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We're about to get a lot of answers about Gophers, Wild, Wolves and Vikings

During an unforgettable scene in "A Few Good Men" — which came out … checks notes … this can't be right … 27 years ago in 1992 — Tom Cruise's character and Jack Nicholson's character have this back-and-forth at the film's climax: "You want answers? … I think I'm entitled to them. … You want answers?! … I want the TRUTH! … YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!" If they remade this movie now, and called it "A Few Good Teams," and changed the plot to be about five Minnesota squads, 1) That would be an awful ...
Tags: Minnesota, Maryland, Jack Nicholson, Ncaa, Michigan, Tom Cruise, Vikings, Bruce Boudreau, Gophers, Mike Zimmer, Richard Pitino, Wolverines, Fenton, Pitino, Saunders, Rick Spielman


The Case for a Stunts and Choreography Oscar

(Welcome to The Soapbox, the space where we get loud, feisty, political, and opinionated about anything and everything. In this edition: it’s time for the Academy to create a Stunts and Choreography award.) It’s Oscar season, which means all the annual traditions and reheated previously-hot takes are in full effect. The Academy as an institution has many faults, and it’s worth criticising them even as it attempts to improve (with mixed success). One of the most popular criticisms, amongst po...
Tags: Movies, Awards, Features, Oscar, Academy Awards, Tom Cruise, Academy, Busby Berkeley, Featured Stories Sidebar, The Soapbox


Daily Podcast: Rian Johnson Still Directing ‘Star Wars’ Even Though We Don’t Deserve Him, What Is Netflix Doing With Our Bandersnatch Data? Oscars, Mission Impossible, Kevin Smith

On the February 14, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman , and writer Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and tv news, including Oscar controversy, Mission Impossible, Kevin Smith, Black Mirror and Rian Johnson’s Star Wars trilogy. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Podcasts , Overcast , Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). ...
Tags: Movies, California, David, Netflix, Tom Cruise, Jay, Rian Johnson, Chris, Peter, Kevin Smith, Peter Sciretta, Lightning McQueen, Bob Reboot, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman


Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol Originally Passed the Torch

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol originally passed the torch Seven years have past since the premiere of Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol and now some new information has been revealed regarding the original ending for the franchise’s fourth installment. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { ...
Tags: Movies, Cruise, Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson, Jeremy Renner, Chris, Tom, Collider, Christopher McQuarrie, IMF Mission, ComingSoon, Movie News, Robert Elswit, Ethan Hunt, McQuarrie, Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol


Tom Cruise Really Was Supposed to Step Aside After ‘Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol’

We all assumed it was supposed to happen, and now we know for sure. Tom Cruise really was supposed to step aside as the Mission: Impossible lead after Ghost Protocol to make way for Jeremy Renner. That all changed, however, when Christopher McQuarrie was brought in to handle rewrites. Now, of course, it’s almost impossible to think of Mission: Impossible without Cruise. But such a reality came very close to happening. It seems to have slipped from the public consciousness now, but at one poi...
Tags: Movies, Cruise, Mtv, Sequels, Rumors, Oprah Winfrey, Tom-Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Jeremy-Renner, Imf, Chris, Sumner Redstone, Tom, Chris McQuarrie, Rogue Nation


‘The Invisible Man’ Remake Will Be Low Budget and “Edgy,” Lexi Alexander Pitched a ‘Mummy’ Reboot

Just last month, we learned Jason Blum and his über-successful Bluhouse Productions banner were tackling a remake of The Invisible Man, the first in what could be many revamps of Universal’s classic movie monsters. The Dark Universe that began with Tom Cruise’s The Mummy in 2017 is dead, which means they’re taking a whole new approach to some of horror’s most revered monsters. Producer Jason Blum has opened up about how The Invisible Man deal came about and teased a hopeful future for the rest ...
Tags: Twitter, Movies, Horror, Egypt, Thriller, Johnny Depp, Universal, Tom Cruise, Indiana Jones, Jason Blum, Remakes, Universal Pictures, Alexander, Don, Leigh, Blumhouse


Jason Blum Reveals How the New Invisible Man Came Together

Jason Blum reveals how the new Invisible Man came together With Univeral Pictures‘ failed Dark Universe experiment behind them, the studio is moving in a new direction when it comes to breathing new cinematic life into its classic roster of monsters. Enter Jason Blum, who spoke with Collider about his take on The Invisible Man, and how writer/director Leigh Whannell (Upgrade, Insidious) helped push it forward. “I don’t believe in saying ‘We’re going to do movies about this’ and then trying t...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Leigh Whannell, Tom Cruise, Jason Blum, Griffin, Universal Pictures, Abbott, Leigh, Collider, Blumhouse, Blum, Claude Rains, Movie News, The Invisible Man, Horror News


