Every single film production hits snags and runs into problems. Some are just a little more public than others. Now, the troubles facing the upcoming Mission: Impossible 5 have become public and they certainly sound bad on paper: Production has been temporarily shut down while director Christopher McQuarrie rushes to fix what is apparently an “unsatisfactory” ending. That’s an ominous sign for a movie that recently had its release date pushed up from December to July.
We've been awaiting more news on 'Mission: Impossible 5,' and whether or not the rumors that star Tom Cruise would be reuniting with his 'Jack Reacher' director Christopher McQuarrie for the upcoming sequel were true -- as it turns out, McQuarrie is directing 'Mission: Impossible 5,' unless our eyes deceive us.
In other Christopher McQuarrie news, the director is set to tackle a remake of the 1968 film 'Ice Station Zebra,' which may or may not impact his possible involvement in 'Mission: Impossible 5.'
Though Tom Cruise may have gone through a rough patch in his career, that's now completely over as he's being brought back to star in 'Mission: Impossible 5' for Paramount. This has been rumored for a while, but it was confirmed today.
We're starting to get excited about the release of 'Jack Reacher.' Sure, this December has some hotly anticipated films like 'Django Unchained' and 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,' but after last year's 'Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol' we're happy to spend two hours watching Tom Cruise in action.
We've got the first full 'Jack Reacher' trailer and it looks killer. In this film, Tom Cruise plays, uh... Jack Reacher and he's a man on the hunt to clear the name of a wrongfully accused soldier in this new action thriller from 'The Usual Suspects' director Christopher McQuarrie.
Here's a fun new joke: How many writers does it take to finish a 'World War Z' script when the film has already completed shooting and the release has been pushed back to next summer? If you answered "all of them," you're probably right.