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To celebrate the release of Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, which is available now on Digital Download and releases on Blu-ray, DVD on the 27th February, we are giving away 3 copies of the film on Blu-ray!
Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) returns to enforce his bold brand of justice in the action-packed sequel based on author Lee Child’s best-selling series. When Army Major Susan Turner (Cobie Smulders) is framed for treason, Reacher discovers she’s the target of a massive government conspiracy. With help from Turner and a mysterious new ally, Reacher risks everything to take down a powerful organization that will stop at nothing to protect its secrets.
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The actress, who appeared on the talk show following conservative writer Milo Yiannopoulos, discussed her A&E show Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, which shows how the church affects the life of ex-Scientologists.
"He [Cruise] could end this singlehandedly,” said Maher, to which Remini responded, “He could end this. Correct. And because they are saying he singlehandedly is clearing the planet, is changing the planet, so most Scientologists believe.“
Maher then interjected saying, "Clearing the planet? He couldn’t »
- Arlene Washington
After a few stumbling blocks on the road to the latest Mission: Impossible sequel, production is finally set to kick off in April and writer/director Christopher McQuarrie recently spoke with Empire to tease what Mission: Impossible 6 has in store. Unlike the fantastic opening sequence of Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation which saw Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) clutching to the side of a... Read More »
- Kevin Fraser
Nicole Kidman has confirmed that she and Lenny Kravitz were engaged after ending her marriage to Tom Cruise. Nicole Kidman Confirms Engagement To Lenny Kravitz There had always been rumors swirling about Kidman’s whirlwind romance with Kravitz, but the extent of the relationship was kept under wraps. The actress confirmed the old rumors during an interview with The Edit, […]
- Hillary Luehring-Jones
With the Toy Fair kicking off this weekend in New York City, Funko is getting the party started early by revealing a ton of new collectibles, including the concept art for new Pop! vinyl figures based on characters from Universal's new The Mummy movie.
The new Pop! vinyl designs feature Tom Cruise's character, Nick Morton, and both versions of Sofia Boutella's character, Ahmenet, aka The Mummy. Although the designs aren't final, you can get a good idea of what to expect in the images below.
The Mummy is scheduled to come out in theaters on June 9th, so collectors can expect these figures to be released sometime in the late spring or early summer. If you're in New York City, keep an eye out for these designs at Funko's booth at the Toy Fair.
From Funko: "Tom Cruise finally joins the Pop! family!
The Mummy - also starring »
- Derek Anderson
David Crow Feb 20, 2017
Mission: Impossible is an interesting franchise. To date, each film has been directed by a different filmmaker with a very different palate and sensibility, creating different contexts in which Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt runs like a mad man from explosions. 2015’s Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation is one of the best of the bunch, which is perhaps why Christopher McQuarrie is the first director to reprise his stint with Cruise on the Impossible Mission Force team. And that’s good news, so is the already confirmed return of Rebecca Ferguson’s beguiling Ilsa Faust.
Now, McQuarrie (who also wrote Rogue Nation) is finally opening up about what to expect from the new film while chatting with Empire. For starters, he confirmed Paris will be a »
Last year marked the 20th anniversary of the Mission: Impossible film franchise, and while there wasn’t much celebration surrounding the big screen adaptation of the classic film series, soon fans will have something to be excited about with a new movie starting production later this year. Mission: Impossible 6 is already slated for a release […]
- Ethan Anderton
Even in its earliest days, no one was showing up to watch “Mission: Impossible” for the story, and with each successive entry in the franchise, the setpieces have been the star of the show. While you’d probably have to think a few moments about the plot of “Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation,” you probably remember the opening scene with Tom Cruise hanging off the plane, or the opera house sequence, or the motorcycle chase, or the underwater scene.
- Kevin Jagernauth
This summer, The Mummy is back for an all-new adventure that is primed to unlock a whole new world of Gods and Monsters for fans worldwide as Universal attempts to relaunch their classic Monsters universe - which is widely remembered as the first shared cinematic universe in history. Universal has been highly secretive about their upcoming project, having only released a teaser trailer and an awesome behind-the-scenes featurette so far, which shouldn't be all that surprising considering the film is still around four months out. Also, with the impending release of The Fate of the Furious in April, it's probably a safe bet to assume that the studio is holding back the real goods (as in a new theatrical trailer) for when that blockbuster franchise makes its gargantuan return to theaters. In the meantime, Funko has kicked off some of the early promotions with the unveiling of their upcoming line of The Mummy Pop! »
Though history well tell you that many movie franchises tend to peter out once they surpass the third installment, Paramount’s Mission: Impossible has gone from strength to strength. Six years ago, Brad Bird’s Ghost Protocol stormed to a whopping $690 million at the international box office, while Christopher McQuarrie’s excellent Rogue Nation landed in the same financial ballpark in 2015 – $682 million, to be exact.
If nothing else, it proves the Tom Cruise-fronted series still retains its status as one of Hollywood’s more lucrative action tentpoles, and Paramount, Cruise and McQuarrie have accepted their next assignment: Mission: Impossible 6.
