A new still for Edge of Tomorrow has been released, and the first trailer is expected to debut tomorrow! Edge of Tomorrow opens on June 6th, 2014
One of 2012â€²s most pleasant surprises was Christopher McQuarrieâ€˜s â€˜Jack Reacher,â€™ which starred Tom Cruise as the titular bad ass. As it was based on a series of books by Lee Child it seemed ready to spawn a franchise, but the filmâ€™s modestly-hyped Christmas release suggested that Paramount didnâ€™t know if they had a winner. The film was a modest success, and now Paramount is working on developing a sequel.
News comes from Deadline that Paramount and Skydance are looking to adapt the most recent Reacher adventure â€˜Never Go Back,â€™ in which the main character is under suspicion for pummeling a man and impregnating a woman. Currently the project is out to writers. The first â€˜Reacherâ€™ was adapted by Christopher McQuarrie, who will not be working on the sequel as heâ€™s currently prepping â€˜Mission: Impossible 5.â€™
Word is that Paramount wants this fast, and may try to try to sneak the â€˜Reacherâ€™ sequel into Cruiseâ€™s schedule before he returns to Ethan Hunt, though heâ€™s been circling â€˜Go Like Hellâ€˜ for Joseph Kosinski. Currently â€˜Mission: Impossible 5â€² is dated for December 25, 2015, so they donâ€™t have a lot of time on the clock unless they follow â€˜Warcraftâ€s lead and move â€˜M:I 5â€² away from â€˜Star Wars: Episode 7,â€™ which is currently scheduled to open December 18, 2015.
Mark your calendars! Mission: Impossible 5 is being released on December 25th, 2015.
Yup, still 2 years to go, but at least we got a release date now!
And to finalize tonight’s update, I bring you Screen Captures from the Mission: Impossible, plus some new HQs stills and Behind Scenes photos. Happy Saturday!
Happy Friday, everyone! Here I come with blu-ray screen caps from one of my favorite movies of Tom and some HQ stills from the movie. Enjoy!
For his first two features, Tron: Legacy and Oblivion director Joseph Kosinski created fantastical, futuristic worlds with the sleek, glossy style he transferred from the world of commercials. A potential third feature, however, will bring him back to reality, along with his previous star.
According to The Wrap, Kosinski is looking to reteam with his Oblivion star Tom Cruise on a former Michael Mann project, Go Like Hell. Set up at 20th Century Fox, the project comes from an A.J. Baime novel that tackles the early 1960â€²s rivalry between Ford and companies like Ferrari to break out of the consumer car marketplace and into that of the European racing world. While no deals are signed yet, Cruise would play the role of Henry Ford II, who spearheaded the transition by creating Le Mans.
While Kosinski had a proven knack for visuals, his storytelling abilities often come up lacking, so hopefully this true tale, scripted by Jason Keller, could be a strong match. Itâ€™s not a topic I have particular interest in, but Fox thinks they have something here, so weâ€™ll have to see if it moves forward.
Good news! Mission: Impossible 5 has a director! Still no release date though.
Paramount and Skydance Productions today confirmed that Christopher McQuarrie (Jack Reacher, The Way Of The Gun) will direct the next installment of their Mission: Impossible franchise. McQuarrie Tweeted the message â€œMission: Acceptedâ€ and will reunite in the pic with his Jack Reacher star Tom Cruise. Deadlineâ€™s Mike Fleming first reported that McQuarrie was being eyed to direct the action sequel which will see franchise star Tom Cruise return as super spy Ethan Hunt. â€œThe Mission series is special for its signature directors; Chris McQuarrie keeps this tradition thriving,â€ said Paramount Film Group President Adam Goodman. Drew Pearce is scripting the pic for Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions with Cruise and JJ Abramsâ€˜ Bad Robot also producing. McQuarrie is repped by CAA.