By in September 5, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Here you have pics of Tom at the airport in Santa Marta (Colombia) on September 3rd.

At the Airport in Santa Marta- September 3rd 2015

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By in September 3, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Tom had a meeting with the mayor of Santa Marta (Colombia) today.

Meeting with the Mayor of Santa Marta (Colombia)- September 3rd 2015

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There are also pics of him on set of Mena in Orihueca (Colombia) today.

On Set of Mena in Orihueca (Colombia)- September 3rd 2015

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By in September 2, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Jack Reacher film stills

Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions have announced that Tom Cruise’s Jack Reacher 2 will arrive in theaters on October 21, 2016.

Production on the yet-to-be titled film, which is set to reunite Cruise with his The Last Samurai director Ed Zwick, is expected to kick off this November, shortly after Cruise finishes shooting the drug cartel thriller Mena with Doug Liman (Edge Of Tomorrow). In addition to Cruise, Cobie Smulders (The Avengers) was also recently reported to be in talks for a lead role.

Jack Reacher 2 is just the latest addition in to a jam-packed fall 2016 lineup as it opens against Screen Gems’ Underworld 5, two weeks after 20th Century Fox’s Gambit, one week after Columbia’s Inferno, and two weeks before Marvel’s Doctor Strange. 

Source: comicbookmovie.com





By in September 2, 2015 • Filed in: Press

We’ve added new pics of Tom on the set of Mena in Santa Marta (Colombia) today.

On Set of Mena in Santa Marta (Colombia)- September 2nd 2015

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By in September 2, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Enjoy these pics of Tom on the set of Mena in Santa Marta (Colombia) yesterday.

On Set of Mena in Santa Marta (Colombia)- September 1st 2015

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By in August 31, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Take a look at these pics of Tom arriving in Santa Marta (Colombia) today.

Arriving in Santa Marta (Colombia)- August 31st 2015

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By in August 26, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Here you have pics of Tom on the set of Mena today in Medellín.

On Set of Mena in Medellín- August 26th 2015

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By in August 25, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Tom was at La Cantine restaurant in Medellín last night.

At La Cantine Restaurant- August 24th 2015

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By in August 25, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Tom Cruise is Reacher in JACK REACHER, from Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions. OS-06479

Out doing the publicity rounds for his chess thriller Pawn Sacrifice, Ed Zwick is inevitably fielding plenty of questions about Jack Reacher 2. Paramount officially announced the Tom Cruise-starring sequel a week or so ago in the wake of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation’s box office triumph. But, reveals Zwick, the green light for Reacher’s second screen adventure was an example of good timing rather than cause and effect: more was already on the way.

“The [first Jack Reacher] movie performed, but not as well as they hoped,” Zwick explains to Collider, “but they found in ancillary markets it performed and people just kept on buying it and streaming it and it sort of went through the roof. It had a bit of a long tail. So they were already in the process of—I’d already begun work on this, writing the draft, long before [Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation] came out.”

Zwick also confirms that the basis of the film is still the 18th of Lee Child’s novels, Never Go Back, as was the case when a sequel was first mooted back in 2012. That story sees Reacher heading back to his old military base in Virginia, to be charged with a violent incident and faced with a paternity case, neither of which transgression he remembers.

The film will be a loose adaptation, however, taking some tangents. And while there won’t be anything as spectacular as Cruise hanging off the side of a plane – Reacher isn’t that kind of hero – the director promises one action sequence in particular to watch out for.

“The nice thing about the franchise to me is that it’s almost an anthology,” Zwick believes. “Reacher gets involved in something very different in each of those books with a different cast of characters and a different set of circumstances of things that happen to him. I like to think this will satisfy those who really like the character, but they will see him and see this very much as a standalone movie as each of them hopes to be.”

Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz have been at work on their own draft of the screenplay, and shooting starts, slightly earlier than previously reported, in New Orleans in October.

Source: Empireonline.com

On working with Tom Cruise again for Jack Reacher 2:

“We had a great experience together. He is one of those actors who is unbelievably hard working and willing. And this happens to be another genre that I’ve never worked in before and I thought, okay, let’s try that. I want to keep challenging myself in different ways but it’s really good to be in the context of a relationship that you know and that you’ve had a good time with.”

On whether or not the new Jack Reacher film will be darker or retain some of the humor from the original:

“I hope this will have both. I really think that… It’s going to be a very different movie than the last one. Because there is a nice sort of anthology possibility to a continuing character like that, it’s a whole different world; different set of circumstances that he finds himself in. So it will be a different movie and I hope a stand alone movie.”

Source: Joblo.com





By in August 25, 2015 • Filed in: Press

Take a look at these pics of Tom from the last two days in Colombia. On Sunday he was at Araracuara, an Amazon basin region where it looks it will take place some of the filming for ‘Mena’ and yesterday he visited the National Police Historical Museum in Bogotá.

On Set of Mena at Araracuara (Colombia)- August 23rd 2015

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On Set of Mena at Araracuara (Colombia)- August 24th 2015

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Arriving in Bogotá (Colombia)- August 24th 2015

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Visiting the National Police Historical Museum in Bogotá (Colombia)- August 24th 2015

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