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Tom Cruise Taking on Van Helsing

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — In a two-year deal with Universal, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci plan to reboot “Van Helsing” and “The Mummy.” Notably, the successful screenwriting and producing duo penned screenplays for “Mission Impossible III,” J.J. Abrams’ “Star[...]

Rock of Ages Soundtrack Details Released

WaterTower Music has announced the release of the soundtrack album for the upcoming movie musical “Rock of Ages” on June 5. The “Rock of Ages: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” boasts 20 rousing anthems that defined a generation — reinvigorated for the film by a stellar c[...]

The First Image from ‘Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — Check out the new promo photo below that Paramount Pictures has revealed for “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol.” It’s simple, with just Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) wearing a sweatshirt hoodie, and looking troubled. The background also seems to be on f[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol’

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — Paramount Pictures has released the official trailer for “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol.” It’s basically the same as the French version but, of course, it’s in English. I have to say, the more I watch this action-packed trailer the m[...]

‘Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol’ Trailer Leaks

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — Your mission, should you choose to except it, is to watch the first “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” trailer. Granted, it’s dubbed in French, but if you can’t wait to watch the English version, which is set to debut[...]

Cameras Roll on ‘Rock of Ages’

New Line Cinema’s film adaptation of the smash hit Broadway musical “Rock of Ages” has begun principal photography under the direction of Adam Shankman (“Hairspray”). The movie musical stars Julianne Hough (“Burlesque”), with actor/singer Diego Boneta in his[...]

Is the World Ready for a Les Grossman Spin-off?

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — Here is a piece of good news for Tom Cruise fans, as well as fans of his “infamous” character from “Tropic Thunder,” Les Grossman the Hollywood super-agent. In an MTV interview with Bill Hader of “Saturday Night Live,” Michael[...]

Guillermo Del Toro eyes Pacific Rim

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — So much for that. Yesterday, I reported Tom Cruise landed the starring role in Guillermo Del Toro’s “At The Mountains of Madness.” However, as of today, the project is dead. Due to the projected high price tag, Universal Pictures will only[...]

Cruise set for At the Mountains of Madness

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — It isn’t a secret that “At The Mountains Of Madness” has been a passion project for Guillermo Del Toro for some time. At last summer’s Comic Con, he hinted about starting production on the film adaptation of H. P. Lovecraft’s horror novella during[...]

How It Should Have Ended: ‘Top Gun’

The comedic geniuses at HISHE (How It Should Have Ended) have set their sights on Tom Cruise’s “Top Gun” and come up with a hilarious take on how the movie … well … should have ended.[...]

Under Review: ‘Knight and Day’

— by ADAM POYNTER — Summer must be here, because it’s all spies, car chases and adventure. Roaring back to the screen in the new action comedy “Knight and Day” is director James Mangold — who has co-written and directed films such as “3:10 to Yuma,” “Walk the Line,” [...]

Four Clips from ‘Knight and Day’

— by KATHLEEN COLLINS — It’s hard not to feel completely underwhelmed by the movies that have arrived in theaters this summer. The past few summers offered quite a few hits that should stand the test of time, but this summer has been awash in mediocrity. One movie that has people h[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Salt’

— by ROB COX — It’s not difficult to believe that Tom Cruise was once slated to star in the upcoming spy thriller “Salt.” The latest trailer for this story about an American spy wrongfully identified as a Russian double agent looks like run-of-the-mill stuff. The clip[...]

The Top 5 Worst Oscar Winners of the Past 25 Years

— by JASON EAKEN — Why the past 25 years? Two reasons. First, before about 1985, any major controversial or undeserved Oscar moments worth knowing are widely known. Does anyone NOT know that at the 1942 ceremony “Citizen Kane” was unbelievably overlooked by the Oscars, except[...]