We’ll call it Mission: Impossible 5 for now but the final title probably won’t have as many numbers or so little punctuation.
Something to keep Guy Ritchie and producer Lionel Wigram busy while possible Sherlock Holmes threequels are spun in the air.
The prize packs are made up of an Oblivion hoodie, a Lifetime clock, a USB phone dock and a set of earphones, with one winner also receiving a Bluetooth Laser Keyboard.
Tom Cruise likes to repeat himself.
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Tom Cruise is thinking about slipping another franchise film onto his resume
Also, two new, extremely hi-res posters for the film.
I enjoyed Jack Reacher a great deal. I’m not sure I liked its politics too much, but the Sherlock-y stuff was fun, it had some good action, there were some really satisfying plot beats. I want more…. and I may get what I want.
What’s he looking so moody about?
” If You Liked That Bit In The Matrix, Maybe You’ll Like It In This.”
Drums fight it out over a movie score. Lovely.
Even film directors are getting in on the game now.
Also… does this mean the next Die Hard is coming to IMAX? I bet it does.
Upcoming sci fi from Tom Cruise and Morgan Freeman? Oblivion looks pretty good. And be sure to check out Brendon’s shot-by-shot breakdown of what we’re seeing in the trailer. Most-Read Comic Stories Today: “Hey! Quasi-Pretty-NOT-Hot-Girl, You Are More Pathetic Than …
Going shot by shot through the first trailer for Oblivion. Okay, I left one shot out. It was boring.
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With Andrea Riseborough, Olga Kurylenko, Morgan Freeman and plenty of CG.
Like Wall-E but with people instead of robots, I think.