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If anything, Tom Cruise is undervalued as an actor. Industry pundits pay close attention to his global drawing power, with little to no credit given to his performances – a short-sighted approach that overlooks some incredible turns under the direction of multiple, powerful directors.
Tom Cruise watches a movie a day. Only his movies though. Ok, he's kidding about that part, but the Edge of Tomorrow star did tell Jimmy Fallon that he keeps up with the latest films. Cruise visited The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night in anticipation of Edge of Tomorrow's arrival in theaters tomorrow (or tonight, technically).
Much like his recent film, Edge of Tomorrow, Tom Cruise seems to be in a constant loop of evaluation. His status as a box office star is constantly in question with every new film he releases, and so far he seem to be doing rather well for himself.
Okay, campers, rise and shine, and don't forget your booties 'cause it's cold out there today. Ok, I realize the Groundhog Day nods at Edge of Tomorrow are probably already getting tired, but it's hard to hear the words "It's a new day people" in the newest EoT trailer and not think of Bill Murray's alarm clock.
Edge Of Tomorrow is on the edge of most critic's summer movie pools. It could be a breakout hit that Tom Cruise and Doug Liman could ride to glory, or it could be another reminder to Emily Blunt that Scarlett Johannson took her spot on the Marvel Cinematic Bus to Paycheck Land.
Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt will be everywhere at once later this month for the premiere of Warner Bros.' Edge of Tomorrow. Ok, that's a bit of an exaggeration, but they're aiming to attend three premieres of the film in three separate countries a single day.
Tom Cruise Hit With $1 Billion Lawsuit Claiming The Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol Plot Was Stolen
Screenwriter Timothy Patrick McLanahan claims he first started shopping around a script he wrote called Head On back in 1998 and that some time between then and the making of Ghost Protocol the production team stole his idea and violated his copyright.
No reason has been given for Cruise's departure, though he was attached since May '12, and there's been very little momentum on the project thus far.
After directing him in this year’s lackluster sci-fi adventure Oblivion, Joseph Kosinski is reteaming with Cruise for Fox’s racing drama Go Like Hell, which may soon find another megastar in its midst as Fox is currently trying to sway Brad Pitt to join the project. It would mark the first time Pitt and Cruise co-starred in a film since 1994’s Interview With the Vampire, and while a racetrack is the last place I want to see their on-screen reunion, I guess I won’t look a gift horse under the hood.
The epic action of "Edge of Tomorrow" unfolds in a near future in which an alien race has hit the Earth in an unrelenting assault, unbeatable by any military unit in the world. Major William Cage (Cruise) is an officer who has never seen a day of combat when he is unceremoniously dropped into what amounts to a suicide mission.
While Christopher McQuarrie’s Jack Reacher wasn’t exactly a big hit Stateside, it did manage to make quite a splash internationally. Made for a modest $60 million and sporting Tom Cruise’s name above the title on all the posters, the movie ultimately managed to bring in an impressive $218 million globally.
Are you following the Twitter account @EmbeddedUDF? If you’re even remotely interested in Doug Liman’s upcoming sci-fi battle film Edge of Tomorrow, you might want to start.
Should El Presidente actually ever get made, Cruise will star as an extremely serious secret service agent who feels he is screwed over when he is assigned to protect America's worst former president - a character described as "an alcoholic and womanizing sleazebag who never won a presidential election but was elevated from VP when the president died."
Based on true events that occurred in the early 1960s, the film will tell the story of how Henry Ford II teamed up with Lee Iacocca and former racing car champion Carroll Shelby to help get the Ford Motor Company back into the sports car marketplace. Together they decide that the best way to do this would be to build and race a car in The 24 Hours of Le Mans, one of the most dangerous and prestigious races in the world.
Even if Wahlberg and Washington don't do it for you, you know what we're talking about. Everyone has a certain actor who, for whatever reason, they will watch in anything, even when so much of what that actor does is crap. It's how Bruce Willis movies like A Good Day to Die Hard make $300 million worldwide. It's how Adam Sandler has created a mini-empire. There are actors we will all forgive over and over again, because for whatever reason they're compulsively watchable no matter what