere- February 2009{nl}{nl}Mexican Cinemania- February 2009{nl}



By in February 18, 2009 • Filed in: News

Tom driving the pace car at the Daytona 500 as well as his old ‘Days of Thunder’ car!



By in February 18, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}NOTE:  Scroll down to see many more HQ pics of Tom and the family at Disney this weekend, as well as pics of Tom at the Daytona 500!{nl}Hollywood royalty met Disney royalty at the Magic Kingdom over the weekend. On Saturday, Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes,kids Suri, 2, and Connor, 14, and Holmes’s parents visited the Walt Disney World theme park, where they met princesses Cinderella, Snow White and Aurora (a.k.a. Sleeping Beauty) at the Once Upon a Time Breakfast at Cinderella’s Royal Table restaurant. “Suri was wearing a yellow dress like Belle from Beauty and the Beast,” says a fellow diner. The family slipped into the restaurant relatively unnoticed as the princesses were being introduced to the crowd. “It was a family affair



By in February 18, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}{nl}{nl}{nl}”Men in Black” writer Ed Solomon has been hired to take a crack at “The Hardy Men,” a comic riff on the classic young-adult mystery novels about two brothers who solve crimes.Ben Stiller and Tom Cruise remain lined up to star, with “Night at the Museum” helmer Shawn Levy attached to direct.Stiller and Stuart Cornfield of Red Hour Films are producing with Bob Kosberg. Levy also is producing through his 21 Laps banner.The Hardy Boys adventures revolved around the mystery-solving efforts of teenagers Frank and Joe Hardy, amateur detectives who often helped their father, a private investigator.The film adaptation would explore the reunion of the estranged, grown-up brothers, who work together to solve a new mystery. The Fox 2000 comedy has been on many writers’ laptops during its 10-plus years in development, most recently that of “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” screenwriter Simon Kinberg.{nl}Source:  The Hollywood Reporter



By in February 18, 2009 • Filed in: News

Not great quality, but absolutely adorable none the less. You can see Suri feeding Tom and enjoying the rides with Mom, Dad and big brother Connor, as well as Tom at Daytona Speedway where he drove the pace car for the race.