Posts Tagged ‘Cruise’
As will happen when you climb to the top with special electro-stick gloves, everyone starts wanting a piece of what you got. Case in point: Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, J.J. Abrams, and others are being jointly sued for a billion dollars in a claim that says the plot of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol was stolen. The plaintiff, Tim McLanahan, is representing himself and has prepared a ten-page lawsuit arguing that M:I4 was ripped off of Head On, a script he wrote in 1998, long before it was ever known as a topical headache remedy. The suit doesn’t go into specifics about exactly what elements were stolen, but it does contain a lot of spelling and grammatical errors. It also makes a claim that “age discrimination” comes into play; McLanahan’s age isn’t stated, but Cruise is of course perpetually 36, so their age rift grows every day.
Anyway, Suri can breathe easy about her inheritance, as this probably won’t go far. As Deadline notes, beyond its myriad errors, the suit also makes illogical connections that aren’t likely to hold up in court. For one: McLanahan argues that he gave his 1998 script to the agency William Morris, and “shortly afterwards, five top agents from William Morris broke away to form a new agency called ‘Creative Artist Agency’ (CAA) in 1975.” Whoops, time!
Question by csidnagirl: What kind of movies are played on board of a Royal Caribbean cruise?
Please help. Are the movies new releases or a few months old?
Answer by Zef H
The movies are a few months old as I recall. I was just on the Monarch of the Seas in December and I did watch a move or two, but I don’t remember the name of the movie. However, I do recall it was not a new release.
What do you think? Answer below!
Who needs the rest of the alphabet when you’ve got all these A’s just walkin’ all over the place!?
On Monday, Johnny Depp and Tom Cruise both came out for Jerry Bruckheimer’s star ceremony on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!
The producer was honored for his work and contribution in the …
Tom Cruise has become the latest in a long string of actors who will not be in that Man from U.N.C.L.E. remake. Deadline reports Cruise has been forced to drop plans to star in the project due to obligations on Mission: Impossible‘s next exciting protocol: the last film brought the actor’s signature scamper to the side of a skyscraper, and it’s expected whatever’s in store for the sequel will require even more intense training before Cruise can run around on it.
Warner Bros. has had a real time of getting or keeping anyone attached to the lead–George Clooney, Johnny Depp, Matt Damon, Bradley Cooper, and Channing Tatum were all at various points considered to play American agent Napoleon Solo–but since they at least still have Armie Hammer signed to co-star, they’re reportedly going to continue forward just as soon as they find a new notable white guy to stick in a suit. You can’t just give up on a brand as white-hot as The Man from U.N.C.L.E..
The “Vanilla Sky” stud and his lovely partner-in-crime hammed it up for the paparazzi along with director Joseph Kosinski outside the Roppongi Hills Theater in Tokyo.
And there’s been plenty of buzz surrounding the announcement earlier this week that Cruise has confirmed he’ll star in “Mission: Impossible 5.”
Tom will reprise his role as Ethan Hunt, and other than that there aren’t many preliminary details regarding the fifth installment of the uber-lucrative franchise.
Tom Cruise’s 50% more compact version of Jack Reacher may have put on his little jacket for the last time.
THR reports that, barring an extremely strong performance in Asia, Jack Reacher is not getting the sequel original planned to launch a franchise out of Cruise’s flinty scamp. While the film has grossed over $ 150 million worldwide on its $ 60 million budget–and has yet to debut in China, Japan, and Korea–Paramount is said to want the film to cross the $ 250 million mark before they’ll even consider another one. And even if the picture does hit that somewhat-unlikely benchmark, then there’s the issue of negotiating a new deal with Cruise, which may be difficult given that the studio reportedly wants to keep the sequel’s budget about the same, while Cruise would probably ask for a raise and a second leather jacket, for layering. But, hey, crazier things have happened. Like remember that time Tom Cruise somehow intimidated an auto store employee?
Announcing that a trailer is coming Sunday, Universal has on IGN debuted the first poster for Oblivion, TRON Legacy director Joseph Kosinski’s sci-fi film about Tom Cruise being a marginally more-humanlike WALL-E, collecting and repairing around a post-apocalyptic Earth and eventually meeting a lady. But as you can see below, despite Cruise’s presence, in this first look at the film, it seems the spectacle is the real star. Or, to be more specific, the unused apocalyptic backdrops purchased at discount from Roland Emmerich are the real star, as they actually have a better domestic box office record and test as more relatable than Cruise.
Rich or poor, skinny or fat, secularist or Scientologist, Hurricane Sandy continues to affect everyone in New York City!
Katie Holmes, like many other Chelsea residents, were sadly displaced in the wake of the deadly catastrophe.
She and daughter Suri Cruise weathered the storm, literally, for as long as possible, but the …
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