By in July 10, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Tom was spotted at Milford Sound (New Zealand) on July 6th.

At Milford Sound (NZ)- July 6th 2017





By in July 3, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Dear Mr. Cruise. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is having a day as amazing as you are.

Happy Birthday from all the staff and members of Tomcruiseforever.com!!!!





By in July 1, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Paramount Studios has given Tom Cruise’s “Top Gun” sequel a July 12, 2019, release date — 33 years after the original.

Variety reported on May 24 that Joseph Kosinski — who directed Cruise in “Oblivion” — was the frontrunner to direct “Top Gun 2” for Paramount and Skydance Pictures.

Skydance CEO David Ellison and Jerry Bruckheimer, who produced the 1986 original, will produce with Cruise. This latest project will be set in a world of drone technology and fifth generation fighters along with exploring the end of the era of dogfighting.

Cruise said recently the title would be “Top Gun: Maverick” although Paramount listed the title Friday only as “Top Gun.” “Maverick” was Cruise’s character’s nickname in the film in which he played Naval aviator Lt. Pete Mitchell.

The movie is the first title to land on the July 12, 2019, release date. It will open a week after Sony’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming” sequel.

 The original film, directed by the late Tony Scott and set at the Navy’s Fighter Weapons School at Miramar Naval Air Station in San Diego, was a massive hit with more than $350 million in worldwide grosses. Val Kilmer, Kelly McGillis, Tom Skeritt and Anthony Edwards also starred in the original, in which the protagonists flew the F14A Tomcat. Kilmer has said he’d like to return for the sequel in the role of Tom “Iceman” Kazanski.

Cruise had been working with Tony Scott on the sequel before the director’s demise in 2012. In 2015, the United States Library of Congress selected “Top Gun” for preservation in the National Film Registry as one of the 25 films named annually that are “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant.

Cruise met with potential directors for the “Top Gun” sequel earlier this year prior to and while filming “Mission: Impossible 6” in London. “Oblivion” was a success for Cruise and Kosinski, bringing in $286 million worldwide.

Friday’s dating announcement comes three months after former 20th Century Fox Film chief Jim Gianopulos was brought in by parent Viacom as Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO with the aim of cranking up the studio’s lagging film operations.

Source: Variety





By in June 27, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Christopher McQuarrie have posted at Instagram a new photo of Tom on set of ‘Mission: Impossible 6’ in New Zealand. Thanks Christopher!

On MI6 Set in NZ- June 2017

 





By in June 22, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Christopher McQuarrie has posted on Instagram this photo of Tom with Ving Rhames on set of ‘Mission: Impossible 6’ in New Zealand.

On MI6 Set in NZ- June 2017





By in June 14, 2017 • Filed in: Press

The new issue of Empire magazine, on sale this Thursday, features the usual deluge of movie world exclusives – among them, this never-before-seen look at Tom, in his forthcoming crime thriller American Made.

The new movie is  a (relatively) smaller story about Barry Seal, a real-life unlikely drug smuggler working for the CIA, no world-invading aliens in sight. But as his director Doug Liman explains in the new Empire, despite a smaller scale than their last collaboration in Edge Of Tomorrow, this is no quiet affair.

“Neither Tom nor I were interested in making a dry biopic,” says Liman. “Barry’s second wife collaborated and opened her files, but we cherry-picked the details we liked; Tom and I wanted to create our own version of Barry Seal. For us it was how to tell the most exciting story.”

Shooting the movie was a gonzo adventure in itself. Cruise is famed for his DIY stunts, and American Made offered him a rare chance to fly a plane solo on film for real. The idea gave producers heart palpitations, but Cruise and Liman got their way. “We had to go to some exotic locations in South America,” chuckles Liman. “We flew three hours across uninhabited rainforest to a Colombian military airstrip at the edge of rebel-controlled territory. It was so remote that Tom and I slept in tents and foraged for wood to make camp fires at night.”

Source: Empireonline.com





By in June 14, 2017 • Filed in: Press

After making her debut, and marrying Tom Cruise‘s Ethan Hunt in Mission Impossible III, Michelle Monaghan‘s Julia Meade made a brief appearance at the end of Ghost Protocol but sat out Rogue Nation. Now, for the sixth instalment, she’ll be back with hopefully more of a role.

Writer/director Christopher McQuarrie and Cruise have been hard at work on the new film, currently known as M:I-6. While the plot has yet to be revealed (we tried breaking into the storage facility, but our rope snapped), it’ll see Hunt back in action alongside Rebecca Ferguson‘s Ilsa Faust, Simon Pegg‘s Benji Dunn, Ving Rhames‘ Luther Stickell and Alec Baldwin‘s Alan Hunley. New faces this time include Henry Cavill, Sian Brooke, Angela Bassett and Vanessa Kirby, with Sean Harris returning as villain Solomon Lane, this time securely (for how long?) imprisoned by the heroes.

Monaghan shared the news of her return on twitter, while McQuarrie posted the same image to Instagram.

Source: Empireonline.com





By in June 14, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Tom was spotted landing in Queenstown, New Zealand via helicopter to continue filming ‘Mission Impossible 6’ on June 12th.

Landing in Queenstown (New Zealand)- June 12th 2017





By in June 10, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Chinese moviegoers have offered a warm welcome to Tom Cruise’s horror-actioner “The Mummy.”

The movie opened to $18.7 million on Friday — the biggest first day for a Cruise movie in China.

“The Mummy” generated $20.5 million from more than 33 international markets that opened on Wednesday and Thursday. It debuted in Russia to $1.6 million and a 62% market share on Thursday for the biggest Cruise opening day ever.

It launched in Brazil with $526,000 on Thursday — also the biggest Cruise debut day in that market.

With a $125 million budget, “The Mummy” will need to perform strongly overseas to see a profit. It’s launching in 63 international markets this weekend and already saw a record opening in Korea on Monday.

“The Mummy” is expected to take in $35 million to $40 million at 4,034 North America locations in its opening weekend.

 Alex Kurtzman directed “The Mummy” and Cruise plays a freelance treasure hunter who resurrects an ancient, evil Egyptian princess, portrayed by Sofia Boutella. Annabelle Wallis, Jake Johnson, Courtney B. Vance, and Russell Crowe also star in the film.

“The Mummy” launches Universal’s “Dark Universe” franchise. The studio earned $1.2 billion worldwide from its last three Mummy films from 1999, 2001, and 2008.

Source: Variety





By in June 9, 2017 • Filed in: Press

Tom, Annabelle Wallis and Sofia Boutella were at Spanish TV Show ‘El Hormiguero’ yersterday for the promotion of ‘The Mummy’.

El Hormiguero (Spain)- June 8th 2017