Devil in the White City Series Adaptation Heads To Hulu

Devil in the White City series adaptation heads to Hulu It’s been a developmental rollercoaster for the adaptation of the acclaimed historical non-fiction novel The Devil in the White City, but progress might finally be making headway as Martin Scorcese (The Irishman) and Leonardo DiCaprio (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) are teaming with Hulu for a series adaptation. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAut...
Tags: TV, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Netflix, Leonardo Dicaprio, TV News, Scorsese, Tom Cruise, Hulu, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Burt Reynolds, Martin Scorcese, Holmes, White City, DiCaprio


Proposing in Paris: 5 romantic spots to pop the question

Whether you’re a gay couple from New York celebrating your right to wed or you’re simply inspired by the romantic aura of the City of Light, proposing in Paris never goes out of style. From the top of the Eiffel Tower to the spectacular Pont des Arts  (where couples used to show their love with padlocks), people have long been popping the question in Paris. But for those looking for a more inspired scenario that won’t evoke images of Tom Cruise proposing to Katie Holmes (at the Tower), here are ...
Tags: Travel, New York, Romance, France, Advice, Love, Bridges, Paris, Katie Holmes, Eiffel Tower, Tom Cruise, Romantic, Montmartre, Louvre, Seine, Dailycheapo


Rebecca Ferguson To Return For Mission: Impossible 7

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Rebecca Ferguson to return for Mission: Impossible 7 The Mission: Impossible franchise has continued to find fresh steam to keep the action blockbusters rolling along and in addition to hiring writer/director Christopher McQuarrie to helm two more films, star Rebecca Ferguson (The Kid Who Would Be King) has announced that she will also be returning for at least the seventh installment. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone ||...
Tags: Movies, Ferguson, Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Rebecca Ferguson, Paramount, Simon Pegg, Rogue Nation, Christopher McQuarrie, Movie News, Ilsa Faust, Mission: Impossible


‘Mission: Impossible 7’ Will See the Return of Rebecca Ferguson’s Ilsa Faust

When it comes to Mission: Impossible, director Christopher McQuarrie and star Tom Cruise are on a roll. The pair have teamed up to deliver two thoroughly entertaining installments of the action spy franchise. In fact, Mission: Impossible – Fallout is arguably the best of them all. Now, the duo are teaming up for two more sequels that will be shot back-to-back and released in consecutive summers in 2021 and 2022. And we already have word on another team member who will be joining them. Rebecca F...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Sequels, Ferguson, Henry Cavill, Tom-Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Rebecca Ferguson, Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Metro, Ethan, Lorraine, Ilsa, Christopher McQuarrie, Action/Adventure


Daily Podcast: What Will The Final Star Wars Saga Film Be Titled? Disney Revive The Muppets? Avatar sequels, Jumanji, Halloween, Disney/Fox

On the February 7, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson , and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and tv news, including Star Wars Episode 9, Avatar sequels, Jumanji 3, The Muppets, Halloween , and Disney/Fox consequences. In The News : Peter: Star Wars Episode 9 Title: What Should It Be? And When Can We Expect It? Chris: Avatar Sequels: James Cameron Says Those Weird Titles...
Tags: Movies, Nick Jonas, Disney, Kate Winslet, Tom Cruise, James Cameron, Chris, Ben, Ben Pearson, Josh Gad, Disney Fox, Peter Sciretta, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Sam Hume, Disney Fox Merger Will Result


Avatar Sequels: James Cameron Says Those Weird Titles Are Real; Kate Winslet Held Her Breath Longer than Tom Cruise; Live-Action Filming Starts This Year

James Cameron is hellbent on making Avatar sequels until the sun burns out in the sky, and day by day, more info on the films arrives. Last year, we learned what the possible titles of the films would be, and the titles…were a bit weird. But as it turns out, they are indeed real – for now, at least. On top of that, it’s recently been revealed that cast member Kate Winslet held her breath underwater for a very long time, and that live-action filming on the sequels picks up this spring. The ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Avatar, Sequels, Cameron, New Zealand, Kate-Winslet, Kate, Tom Cruise, James-Cameron, North Atlantic, Avatar 2, Jack Dawson, Ardmore, RDA, Winslet


Jerry Maguire’s Flaw(s)

