"Jack Reacher 2," "Top Gun 2," "Mission: Impossible 6" -- the list keeps on growing for what action star Tom Cruise might do for his upcoming big screen projects. Adding to the list this week is a role from his more recent film, "Edge of Tomorrow" as Major William Cage.
The 53-year-old actor was recently cited attending the New York premiere for his "Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation." In an interview with MTV.com, Cruise revealed that he has already considered doing a sequel to the 2014 hit military science-fiction film.
"I pitched it to [Rogue Nation director and Edge of Tomorrow screenwriter Christopher] McQuarrie and [Edge of Tomorrow director] Doug [Liman]. We were there one night and I was like, I've got an idea for it," the "Oblivion" star said. more >>
While Paul Feig has an all-female ensemble "Ghostbuster" reboot film, there is also speculation about a "mixed gender" take on the popular supernatural comedy film.
The news broke out during the New York premiere event for Tom Cruise's latest film, "Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation" where screenwriter Drew Pearce spoke about a "gigantic bold idea" about the franchise.
"Obviously it's top-secret," Pearce told MTV News. "But there's a gigantic bold idea that I came up with, and the Russo brothers ... and Ivan Reitman, who did the original ("Ghostbusters") movie, are going to take that and run with it." more >>
A-list Hollywood celebrities including Anne Hathaway, Kate Winslet, and Meryl Streep have joined 400 prominent figures, including a number of faith leaders, who've signed a letter rejecting a proposal by Amnesty International to advocate for the legalization of prostitution.
Fox News reported on Thursday that while Amnesty is arguing that legalizing the practice can help sex workers receive better protection from violence and the risk of HIV/AIDS in their line of work, the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, which the celebrities have backed, has warned that such a move will also make life worse for the victims caught in sex trafficking.
The letter, which starts off by praising Amnesty's history of fighting for human rights and shedding light on human trafficking issues, says that should Amnesty vote next month to support "the decriminalization of pimping, brothel owning and sex buying, it will in effect support a system of gender apartheid, in which one category of women may gain protection from sexual violence and sexual harassment, and offered economic and educational opportunities; while another category of women, whose lives are shaped by absence of choice, are instead set apart for consumption by men and for the profit of their pimps, traffickers and brothel owners." more >>
Sam Sorbo, a model, actress, radio host and the wife of "God's Not Dead's" Kevin Sorbo stars in the new film "Hope Bridge," which deals with the topic of suicide and how it affects the family members of a person who takes their own life.
The film tells the story of Jackson, a young boy whose father killed himself. After a violent outburst at his school, Jackson meets a counselor named Eric, played by Kevin Sorbo, who tries to help him understand why his father made the decision to take his own life.
The boy eventually discovers that suicide is part of a cycle in his family, and Sam Sorbo highlighted this connection as one of the film's main themes, while speaking with The Christian Post last week. more >>
Tom Cruise has just confirmed he will star in the next installment of the "Mission Impossible" franchise which starts shooting next year.
"Mission Impossible 5: Rogue Nation" is set to hit theaters Friday, and already Tom Cruise has announced he is gearing up for "Mission Impossible 6," which is slated to begin production in 2016.
Cruise, who plays lead Ethan Hunt in the franchise, guested on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" Wednesday night where he confirmed initial work had began on the next installment, with filming scheduled to start next summer. more >>
Director Michael Bay and Paramount Pictures have released the first trailer of the movie "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi," about the 2012 attack in Libya.
The action thriller film by director Michael Bay, "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, has unveiled its first trailer showing the Islamist terrorist attack on the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya on Sept. 11, 2012.
The film takes place during the 11th anniversary of the original Sept. 11 attacks and tells the story of how the CIA Annex in Benghazi was defended by a six-man security team against an assault by Islamist militants, which killed four American citizens, including U.S. Ambassador, J. Christopher Stevens. more >>