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Plans remain active for a film based on the hugely successful Gran Turismo series of videogames. This is a project that's been active for a few years now, with little sign of firm progress. But presumably with one eye on the megabucks that the Fast & Furious movies have been generating, Sony is pushing this one forward.
Furthermore, Joseph Kosinski, director of Oblivion and Tron: Legacy, is helming this one. When Kosinski joined the film, the story was set to centre on a videogamer who became a racing car driver. There may well have been a change of direction there, »
On the surface, things played out as expected at the weekend box office.
As analysts predicted, "The Martian" won the top spot with an estimated $55 million, coming within spitting distance of the October record set two years ago this weekend by the similar "Gravity."
Art-house crime drama hit "Sicario" expanded wide and grossed $12.1 million, as expected, and finished in third place. And "The Walk," playing only on a few hundred large-format screens before it expands wide next week, earned $1.6 million, debuting at No 11.
Behind the scenes, however, this week's results reflect the ongoing fight for your premium-ticket dollar -- the surcharge you pay for 3D, IMAX, and other large-format screenings. With the moviegoing audience dwindling, the effort to wring more cash from every ticket buyer is the theater owners' last hope for increasing revenue -- and their last major battleground.
These days, most U.S. moviegoers are used to coughing »
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Regardless of what you think of Tom Cruise, as a performer, the guy is willing to go to great lengths and put it all on the line in order to entertain us. He is well known for doing his own stunts, going far beyond what most superstars are willing or able to do, something that is on full display in the Mission: Impossible movies. In the latest installment, this summer.s Rogue Nation, he took even his own proclivities to the edge, performing a scene where he had to hold his breath for up to six minutes. And if you.ve ever wanted to see Tom Cruise with his face submerged in water for a ridiculous length of time, you need to watch this video. If you.ve seen Rogue Nation, then you know the scene in question; it.s the one where Cruise.s super spy Ethan Hunt has »
Paramount Home Media Distribution has today announced the official details for the Blu-ray of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, which is set for release on December 15th in the Us.
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As well as the film available on its own, a new Mission: Impossible Blu-ray box-set will also be available for the festive season. In addition, Best Buy have a Steelbook release of the film.
Presented with English Dolby Atmos* (Dolby TrueHD 7.1 compatible), and a Digital HD copy of the film, the special features on the Rogue Nation Blu-ray are as follows:
–Lighting the Fuse
–Sand Theft Auto
–The Missions »
- Scott J. Davis
Neil deGrasse Tyson has a slogan for his StarTalk TV show that he isn't allowed to use. "It's 'Learn something for a change,'" he says with a laugh. "Our marketing people think it's offensive. But I still think: 'Learn something for a change!'"
As an astrophysicist, author, lecturer, and director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York, Tyson has spent a career trying to turn the rest of the country into fellow science geeks. As America's go-go spaceman, he's hosted his StarTalk podcast, radio show and now TV series, »
It's the end of the world, but you'd imagine Sky1 is feeling fine, having partnered with NBC for a new big-budget comedy drama.
You, Me and the Apocalypse brings together the best of UK and Us comic talent - from Britain, there's The Wrong Mans star Mathew Baynton and Peep Show's Paterson Joseph, while Parks and Rec legend Rob Lowe and The Office actress Jenna Fischer are among the American stars.
Strong pedigree - but did the end product live up to the hype? Was it a hellish experience, or a dystopian delight?
Digital Spy wants your thoughts on You, Me and the Apocalypse - here to stay, or (like the Earth, potentially) gone tomorrow?
Vote in our poll - and join the discussion in the comments section:
Watch two new clips from Sky1's all-star comedy You, Me and the Apocalypse
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation proved to be the perfect summer entertainment. If you'd like to enjoy it during the holiday season as well, it looks like you're going to have your Tom Cruise and eat it too. Rogue Nation will be available on Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on December 15, 2015. Special features contained on the Blu-ray combo pack: Commentary by Tom Cruise and... Read More »
- Sean Wist
Fans of Jack Reacher can cease all letter-writing campaigns. The sequel is on its way and Vickie Thomas Casting is finding all the requisite bad guys. “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” will put Tom Cruise back into the military sniper’s shoes and give him a surprise: a wife and kids. The film, also featuring Cobie Smulders, is based on the book by Lee Child, and will find Reacher discovering he has fathered a family he has no memory of while simultaneously being charged with assault. New Orleans will host the shoot that begins in late October. Maury Povich is prepping his delivery of the dramatic paternity verdict. Good thing Charlize Theron never shies away from confrontation: From getting Furiosa in the desert to staying stealthy in Cold War–era Berlin, she’s game. “The Coldest City” has the actor taking on the role of a British spy in »
Hailed as “relentlessly thrilling” (Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment Weekly) and filled with “jaw-dropping stunts” (Scott Mendelson, Forbes), the global hit Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation takes off on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand December 15, 2015 from Paramount Home Media Distribution.
