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Tom Cruise has been a part of some huge, seminal movies. Top Gun, Days of Thunder, Mission: Impossible, War of The Worlds, and Minority Report to name a few. According to director Alex Kurtzman, Cruise thinks The Mummy is bigger than all of those. Show More Summary
"The Mummy" dates back to the 1932 classic starring Boris Karloff, part of the original Universal Monsters franchise. The original spawned four additional installments into the 1940s. The final two starring Lon Chaney, Jr. In the 1959,...Show More Summary
Mission: Impossible is about to head to Egypt. Sort of. Universal has released the first official trailer for The Mummy, a follow-up to the four-film franchise that starred Brendan Fraser between 1999 and 2008. And while many are wondering...Show More Summary
And you thought Tom Cruise had it tough in those Mission: Impossible movies! The Mummy opens on June 9, 2017. Check out the rollercoaster of a trailer after the break. The Mummy – Official Trailer (HD) – YouTube #TheMummy In theaters...Show More Summary
"The Mummy" is getting a giant reboot next summer starring Tom Cruise and Universal has released the first full trailer for the the film. It looks like it's "Mission Impossible" meets the popular horror franchise as we see Cruise swimming...Show More Summary
Despite what it may look like at the start, this is not a trailer for Mission: Impossible 6. Sure, there’s Tom Cruise, on a plane, in the middle of a huge action scene. But once the ancient evil lady starts walking around, it’s obvious this is something quite different. This is The Mummy. Read more...
Drew Pearce—a screenwriter whose past credits include Iron Man 3 and Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation—is currently set to make his directorial debut, with Jodie Foster offering an assist. The Oscar-winning actress has signed on to star as “The Nurse” in Pearce’s upcoming film Hotel Artemis. Show More Summary
Ireland's Prime Minister Enda Kenny has done us all a favour with his comment that the UK's exit from the EU is 'impossible' within two years. Back in June I published a short talk by another Irishman, Michael Dougan - a Professor of...Show More Summary
Veteran television, theater and film actress Barbara Bain has sold her home in the Mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles for $1.675 million. The Spanish-style house, built in the 1920s and since updated, has a contemporary feel with dark wood and polished concrete floors, white walls and coffered ceilings....
In the past, the thought of making your own lens would probably seem like a fairly impossible mission. For most of us, it still seems pretty out of reach. Not for determined photographer and weird lens master, Mathieu Stern, though, who created his own 3D printed lens. Show More Summary
There are many social media management tools on the market. Choosing the right one can seem like mission impossible, especially if you have multiple profiles to manage. However, there are some tools that stand out among the others, due to their features and affordable pricing. Show More Summary
With perfectly round and well-lit booty pictures taking over our Instagram feeds, it's almost impossible to not want to get squatting to build that perfect Insta-tush for yourself, but one fitness blogger is using her platform to tell people that those photos aren't always as flawless as they seem. Show More Summary
The Thunder have dropped four straight. The Oklahoma City Thunder started off the season 6-1, and Russell Westbrook’s seemingly impossible mission of doing it all himself was working. The Thunder had an easy first few games, but still beat the otherwise undefeated Los Angeles Clippers. Show More Summary
Paramount Pictures confirmed just last week that “Mission: Impossible 6” will arrive in 2018, with Tom Cruise returning to the role of Ethan Hunt. However, he may be missing at … The post Avengers: Infinity War May Force Jeremy Renner to Skip M:I 6 appeared first on CBR.com.
It’s getting to the point that almost every good actor out there has some kind of role in the Marvel cinematic universe. Thankfully, they can’t all be in every single movie in the Marvel franchise, so they get a break for a couple years at a time. Show More Summary
While there are any number of things to love about this weekend’s theatrical release of Arrival — and we do offer a few of them in our review of the film ?—? one thing that doesn’t always find its way into the buzz is the career rehabilitation of Jeremy Renner. Show More Summary
With Mission: Impossible 6 gearing up for production next year, there hasn't been any official information about Jeremy Renner returning. While nothing is official yet, the actor did imply there could be a complication with this.