Former army cop Jack Reacher returns to his old barracks to meet the new commanding officer. But when he gets there, the CO has been framed and he’s being accused of murder. Tom Cruise and Cobie Smulders star in this adaptation of Lee Child’s 2013 novel.
Tom Cruise may not be as crazy as Jackie Chan, but he’s awfully close. He didn’t have a double for his airplane stunt in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, which took them eight takes to get right. It should be named MI: Balls of Steel.
Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg, and Jeremy Renner team up against Alec Baldwin as his bureaucrats attempt to shut down the IMF. But Ethan and his crew won’t go down quietly as they take on one last mission to shut down an evil syndicate.
We like Tom Cruise best in action and sci-fi flicks. The latest in his Mission Impossible series looks as thrilling as ever, despite the guy being 19 years older than in his first MI movie. Plus, Simon Pegg is back. Yay! Hits theaters 7/31/15.
It’s a plot device we’ve seen before: Groundhog Day, Run Lola Run, Source Code. This time, Tom Cruise is stuck in a loop in which he must try over and over again to save mankind. Directed by Doug Liman (Swingers, The Bourne Identity, Go).
The latest trailer for Joe Kosinski’s post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller pits Jack Harper (Tom Cruise) against killer drones as he searches for the secrets of our abandoned planet amongst his scattered memories.
The latest trailer for director Christopher McQuarrie’s upcoming Tom Cruise flick has a solid mix of action, suspense and wit. That “get out of the car” sequence is pretty classic.
Watch Tom Cruise stride in his various films, from a scene from the stupid War of the Worlds to that awesome one shot take in Mission Impossible 3. He should’ve played the Running Man.
The official trailer for Brad Bird’s MI:4 is out: the disavowed IMF is implicated in the bombing of the Kremlin, and Ethan Hunt and his new team must go rogue to clear their organization’s name.
If you haven’t seen the oddly ageless Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) very upset in a while, check him and his crew of rogue operatives out in this teaser for the latest MI installment, coming December 2011.
MTV’s upcoming 2010 Movie Awards marks the return of one of Tom Cruise’s Les Grossman. If you never saw Tropic Thunder, he’s the best part of the film. Here’s Les giving young Cruise some advice.