On Tuesday, Vulture published a story breaking down where in the world Tom Cruise is the most popular. As it turns out, Iceland really loves Tom Cruise. Lost a little bit in the celebration for Cruise’s popularity in Iceland is that, of the countries listed, Cruise comes in dead last in Greece. For some reason, Tom Cruise is not popular in Greece.
On Monday, Warner Bros. sent out an email asking a few members of the media to use social media and help get the word out about ‘Edge of Tomorrow.’ This was remarkable for a couple of reasons. First, this wasn’t a typical press release kind of thing; it read as an impassioned plea. Second, I’ve never really seen anything like this before.
Video game movies suck. It's a scientific fact.
No matter how popular it may have been among gamers, a great video game seems instantly doomed whenever it attempts to jump to the big screen. Whatever made it tick is inevitably lost in translation
It's time for a new game on 'The Tonight Show,' as host Jimmy Fallon appears to be digging back into childhood hijinks for his latest amusing flexing (sort of?) of game-playing muscles. This time it's 'Face Breakers,' which is just about exactly how it sounds -- two players face off against a wall of glass, half of which includes their likeness, half of which look like their opponent, and just try to break the hell out of them with footballs. Good game, right?
Listen, Tom Cruise, we don't doubt your power or your intellect or your marketing acumen. You are one of the world's biggest stars, and you have been for a very long time. But to claim, on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' no less, that you invented the worldwide movie premiere tour that so many big blockbusters still embark on is, well, it's questionable. We have no way of proving you wrong, though perhaps some aged publicist will come out against you, claiming that they invented it, but probably not, because you're Tom Cruise.
We're only a little over a week away from the release of 'Edge of Tomorrow,' and unlike most of this summer's releases, Warner Bros. has been a little more conservative with the amount of clips and footage they've put out so far -- which makes any new footage we get a chance to see that much sweeter. And these latest clips look pretty, pretty, pretty cool.
Tom Cruise (‘Taps’) will be back in theaters, with his image projected onto a giant screen, on June 6 with a new movie titled ‘Edge of Tomorrow.’ In ‘Edge of Tomorrow,’ Cruise plays a soldier who finds himself in a time loop, who keeps reliving the same day. While watching, will you feel like you’re reliving the same day? Is ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ the best movie of the summer so far? How would that be possible when summer doesn’t even start for another month? Are we in a time loop? As a service to you, we answer every question that you could possibly have about ‘Edge of Tomorrow.’
The latest 'Edge of Tomorrow' trailer has arrived, and it gives us an extended look at the latest sci-fi action epic starring Tom Cruise doing what Tom Cruise does best: playing a soldier who fights enigmatic aliens -- but this time he's got one seriously badass mech suit, and Emily Blunt is here to help him out.
Released in 1990, director Tony Scott's 'Days of Thunder' starred Tom Cruise as a young, up-and-coming stock car driver who gets his big break and a chance to compete at the top level. The first of three films to pair Cruise with Nicole Kidman, 'Days of Thunder' received mixed reviews from critics but was a smashing success at the box office thanks to the charisma of its leading man. As film critic Roger Ebert noted, the film had many elements of previous Cruise movies, which had developed a sort of formula for success. Twenty-four years later, we revisit the cast of this classic and see what they're up to now.