“Greek classical drama frequently afflicted the hero with a blind spot that prevented that character from seeing the error of his or her ways.” Paul Lucey Story Sense Recently I read a screenwriter say that she began developing script ideas with a character flaw. I believe the concept for Jerry Maguire started with a conversation […]
Tags: Filmmaking, Tom Cruise, Cameron Crowe, Jerry Maguire, Screenwriting, James l. brooks, Character flaw, Paul Lucey


Favorite Films of 2018

We continue our recap of the year in movies with a top 10 list, only a month late! Which, if you're a longtime reader, is actually a few weeks earlier than usual (this list is usually posted mid/late February, right before the Oscars), so progress!? This marks the thirteenth year in a row that I've posted a top 10. A baker's dozen! For reference, previous top 10s are here: [2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006] I usually try to figure out some sort ...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Russia, US, Netflix, Paddington, Wes Anderson, Anna, Leigh Whannell, Tom Cruise, Hulu, Roma, Incredibles, Rogers, Stalin


Back-to-Back ‘Mission: Impossible’ Sequels Arrive Late in the Summer of 2021 and 2022

Last month, fans of Mission: Impossible were given some exciting news. Paramount Pictures is bringing back Rogue Nation and Fallout director Christopher McQuarrie for two back-to-back Mission Impossible sequels arriving in 2021 and 2022. Now the studio has set late summer release dates for the anticipated double down on the Impossible Mission Force. Paramount Pictures has set Mission: Impossible 7 for release on July 23, 2021, and Mission: Impossible 8 will arrive a little over a year later o...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Luther, Henry Cavill, Tom-Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Rebecca Ferguson, Alec Baldwin, Paramount, Mission-impossible, Simon Pegg, Imf, Benji, Rogue Nation, Christopher McQuarrie, Thandie Newton


Paramount Sets Mission: Impossible Sequels For 2021 & 2022

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Paramount sets Mission: Impossible sequels for 2021 & 2022 Deadline has brought word that the next two  Mission: Impossible sequels in the increasingly successful espionage action blockbuster franchise have received release dates from Paramount Pictures a year apart, with the seventh installment set for a July 23, 2021 release date and the eighth set for August 5, 2022. The 7th film will be going directly against Paramount’s own Dungeons & Dragons movie (which will likely ...
Tags: Movies, Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Chris, Tom, Christopher McQuarrie, Jim Gianopulos, ComingSoon, Movie News, David Ellison, Mission: Impossible


Top Gun: Maverick’s Joseph Kosinski To Helm Netflix’s Spiderhead

Top Gun: Maverick’s Joseph Kosinski to helm Netflix’s Spiderhead Before their first venture with the streaming service has even premiered, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick are teaming up with Netflix once again with the upcoming adaptation of the George Saunders short story Spiderhead, and Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph Kosinski has signed on to helm the project, according to Deadline. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoR...
Tags: Movies, Mexico, Michael Bay, Netflix, Deadpool, Tom Cruise, Ryan Reynolds, Val Kilmer, George Saunders, Merc, Zombieland, Reese, Wernick, Kosinski, Joseph Kosinski, Movie News


Tom Cruise ‘Mission: Impossible’ Movies Dated for Summers of 2021, 2022

Paramount Pictures has set late summer release dates for the next two installments of “Mission: Impossible.” The studio announced Friday night that the seventh film in the series will be released on July 23, 2021, and the eighth film will open on Aug. 5, 2022. Variety first reported on Jan. 14 that Christopher McQuarrie was […]
Tags: News, Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Christopher McQuarrie, Mission: Impossible


Netflix Film ‘Spiderhead’ Will Be Helmed By ‘Top Gun 2’ and ‘Tron Legacy’ Director Joseph Kosinski

Joseph Kosinski is currently directing Tom Cruise in Top Gun: Maverick, but as soon as he’s done with that, he’s flying on over to Netflix. Kosinski has been tapped to helm Spiderhead, a sci-fi film from Deadpool and Zombieland screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. Based on a George Saunders short story, Spiderhead focuses on convicts in the near-future who agree to become test subjects for scientific experiments in exchange for reduced prison sentences. Deadline broke the news about S...
Tags: Movies, Michael Bay, Sci-fi, Netflix, Adaptation, Deadpool, Tom Cruise, George Saunders, Saunders, Zombieland, Reese, Wernick, Kosinski, Joseph-Kosinski, Rhett Reese, Spiderhead