With a July 27th, 2018 release date in place, the studio is slowly beginning to gear up for Ethan Hunt’s next globe-trotting adventure and thanks to Empire, we know it’ll officially enter production in Paris on April 10th. The outlet caught up with writer-director Christopher McQuarrie – who has »
- Michael Briers
The Great Wall review
There’s no escaping the PC uproar over Matt Damon’s casting in The Great Wall. It’s been the basis for a sea of unending jokes based around whitewashing. Although whitewashing has been a serious issue for years in Hollywood, Damon’s casting is actually progressive. Being a Chinese/USA co-production that employs a lot of Chinese talent; there are fewer Chinese films with non-Chinese leads, than there are Hollywood films with non-white leads. So let’s celebrate rather than moan. It’s certainly not the same as Tom Cruise taking a lead in The Last Samurai or Tilda Swinton’s divisive casting in Doctor Strange. It’s merely a big budget Chinese/USA co-production that wants to get that Western dollar. »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
With John Wick: Chapter 2 in cinemas now, it seems a good time to take a look back over Keanu Reeves’ forays into the action genre. Over the years Reeves has dipped his toes into just about every genre. He broke out of course in comedy, becoming forever identified as Ted Theodore Logan in the two Bill and Ted films. He’s done dramas, thrillers, romance and horror films. He’s even done Shakespeare (not that the world, or indeed Reeves himself needs reminding of that). However, Ted Logan aside, his most iconic work has been in the action genre.
The ageless Reeves took his first foray into the genre back in 1991 with the cult classic, Point Break. Whilst undoubtedly he was overshadowed by Patrick Swayze in the film, what was apparent was that Reeves, while still actively trying to shake »
- Amie Cranswick
Nicole Kidman just revealed she was once engaged to rocker Lenny Kravitz, telling The Edit that she was quietly betrothed to the father of her Big Little Lies costar Zoë Kravitz years ago. The actress and musician dated in 2003, and People covered their under-the-radar romance in this vintage cover story below:
One thing you can say for Nicole Kidman: The woman knows how to keep a secret. Throughout the summer, the Oscar-winning actress dismissed inquiries of a romance with rocker Lenny Kravitz with “we’re-just-friends” denials. Yes, she was renting his apartment, but please don’t get the wrong idea. »
- Kathy Ehrich Dowd
HBO’s new miniseries Big Little Lies is full of intricate relationships, but off-screen there’s a special connection between two of the costars.
“Well, I knew Zoë because I was engaged to her father. It’s all in the family!,” the Oscar-winning actress told Net-a-porter.com’s magazine, The Edit. “I love Lenny; he’s a great guy.”
Engagement rumors surrounded the stars’ romance in the early 2000s after Kidman’s divorce from Tom Cruise, and the Australian »
- Stephanie Petit
Nicole Kidman could have once been Mrs. Kravitz.
The 49-year-old actress talks about her highly anticipated new HBO series, Big Little Lies, in a new interview with Net-a-porter.com's digital magazine, The Edit, and drops a bombshell on her former relationship with rocker Lenny Kravitz. Kidman is asked about her Big Little Lies co-star, 28-year-old Zoe Kravitz, and Kidman reveals she was once engaged to Zoe's father.
"Well, I knew Zoe because I was engaged to her father," Kidman says bluntly. "It's all in the family!"
But she has no hard feelings towards her former flame.
"I love Lenny; he's a great guy," she adds.
Kidman and 52-year-old Kravitz were linked in 2003. Kidman told Vanity Fair in October 2007 that she was once engaged to someone in the time before she met her current husband, Keith Urban, and after she divorced from her ex-husband, [link »
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have the kind of marriage that most people only dream of, but before she met the Australian country crooner, she was engaged to rockstar Lenny Kravitz. They dated briefly in 2003 after Nicole split from ex-husband Tom Cruise in 2001, and although many speculated they'd gotten engaged, neither party ever confirmed it until now. In an interview with The Edit, she opened up about what it was like to reconnect with Big Little Lies costar Zoë Kravitz while working on the HBO drama, given their connection through Lenny. "Well, I knew Zoë because I was engaged to her father," she revealed. "It's all in the family! I love Lenny; he's a great guy." Nicole has rarely spoken of her relationship with the "Are You Gonna Go My Way" singer or their rumored engagement, but in 2007 she told Vanity Fair that the reason they never made it down »
- Quinn Keaney
Tom Cruise‘s mother, Mary Lee South, who had been battling various health issues, has died. She was 80. South, a former special education teacher, died last week in her sleep due to unspecified health ailments, People reported. Cruise frequently credited his mother for inspiring him, and applauded her for being the driving force behind his acting pursuits. In […]
- Kate Chia
Icymi: Chip and Joanna Gaines are one of Hgtv’s cutest couples.
With Chip as the contractor and resident jokester and Joanna as the shiplap-savvy interior designer who keeps him in line, it’s no wonder the two have such a sweet chemistry that Fixer Upper fans can’t get enough of. But no matter what pranks Chip pulls or what remodeling hazard their projects throw their way, the Gaineses always seem to get through it together. To inspire your #relationshipgoals on this most romantic day of the year, here are some of our favorite lovey-dovey Chip and Jo moments. »
- Megan Stein
Tom Cruise is known to run as fast as he can at some point in almost every single movie that he stars in. However, one clever video editor wanted to have a little more fun with Tom Cruise by having him fall through a bunch of movies that he doesn’t star in. Taking footage from […]
The post Lol: Tom Cruise Falls Through A Bunch of Movies appeared first on /Film. »
- Ethan Anderton
While movies are often dramatized to the extent that you’ll never, ever see some of the stuff performed in movies in real life, on occasion a movie can perform a scene so well that real life implications can actually follow. Whether it’s a new car we want to create, a new weapon that comes to light, or even a particular technique we’ve never seen before, movies can be an inspiration for real world scenarios. Here’s something I found out today. There’s a scene in the movie Collateral where Tom Cruise is being held up in an alley. He is approached
- Nat Berman
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