Tom Cruise had a memorable appearance this week on CBS’s “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” joining with the show’s host to act out scenes from Cruise’s movie career — including “Top Gun” and the “Mission: Impossible” films. Check...
It could be another Cruise film series like 'Mission: Impossible' or 'The Mummy.'
James Corden endured some Risky Business on Wednesday, acting alongside Tom Cruise in a live-to-tape, rapid-fire recreation of some of his most iconic roles. VIDEOS: Late Show: 'Melania' Reacts to Trump's 'Billybush-Grabbing' Controversy...Show More Summary
Poking fun at his reign in Hollywood was no mission impossible for Tom Cruise on Wednesday’s “Late Late Show.” Check out his career fly-by with host James Corden, above. The two definitely show the need for speed in acting out Cruise’s...Show More Summary
The MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE star has other films to scratch that itch.
In this edition of Sequel Bits: Keanu Reeves shows off his John Wick: Chapter 2 weapon skills. Tom Cruise teases an insane stunt for Mission: Impossible 6. Pitch Perfect 3 brings back Anna Camp. Paddington 2 recruits Hugh Grant and Brendan Gleeson into the cast. Show More Summary
“Ever since the announcement by New Century Chamber Orchestra that its music director will leave at the end of the current season, the organization has been faced with Mission Impossible: replacing the irrepressible and – not to mince words – irreplaceable Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg. And yet, the news today is of success.”
Jonathan Rhys-Meyers walks the red carpet at the screening of his movie London Town during the 2016 BFI London Film Festival on Tuesday (October 11) at Haymarket Cinema in London, England. The 39-year-old actor was joined by co-stars Dougray Scott (with wife Claire Forlani), Natascha McElhone, and Daniel Huttlestone. While on the carpet, Jonathan opened [...]
As many industry watchers expected, the Galaxy Note 7 has been cancelled. The fix that Samsung put in place for the exploding batteries in its critically acclaimed phablet has not solved the issue and replaced units continued to catch fire. The decision has been made to stop production completely. The Note 7 is no more. It is an ex-Note.
It’s a heist worthy of Mission: Impossible.
Disguised as a foreign dignitary, top IMF agent Ethan Hunt slips into the embassy party completely unnoticed, his friends Mr. T, Finn, Abby Yates and Harry Potter trailing close behind him. This is so dumb. It’s perfect. Read more.....
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced today the release of six new LEGO® Dimensions™ expansion packs based on the blockbuster franchises: Ghostbusters™, Adventure Time™, Mission Impossible™, Harry Potter™ and The A-Team™.Show More Summary
Tom Cruise is back in action this fall with Jack Reacher: Never Go Back. The star of the Mission: Impossible franchise launched another action movie series in 2012 with the first movie based on Lee Child’s recurring character who has been at the center of over 100 million books sold worldwide. Show More Summary
About 100 former Dutch UN peacekeepers may sue the government for sending them to defend the Bosnian enclave of Srebrenica in 1995, after the defence ministry admitted it had been a mission "impossible," lawyers said Tuesday. "The state sent these soldiers on a mission impossible and then abandoned them," lawyer Michael Ruperti told AFP. Show More Summary
Expansion packs based on Ghostbusters, Adventure Time, Mission Impossible, Harry Potter and The A-Team.
After four months of not having to buy anything, Lego Dimensions players suddenly have a whole new wave of friends to add to their collection. The new Ghostbusters, Adventure Time, Mission Impossible, The A-Team and Harry Potter make their Dimensions debut today. Read more...
This coming week, toys-to-life franchise mash-up Lego Dimensions will start its second year, and begin rolling out an even larger range of new inclusions than its initial offering. Harry Potter, Adventure Time, Mission Impossible and...Show More Summary
After a contract disagreement, Tom Cruise has finally closed his deal for the next Mission: Impossible sequel.
On September 17, 1966, a landmark TV program debuted over on CBS: Bruce Geller’s Mission: Impossible, an action-adventure series centering on a team of highly skilled government agents. The original M:I ran from 1966 to 1973 and spawned...Show More Summary
Production was halted on Mission: Impossible 6 over a pay dispute, but now everything is all settled and ready to resume. Cue the theme music!