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By Chris Hood (This is Part Eighteen of an ongoing series to help educate aspiring filmmaker on the process of making their first film. Previous articles in this series can be found at BleedingCool.com and MovieIndustry.com) Parts: 1, 2, 3, …
Two bits of new for Mission Impossible 5, the Christopher McQuarrie directed sequel, due out December 2015. The first is a rumor that Alec Baldwin is in negotiations to join the cast. The second news is that Rebecca Ferguson has …
Later this week, Doug Liman‘s Edge of Tomorrow will open across the UK and US, bringing in its wake countless name drops for Groundhog Day. It’s another time loop story, albeit one with Starship Troopers levels of bug-busting alien warfare. …
Earth is being attacked by aliens that have to power to repeat slices of time over and over again. At first, Emily Blunt hijacked their power and now Tom Cruise has too.
Worst Groundhog’s Day ever.
I’d like to think this is going to be superb. Tom Cruise has surprisingly good form with big blockbuster fare, and there’s an awful lot of interesting elements here.
When Quentin Tarantino, Peter Jackson, Tom Cruise, Kiera Knightley, Martin Scorcese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks And More Got The Clap
I have to say Sean Bean doesn’t look too happy. But everyone else seems to get into the spirit of things. The current playing advert on Film4 for its series of filmmaker and actor interviews…
Pitt has always shown an interest and was even attached to star in an earlier incarnation of the film when it was to be directed by Michael Mann.
Formerly known as All You Need Is Kill.
We’re less than one day away from the first trailer launching online.
This one will be based on the 18th novel in the Lee Child novel series.
The famously picky actor hasn’t done a movie since 2010.
Debuting just a week after Star Wars: Episode VII.
And I’m pretty sure it’s a mission to direct. UPDATED with a confirmation from Cruise.
This sci-fi action picture has been adapted from the novel All You Need Is Kill, and was going to share the title. Probably for the best that it’s changed, though.
Another set back for one of the most set back films in the modern history of setting back.
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.