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Asked by Yahoo! TV whether or not he might be interested in playing a part in the next season of “True Detective”, Jeremy Renner said his dance-card is too full- – and in doing so, revealed he’s back for “Mission : Impossible 5″.
“It’s kind of unlikely. In fact, I’m kind of strapped time-wise doing Avengers 2, and Mission: Impossible 5 is rearing its head, and then they want to do another Bourne movie. It’s unlikely I can find the time right now. And that’s all right. It’s just really high-class problems — pretty awesome to have. Even if I really wanted to do it, which I don’t, I couldn’t.”
Enjoy these new behind scenes pics from ‘Edge of Tomorrow’.
Bloody Disgusting. The film utilizes a flurry of fireworks effects and strong character development to create a sci-fi masterpiece.
Lyles’ Movie Files. Proves a summer blockbuster doesn’t have to be based on a comic book film or a sequel to be just as exciting, thrilling and entertaining.
Badass Digest. Edge of Tomorrow is everything you wish summer blockbusters were – strong, charismatic central performances anchoring excellent FX work in the service of a well-constructed and smart story.
Toronto Star. A sharp sci-fi thriller that’s going to be hard to beat as the summer’s best blockbuster.
San Francisco Chronicle. Cruise is a delight, exactly what he needs to be, fluid enough for comedy, physical enough for action, always going with the flow and yet finding ways to make moments memorable.
Washington Post. [Cruise] delivers a one-man master class in his own fascinatingly protean screen presence.
Hollywood & Fine. Fast, exciting, surprisingly witty and just plain satisfying..the first really exciting movie of the summer-the most original, the most invigorating and the most entertaining.
Las Vegas Informer. Terrific. Best of the summer. Cruise oozes charisma and has real chemistry with Blunt.
Canada.com. Liman is a true master of the genre, and with Cruise and Blunt standing in the crosshairs of the viewfinder, Edge of Tomorrow not only works as pure escapism, it feels like a first-class ticket.
Film.com. It’d be easy to dismiss Edge of Tomorrow as just another blunt-force summer movie, but it’s sharp as a scalpel in the deft hands of its makers, with the kind of smarts, wit, filmmaking and force too many other summer films can only dream of.
We’ve added pics from the show.