The critically acclaimed action-thriller will also be available as part of the Mission: Impossible 5-movie Blu-ray collection, the perfect gift for the holiday season. The film arrives four weeks early on Digital HD November 17.
Loaded with “killer action and tight suspense” (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone), Paramount Pictures and Skydance Media’s Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation was directed and written for the screen by Christopher McQuarrie. Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg and Ving Rhames return to their iconic roles and the movie also stars Alec Baldwin and newcomer Rebecca Ferguson in a “star-turning role” (Brian Viner, Daily Mail) as a mysterious double agent.
With his elite organization shut down by the CIA, »
- Michelle McCue
Tom Cruise has sold his estate in Hollywood Hills for $11.4 million - almost two million less than the asking price. The 53-year-old actor has managed to flog the luxurious property, situated in the heart of the Santa Monica Mountains, two years after it went on the market, but he was undoubtedly left disappointed when the luxury mansion failed to sell for the original listing price of $13 million. The gorgeous home, which boasts stunning views of the city below, is complete with a huge outdoor paved terrace perfect for those warm evenings watching the sun go down. Three large bedrooms, each featuring en suite bathrooms, with high ceilings and stylish interiors make up the house, while the farmhouse-style kitchen with a white butler sink and plenty of storage space sits in the heart of the home. The spacious living room comes with a large open fire and a white marble-effect surround, »
Pick up the Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation Blu-ray, DVD and Digital combo pack on its official December 15 release date so you can replay Tom Cruise hanging off an airplane in flight at least nine times or one more time than Cruise did to create the scene. Impatient Cruise and Mission: Impossible fans can bring the film home a month earlier on November 17 by purchasing the standalone Digital HD version.
With five Mission: Impossible films starring Tom Cruise in the can, Paramount Home Entertainment will also release the Mission: Impossible 5-movie Blu-ray Collection ($64.99 Srp) on December 15 alongside the Rogue Nation disc-based debut.
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation has earned nearly $200 million at the domestic box office and close to $675 million worldwide. In addition to Cruise the film from director Christopher McQuarrie also stars Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Alec Baldwin and Ving Rhames.
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With a worldwide gross of over $673.5 million and counting, Chris McQuarrie's critically acclaimed action sequel Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation is currently the sixth biggest film of the year and is slowly inching towards becoming Tom Cruise's highest grossing film ever! Yesterday, in a tweet, the 3x Academy Award-nominee announced when we should expect to see the latest Mission: Impossible installment on Blu-ray/DVD. Check out his tweet below: Thank you to all my fans who saw Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation in theaters. Happy to announce it will be out on Blu-ray/DVD December 15. — Tom Cruise (@TomCruise) September 28, 2015 Earlier today, Paramount Home Media Distribution issued a press release that confirmed the December 15 release date and also announced that the film will arrive on Digital HD almost a month earlier on November 17. The release also revealed the full set of special features and, thanks to IGN, we also have our »
The latest entry in the Mission: Impossible franchise excited audiences, and the box office, earlier this Summer, but Paramount has revealed when you'll be able to bring the adventure home on blu-ray, along with all the bonuses coming with it. Come inside to check it out!
If you missed out on the big blockbuster this Summer, or are a big fan of Mission: Impossible and want to watch Rogue Nation again, then you're in luck. The blu-ray will hit stores on December 15, 2015 with a slew of special features:
Hailed as “relentlessly thrilling” (Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment Weekly) and filled with “jaw-dropping stunts” (Scott Mendelson, Forbes), the global hit Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation takes off on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand December 15, 2015 from Paramount Home Media Distribution. The critically acclaimed action-thriller will also be available as part of the Mission: Impossible 5-movie Blu-ray collection, the perfect gift for the holiday season. »
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Jenna Fischer won a legion of fans for playing shy receptionist Pam Beesly in the Us Office for nine seasons. She will next be seen in another ensemble comedy, except this time it's mostly set in Slough, the home of the original version of the show that launched her career.
