TRL!

June 27th, 2004
Annie

From: MTV.com

TRL’s Times Square Film Festival gives you an all access pass to the summer’s hottest flicks with the screen’s biggest stars. Tom Cruise and Jamie Foxx show why their movie Collateral is expected to do major box office damage. (…)
TRL’s Times Square Film Festival airs June 28th – July 2 @ 5:00 p.m. ET/PT

And, Vote for Tom for Hottest Male Prize on MTV Movie Awards Post-Show Polls. Click here to vote!


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MTV Movie Awards 2004 Video again

June 21st, 2004
Annie

Sp you guys crushed my bandwidth and caused my website to go down. I had to remove the video. And I still can’t upload to this server. It gives me errors all the time. Ah that’s painful. Well at least a few of you had the chance to see the vid. I will upload it again, just don’t know where. For now, I hope my domain gets back online. ๐Ÿ™‚ But at least Tom is worth it.
Oh and about the Los Angeles Confidential magazine, I’m on it but judging I live in Germany that may take a while, I’ll keep my eyes open.


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MTV Movie Awards 2004 Video + M:I 3 News

June 20th, 2004
Annie

Okay so download the video of Tom at the MTV Movie Awards 2004 here (sorry, link has been removed, see above why). Oh boy, I hope my bandwidth won’t suffer. ๐Ÿ™‚

Thandie Opts Out of ‘M:I 3’
Thandie Newton turned down the chance to reprise her role in the upcoming Mission: Impossible 3 sequel – so she can write a new movie with her husband. The British actress lit up the big screen alongside Tom Cruise in 2000’s Mission: Impossible II – but Thandie has forgone the chance to return to the action franchise. Instead she is occupying herself writing a screenplay with husband Oliver Parker, after becoming frustrated with Hollywood. Newton – who is currently starring alongside Vin Diesel in The Chronicles Of Riddick – says, “It’s the occasional film that just reignites my love of acting. I can go through months where I just want to quit and it’s funny the films that do reignite that love.”


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Tom @ Los Angeles Confidential Magazine

June 20th, 2004
Annie

Our beloved Tom Cruise is gracing the cover of the Summer 2004 issue of Los Angeles Confidential magazine. You can view some thumbnails from the photoshoot and read an extract from the interview here. Looking gorgeous as always if I might say so.

On another sidenote – that video I promised you guys from the MTV Movie Awards is currently being uploaded but to another server since this one is kinda slow and uploading 9MB takes some time. I will post the link here then. There’s also something wrong with the media section of the site, lots of dead links and an Elijah Wood background!?! Annie, maybe you could have a look at that? Okay, until later then.


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Report From LA Film Festival’s Collateral Preview

June 19th, 2004
Annie

Source: Coming Soon

On Friday, June 18, director Michael Mann and Tom Cruise made an appearance at Hollywood’s Pacific Theatre as part of the Los Angeles Film Festival to talk about their upcoming movie, Collateral. The evening was called “Michael Mann’s Los Angeles: Realizing Collateral”. One of our readers, ‘Kevin Copelan’, attended the show and filled us in on what we missed (Minor Spoilers Ahead):

I attended this special evening at the Pacific Theater in Hollywood. Tom Cruise, Michael Mann, and actor Barry Shabaka Henley were there, and Kenneth Turan of the L.A. Times was the moderator. Jamie Foxx was a no show because his grandmother was ill. It was a full house with not one seat open in the whole theatre, and they started by showing clips from old films that depict Los Angeles. The first clip shown was Kiss Me Deadly (1955) chosen by the moderator, followed by Touch of Evil (1958) picked by Mann. Cruise picked a clip from Sunset Boulevard of a body in a pool, and Beverly Hills Cop was picked by Barry Shabaka Henley.

They showed a lot of extended clips from Collateral–the look of film is amazing! Michael Mann told Turan that 85% of the film was done with a digital camera so that they could manipulate certain scenes for the film. The Korean disco scene two-thirds through the film is a real keeper. Jada Pinkett Smith plays a taxicab passenger that Max, Jamie Foxx’s character, is making a play for. That scene probably occurs before Max picks up Vincent, the killer played by Tom Cruise.

The evening finished with a Q and A session and an extended trailer, which I believe has not been shown before then. In closing, there is no way this film can get a PG-13 rating, since it’s too violent.


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Olympic Torch Relay

June 18th, 2004
Annie

Olympic Torch Relay pictures are up!! I’ve also added a whole bunch of MTV Movie Awards pictures I had here ๐Ÿ™‚


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Rock the Vote

June 18th, 2004
Annie

Rock! Rock the Vote – 2004 National Bus Tour Concert pictures!! (Thanks Tina for those pictures, go visit her site!!)And also one from Detoxification Project, with an article over here and another one right here. Olympic Torch Relay are being uploaded as I post this… will be posted in a few


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Olympic Torch Relay

June 18th, 2004
Annie

Hey everyone! I’m sorry I haven’t been able to post anything on the Olympic Torch Relay yet (blame it on my college semester being at it’s end and final papers…), but it’s friday, and I don’t have any classes tomorrow, so I will be posting everything tonight, okay?


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M:I-3 News + MTV Movie Awards

June 13th, 2004
Annie

Carnahan & Cruise on Mission: Impossible 3

Premiere magazine talked to director Joe Carnahan and star Tom Cruise about Mission: Impossible 3, the $100 million sequel which Paramount is targeting for a May 6, 2005 release.

Carnahan promises a suspense ride that will feature “all the great things” from the billion-dollar worldwide franchise but be “the most real and ragged of the three.”

Cruise has no worries over the challenge he’s set. “Joe’s very bright, he has endless energy, and he’s not afraid to attack a situation and learn as much as he can about it. He’s definitely not daunted by it.”

Carnahan previously directed Narc. “M:I-3” also stars Ving Rhames, Carrie-Anne Moss, Kenneth Branagh, and Scarlett Johansson. Thanks to ‘Invincible’ for the heads up.
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Okay now let me address the MTV Movie Awards which aired over here yesterday – just how freaking hot is Tom? I don’t know if you had a chance to see it, I could try and make a video if you’d like to see his appearance which was awesome, it would have German subtitles but it’s still worth watching, so I will try to do my best. ๐Ÿ™‚


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Cruise to carry olympic torch

June 11th, 2004
Annie

Source: Zap2It

LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) – Tom Cruise, Ellen DeGeneres and Sylvester Stallone will double-knot their running shoes to help bear the Olympic torch this year.
The trio of stars will be among others honored when the torch arrives in Los Angeles on Wednesday, June 16, reports the AP.

Samsung, a sponsor of the Olympic Torch Relay, chose the actors for their accomplishments in show business and contribution to worthy causes. The worldwide relay will also stop in St. Louis, Atlanta and New York on its way to Athens, Greece in August.

Stallone, 57, last appeared in 2003’s “Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over” and “Shade,” while DeGeneres, 46, played the voice of “Finding Nemo’s” Dory, the fish with short-term memory.

Cruise, 41, will be in shape from his rigorous training from “The Last Samurai.” He next stars opposite Jamie Foxx in the thriller “Collateral” this August.

And a pic of Tom as ‘party hopper’ at the MTV Movie Awards here

Excite reports the same.


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