Christopher McQuarrie has confirmed a Twitter that Alec Baldwin will be in Mission: Imposible 5.
This is the second time Tom and Alec will work together, the first one was in ‘Rock of Ages’.
Cinema Blend has spoken with Simon Pegg this afternoon on behalf of his self-reflection journey dramedy Hector and the Search for Happiness. Before signing off, they asked him if he knew when he would begin filming the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise, where he’ll reprise his role as Benji Dunn. Pegg confirmed:
“We’re all ready to go on August 24, which is what I’m being told. Which is why I’m here doing a little press right now, and I’m available – because I might become unavailable very soon. As far as I know, we’re all set to go. We’ve got location work first, and then the bulk of the filming will be in Leavesden [Studios], north of London. It’s a nice one for me, to be near home.”
Quick timeout. There were rumors a while back that Christopher McQuarrie’s Mission: Impossible 5 would be the first movie to actually film inside the Houses of Parliament, though Simon Pegg couldn’t exactly confirm. He said:
I can’t confirm that because I haven’t been told. But we are shooting in London, so it would make sense, if they were looking to film in places like that, that it would be the case. I don’t know for definite, but I do know that we are shooting on location in London, so that should be the case. Which would be great.”
Tom has attended Ladies Day at Glorious Goodwood in Chichester, England today. We’ll have tons of HQ’s soon. We’ve added more than 300 pics.
Enjoy these amazing HQ pics from ‘Edge of Tomorrow’.
Enjoy this new pic of Tom in Berkshire (UK) yesterday.
Enjoy these pics posted at Twitter of Tom at Langham Hotel in London last night.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment have announced a 20th anniversary re-release of Neil Jordan’s much-loved vampire tale, Interview With The Vampire, in time to celebrate the film’s big anniversary. The brand-new version will include a new exclusive featurette, as well as all the extra features that were included in the 2008 release. No technical specifications have yet been announced.
The Blu-ray will include:
- Lestat, Louis, and the Vampire Phenomenon: A conversation with author Anne Rice about her influence on the new wave of vampires as heroes and anti-heroes – NEW FEATURETTE
- Director’s Commentary with Neil Jordan
- In the Shadow of the Vampire
- Introduction by Anne Rice, Neil Jordan and Antonio Banderas
- Theatrical Trailer
The new edition will be released in the USA on September 30th, with a UK release expected later in the year.
Enjoy these pics of Tom at Hydwe Park this morning.