Hollywood Pays Tribute to Character Actor Dick Miller, Dead at 90

Hollywood pays tribute to character actor Dick Miller, dead at 90 ComingSoon.net (via Variety) is sad to report that legendary character actor Dick Miller has passed away after just celebrating his 90th birthday last month. Miller was best known for his work with filmmakers Joe Dante and Roger Corman, having appeared in such films as Gremlins, A Bucket of Blood and The Terminator. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefre...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Broadway, Obituary, Brian, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Robert Zemeckis, Tom Cruise, Richard, Patton Oswalt, Mark Hamill, Steven Spielberg, Dick, Roger Corman, Bruce Campbell


Les Grossman Destroys Hans Gruber In This Mash-Up

“Hey, Tuggernuts, I’ve got you on speakerphone.” A tense negotiation gets even more tenserer when Tropic Thunder’s Rick Peck (Matthew McConaughey) hits a bit of a speed bump in his talks with Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman) from Die Hard. Fear not, that’s when infamous supermogul Les Grossman (Tom Cruise) steps up to the plate for a bases loaded grandslam of a burn. Hans Gruber doesn’t go down without a little bit of polite posturing though. That’s when Les Grossman brings in the pièce-de-rési...
Tags: Humor, Funny Or Die, Tom Cruise, Hans Gruber, Les Grossman, Hans Gruber Alan Rickman, Les Grossman Destroys Hans Gruber, Rick Peck Matthew McConaughey, Les Grossman Tom Cruise


Cake’s New Kalk& Street Legal Bike Will Sell in U.S. and Europe

The Swedish Electric Invasion Begins Get ready for a shocking new bike from Swedish company Cake. Okay, it’s not really all that shocking, but it is a fully electric motorcycle. Cake announced a street legal motorcycle that it will sell in Europe and the U.S. The bike is based on the Kalk OR, which is the company’s first bike. That motorcycle is a lightweight off-road bike, and now the street-legal version comes ready for pavement. The new motorcycle gets lights (including tiny turn signals), l...
Tags: Cake, Europe, Motorcycles, Tom Cruise, Electric Motorcycles, Li, ECE, Motorcycle News, Kalk, Cake Kalk, New Kalk, Swedish Electric Invasion


‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ and ‘Black Panther’ Are Among the Top Winners at 2019 Lumiere Awards

“Black Panther,’’ “Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse” and “Ready Player One” took top honors at the Advanced Imaging Society’s Lumiere Awards on Wednesday evening. Additonally, “‘A Star Is Born,” “Roma,” “Ralph Breaks the Internet” and “Lost in Space” were recognized for Best Technical Achievement The ceremony, which presents statuettes for distinguished creative and technical achievement, was […]
Tags: News, Tom Cruise, Peter Jackson, Black Panther, Advanced Imaging Society, Lumiere Awards


‘Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse’ and ‘Black Panther’ Among Top Winners at Lumiere Awards

“Black Panther,’’ “Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse” and “Ready Player One” took top honors at the Advanced Imaging Society’s Lumiere Awards on Wednesday evening. Additonally, “‘A Star Is Born,” “Roma,” “Ralph Breaks the Internet” and “Lost in Space” were recognized for Best Technical Achievement The ceremony, which presents statuettes for distinguished creative and technical achievement, was […]
Tags: News, Tom Cruise, Peter Jackson, Black Panther, Advanced Imaging Society, Lumiere Awards


‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ and ‘Black Panther’ Are Among the Top Winners at Lumiere Awards

“Black Panther,’’ “Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse” and “Ready Player One” took top honors at the Advanced Imaging Society’s Lumiere Awards on Wednesday evening. Additonally, “‘A Star Is Born,” “Roma,” “Ralph Breaks the Internet” and “Lost in Space” were recognized for Best Technical Achievement The ceremony, which presents statuettes for distinguished creative and technical achievement, was […]
Tags: News, Tom Cruise, Peter Jackson, Black Panther, Advanced Imaging Society, Lumiere Awards


Blumhouse Takes Over the Dark Universe, With Leigh Whannell Set to Direct ‘The Invisible Man’ Remake

The Dark Universe is rising from the grave! Sort of! Almost two years after Tom Cruise’s The Mummy both launched and killed Universal’s monster cinematic universe in one fell swoop, Blumhouse is set to take over with a new version of The Invisible Man. Leigh Whannell, who helmed the kick-ass horror action flick Upgrade, will direct. At one point, Johnny Depp was attached to star – but that’s no longer the case. This is going to be a fresh start. Variety broke the news about The Invisible Man...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Claude, Johnny Depp, Universal, Leigh-Whannell, Tom Cruise, Jason Blum, Remakes, Variety, Blumhouse, The Invisible Man, Jack Griffin, James Whale, Whannell, Peter Cramer Universal