If he hadn't already used that title for another movie, Tom Cruise could have easily called 'Jack Reacher' 'The Last Samurai.' There's a bit of Toshiro Mifune's Sanjuro in this Reacher guy: the masterless warrior who strides into a corrupt town, answers to no one, rights a few wrongs, busts a few heads, and wanders away to find his next challenge. He has no possessions; he owns exactly two shirts and one jacket. All he carries with him is a roll of $100 bills, a passport, a toothbrush, and his inflexible moral code. He would have fit right in back in feudal Japan. Or the Old West, for that matter. He'd make a hell of a Man With No Name.
The 'Oblivion' trailer is here! A few days ago, the first poster for the upcoming Tom Cruise sci-fi movie was revealed and we were told that the first trailer would hit on Sunday. Well, it's Saturday right now, but it looks like its here! After a year of concept art and little teases here and there, our first look at one of 2013's most mysterious films has arrived!
This month is turning into a big one for movie trailers. Aside from 'Star Trek Into Darkness' already debuting it's announcement trailer in anticipation of its nine-minute IMAX preview and that 'Man of Steel' trailer coming up, we've also got a trailer Tom Cruise's lastest sci-fier 'Oblivion' hitting this Sunday, December 9. In preparation for that release, Universal has just debuted the first 'Oblivion' poster. Click ahead to see it in full.
By now, all of the big end of the year pictures have screened, including 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' and 'Django Unchained.' Well, all but one. We're still waiting to hear word about 'Jack Reacher,' which stars Tom Cruise, and was directed by Christopher McQuarrie. Now there's a Japanese Trailer, which offers some new footage.
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.
Last we heard about 'All You Need Is Kill' -- otherwise known as Tom Cruise's attempt to prove he's "down" with the 'Avengers' and 'Dark Knight' sci-fi actioner crowd -- Bill Paxton was said to be in talks to board the Doug Liman film, which already featured Emily Blunt. Now the latest news comes in the form of a first look photo of Tom Cruise looking like one of the soldiers from the 'Halo' games.