20 years ago today, Interview With The Vampire was released.
Tom was spotted leaving Wiltons restaurant in Mayfair, London on Wednesday. Enjoy HQ’s in the gallery.
We thought it was impossible to excel the Burj Khalifa stunt, but we are speechless after seeing what Tom has done this weekend at RAF Wittering for Mission: Impossible 5. Take a look at the HQ’s in our gallery to see him hanging on the outside of an Airbus A400M, which was flying 5,000 feet above the British countryside.
Filming at RAF Wittering in UK- November 1st 2014
Filming at RAF Wittering in UK- November 2nd 2014
Here you have new pics of Tom in London from this week.
“Edge of Tomorrow” topped the national home video sales charts the week ending Oct. 12, bumping the prior week’s top seller, “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” from Paramount Pictures, to No. 2.
“Edge of Tomorrow,” from Warner Bros., earned just over $100 million in U.S. theaters. The film is one of four new releases that debuted in the top five on Nielsen VideoScan’s First Alert sales chart, which tracks overall disc sales, Blu-ray Disc and DVD combined.
Walt Disney Studios’ “Sleeping Beauty,” newly released in an extras-packed “Diamond Edition,” bowed at No. 3. The Diamond edition of the 1959 animated classic includes the film on Blu-ray Disc, standard DVD and Digital HD.
“A Million Ways to Die in the West,” a Western comedy written, directed and starring Seth MacFarlane, debuted at No. 4. The Universal Studios release also stars Charlize Theron and Liam Neeson (along with newly named Oscars host Neil Patrick Harris) and earned a domestic box office gross of $42.7 million.
Rounding out the top five was Walt Disney Studios’ “Million Dollar Arm,” the feel-good movie about a down-on-his-luck sports agent who stages a reality show in India in the hopes of turning cricket players into Major League Baseball pitching stars. The film, with Jon Hamm as the agent, earned $36.5 million in U.S. theaters.
“Edge of Tomorrow” generated 62% of its first-week sales from the Blu-ray Disc version, compared to 47% for “A Million Ways to Die in the West” and just 27% for “Million Dollar Arm.”