In the upcoming Fall 2015 TV season, we have a couple of new shows derived from hit movies; The 2011 Bradley Cooper film Limitless spins off its story as a series on CBS this Fall, and the 2002 Tom Cruise hit Minority Report does the same on FOX. Unfortunately for Minority Report, it doesn't do so in a satisfying or convincing way.
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Image from 'Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation' courtesy of Paramount Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation has sprinted past the $100 million mark after ten days in China. The Tom Cruise action sequel opened in the world's second largest moviegoing marketplace last Tuesday with a whopping $18.5 million single-day gross, including $1.5m in midnight showings. [...]
A sequel to 2012's Tom Cruise vehicle Jack Reacher hasn't exactly been quick to give us more from the ex-military badass, but progression has been steady, and they continue to add pieces to the puzzle. The latest news is that Jack Reacher...Show More Summary
It looks like Tom Cruise is selling his Beverly Hills mansion that he bought with his ex, Katie Holmes for a whopping $50 million. [ more › ]
Tom Cruise is still a major movie star, right? Is he having tax troubles? Another early aughts style meltdown? Because he is having a big-time real estate sell-off, attempting to get rid of places in Manhattan, Telluride, and Los...
Heroes Reborn's Danika Yarosh is in talks to join Jack Reacher 2, starring Tom Cruise and Cobie Smulders. If cast, Yarosh would play the role of Reacher's (Cruise) daughter. There is a possibility that the actress might not get the job...Show More Summary
FOX's new drama Minority Report continues the story of the hit 2002 Tom Cruise film with the same name. In the near future, murder rates are brought to an all-time low when technology that takes advantage of the PreCogs' ability to predict murders and stop them before they happen. Show More Summary
Jack Reacher is a loner. A wanderer. But with each new mission, in each strange location, Reacher picks up acquaintances who help him along his way, and it's sounding like Tom Cruise is narrowing down the search for a current co-star...Show More Summary
Tom Cruise may have nailed The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face" in his lip sync battle with Jimmy Fallon. But he can't touch the Tonight Show host and Ariana Grande duetting on the song as Sting and Celine Dion, respectively.
Tom Cruise and Cobie Smulders may have company in the Jack Reacher sequel. Relative newcomer Danika Yarosh, who has a role in Heroes Reborn, is in talks to join the cast of the new Ed Zwick-directed film as a young woman of particular importance to the story. Show More Summary
The air war against the Islamic State provides a perfect real-life story line to a sequel, but much has changed since Tom Cruise starred as Maverick in the iconic 1986 blockbuster.
Though it’s just a juicy morsel of good old-fashioned celebrity real estate rumor and gossip at this point, we’ve now heard from no fewer than three plugged-in sources, including property-mad showbiz mover-and-shaker Ann T. Pasto and...Show More Summary
SHANGHAI — China’s biggest film of the summer didn’t star CGI dinosaurs or Tom Cruise. Rather, it was a doughy, green-haired monster named Huba, who is born to a human man (yes, that’s right) and is heir to the monster throne in a world where monsters and humans are in constant conflict. As of Sept. Show More Summary
Two people are dead and one in intensive care following a plane crash in the Colombian Andes; the small aircraft is linked to the production of the latest Tom Cruise film. Those killed are Alan Purwin and Colombian Carlos Berl. A pilot from Georgia, Jimmy Lee Garland, is now in intensive care, where his family... Show More Summary
“Tom Cruise: The new breadbox,” and other comments from my Facebook wall – h/t Kevin Hoffman
Two U.S. citizens working on a movie starring Tom Cruise were killed in the crash of a small aircraft outside Medellin, Colombia, the U.S. embassy said Sunday.
The TV Academy gave a show of support to HBO’s controversial Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, naming it best documentary or nonfiction special. "This is a great honor," said director Alex Gibney in picking up the statuette, adding the project would not have possible without the "courageous support" of HBO execs. Show More Summary
What truly awful news. Three men were flying back to Colombia after production had wrapped on Tom Cruise's new film Mena when severe weather caused their plane to crash into the Andes Mountains. Unfortunately, Venezuelan pilot Carlos Berl and American pilot Alan D. Purwin died in the accident on Friday. Alan was a rather experienced pilot, having worked [...]