Sky 1's You, Me and the Apocalypse features a variety of seemingly unconnected characters as the world literally crumbles around them. Boasting one of the most eclectic casts in years, the UK-us show also stars Rob Lowe, Mathew Baynton, Megan Mullally and Pauline Quirke.
Fischer plays a mum who is sent to prison after taking the heat for her son's naughty computer hacking hobbies, and she has promised viewers that it will have a blockbuster feel to rival some of Hollywood's finest.
Hanging off the side of an airplane wasn’t the only stunt Tom Cruise prepared for his latest “Mission: Impossible” film. In order to film an underwater scene for “Rogue Nation,” the actor learned how to hold his breath for several minutes under the guidance of a freediving expert. A new behind-the-scenes video featured on Access Hollywood, reveals the training process he underwent, which was originally designed as a military program. Also read: Why Tom Cruise's 'Mission: Impossible' Scored But Other Starry Summer Movies Flopped “I had to prove to everyone that it was actually safe,” Cruise says in the clip. »
- Reid Nakamura
Bigger by the day! Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' 9-year-old daughter Suri Cruise made a rare public appearance on Saturday when she attended the 2015 Global Citizen Festival, where she joined her mom, who was hosting the event, on stage. Suri, who has been kept relatively out of the spotlight since her parents' divorce in 2012, waved to the crowd of thousands at NYC's Central Park and looked like the spitting image of her 36-year-old parent. Wearing leggings, a pink and white dress and a cream-colored sweater, the adorable tot appeared a bit shy and timid as her mother, who was dressed in black jeans and a leather jacket, encouraged her to say hi to the »
What, no burn book? After spending her first few years in the spotlight (mostly due to the silly faces she’d make as a young child), Suri Cruise has spent some time away from the cameras since her mom, Katie Holmes, and her dad, Tom Cruise, split in 2012. But on Saturday, Sept. 26, Suri, 9, stood up in front of a crowd of thousands at NYC’s Central Park. She was attending the 2015 Global Citizen Festival, where Holmes, 36, was hosting before bringing her little girl on [...] »
Having first graced the big screen as mop-headed slacker Ted Theodore Logan in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, Keanu Reeves has since become one of Hollywood’s ‘go to’ actors when explosive action is the order of the day, starring in numerous edge-of-your-seat thrillers including Point Break, Speed and The Matrix. His most recent film, John Wick, which sees Reeves play a former hitman hell-bent on revenge as he returns to the criminal world he left behind in out now on DVD and Blu-ray.
With a career spanning over three decades, Reeves is rarely far from his next on-screen adventure, but what about some of those action heroes we haven’t heard from in a while? We decided to track down a few of our favourites.
Well isn't this a treat! Katie Holmes' daughter with Tom Cruise, Suri, stole the spotlight on Saturday in Central Park, as the two hit the stage together for 2015 Global Citizen Festival. Holmes looked chic in a leather jacket and black skinny jeans, while her little girl looked adorable in a lace top, patterned skirt and gray leggings. While the "Dawson's Creek" star often shares photos of her 9 year old on social media, she usually keeps her face from the camera. This is the first time we've seen little Suri out in public with her mama since March, when the two attended the Kids' Choice Awards together. Holmes opened up about being a single mom last year, telling People, "I’m learning every day, and I have been since the minute I became a mom. My patience has grown, but between 4 and 6 p.m…I mean, wow, between tickle fights and glitter art, »
- tooFab Staff
In the recent rush to acclaim Tom Cruise as the world's greatest living movie star (hot on the heels Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation), one phase of his career has been conspicuously overlooked. That's the brief interlude between 1983's Risky Business and 1986's Top Gun, during which he briefly acquired flowing rockstar locks and starred in Ridley Scott's fairytale flop Legend.
Not only has the 1985 film been wiped from Cruise's CV, it's also rarely spoken of when discussing Scott's career. All this despite arriving right after the director's stone-cold classics Alien and Blade Runner, and in the midst of the '80s swords and sorcery craze that gave us Arnie punching a camel and Dolph Lundgren as He-Man.
Why does Scott's last fantastical excursion until Prometheus continue to languish in obscurity? On one level the answer is simple: it was a huge box office bomb on release and only »
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