Steven Spielberg received the prestigious Lincoln Leadership Prize on March 19th and Tom honored him via video tribute.

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 25 March 2014 | Filed under Press
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Empire magazine has chosen Tom for the cover of its 25th Anniversary issue (May 2014) and call him ‘The Legend of Our Lifetime’. We couldn’t agree more with them.

‘Tom Cruise is a force of nature, an actor who has sustained his career across three decades now at the very peak of his profession. During the last 25 years, he has appeared on more Empire covers than anyone else, and with his new film Edge Of Tomorrow approaching cinemas, we chose Cruise as this month’s cover star and the subject of a career-spanning interview inside.

Inside the magazine, Cruise talks us through a career that has seen him work with Stanley Kubrick, Oliver Stone, Steven Spielberg, Sydney Pollack, Jack Nicholson, Paul Newman and virtually everyone who’s anyone. Of his upcoming film with Doug Liman, he says, “The alien invasion is simmering in the background. It’s kind of Back To The Future. I love movies that ask, if you did have to live your life over again, what would happen?”

Since the film sees Cruise’s character killed about 200 times (his director’s estimate) he should get a chance to find out.’

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There’s a different cover only for subscribers.

 

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We’ll post the scans as soon as we have the magazine.

 

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 24 March 2014 | Filed under Press
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A new trailer for ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ is being released tomorrow, here you have the teaser trailer.

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 24 March 2014 | Filed under Press
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The official website of ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ has a new look. Go visit it HERE.

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Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 24 March 2014 | Filed under Press
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 As part of the Bailey’s Heroes feature from the March issue, Tom talks Jack Nicholson’s incredible run of films including Chinatown and The Last Detail and David Bailey recalls seeing Nicholson on screen in Easy Rider for the first time.
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‘I couldn’t wait to play that courtroom scene in A Few Good Men [pictured] with Jack Nicholson. I’d been thinking about it for months. And it was like, here it is, man, I’m going to enjoy every moment of this.Playing the scene out, Colonel Jessup as a written character is overpowering,
so [Jack] needed to give him that power. But he understands the camera in such a manner that the power had to come from stillness. So he made his movements so minimal. I could see the motions becoming less and less. So it becomes like this focus. When it comes to the key point, Jessup doesn’t even realise my character has beaten him, but you can see the flicker of Jack’s eyes; and it’s not calculated, he just understands the power of the frame. That’s what makes him a craftsman.People came from all around just to watch us play that scene. They were showing up along the edges! So many people. And when the scene ended the first time, there was applause. Everyone around, applauding. God, it was exciting. It was electric.

Working with Jack was really exceptional because you’re working with someone who started out really as a writer – he appreciates good writing, understands it, and knows how to turn certain phrases, even down to little things, like that anti-Semitic comment in the scene, “You, Lieutenant Weinberg.” These are things he discovered on the day.

When you think of the guy from The Last Detail or One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, and now he’s playing Colonel Jessup, this terrifying military character – the wide range of performances that he’s given is incredible.

Look at that run he was on. Chinatown in 1974. The Last Detail in 1975. One of the all-time incredible performances. Five Easy Pieces, Carnal Knowledge… That whole period of cinema was remarkable. What movies they are. And you know, here’s a guy who was writing at the same time! He told me he was also pitching TV ideas!

When you look at The Last Detail, he’s communicating beyond the word. He is communicating the character, the emotion.

One thing doesn’t sum up Jack Nicholson. You can see an evolution in his work. I mean, look at his character in About Schmidt. That’s what I appreciate. You just line up his movies and go, wow!

When you see Jack on screen, you’re looking at him in a frame, and you’re thinking, why are my eyes drawn to that guy? Look at Chinatown – the guy is so alive on screen. He’s so charismatic. I mean, listen, it’s why some people are movie stars.

Jack also understands, I think, the power he has. And he enjoys it. And you enjoy that he enjoys it. That’s key. You know, he’s enjoying it, so we’re enjoying it too.

Since A Few Good Men, any time I see him, I look at him, and I know he’s a friend.

I’ve wanted to work with Jack again since then. And it doesn’t matter how old he is, or whatever, he’s just a guy you want to see on film. It goes to the heart of what it is that makes people who they are and why? As an audience, you want to go on that journey with him.’

Source: GQ Magazine
Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 14 March 2014 | Filed under Press
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Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 12 March 2014 | Filed under Press
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Suri Arriving at School- March 11th 2014

Suri Leaving School- March 11th 2014

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 12 March 2014 | Filed under Press
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We’ve added more pics of Connor strolling in Sydney today and yesterday.

 

Connor Strolling in Sydney- March 9th 2014

Connor Strolling in Sydney- March 10th 2014

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Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 10 March 2014 | Filed under Press
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Enjoy these pics of Connor at Good Life Festival in Sydney yesterday.

 

Connor at Good Life Festival in Sydney- March 9th 2014

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Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 10 March 2014 | Filed under Press
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New pics of Suri HERE.

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 10 March 2014 | Filed under Press
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