I have added a few new candids of Tom and Katie Jogging at Melbourne’s National Botanical Gardens!
Not sure how true this is, but….
According to The Sydney Morning Herald, Tom Cruise flew all the way to New Zealand to meet with Peter Jackson. The reason for his trip is unknown, but it’s safe to assume that it’s business related. And we can only guess at what that business could be.
We know that Jackson is a producer on the upcoming “The Hobbit” prequels and that both he and director Guillermo Del Toro have already chosen their Bilbo Baggins. There is no contract in place because they wanted to wait until the script was ready and to give their star a chance to look at it. Ian McKellen recently revealed that the chosen actor will be getting the script this week. And it just so happens that Cruise is flying to New Zealand during this time. Coincidence?
The other reason why Cruise may be meeting with Jackson is to star in his “Tintin” sequel. Steven Spielberg is developing the first film and it will soon be time for Jackson to begin work on the second installment.
And finally, the biggest assumption of all. Could Cruise be the missing piece needed to push forward with a “Halo” movie?
We know that Jackson was previously involved in turning the popular game into a feature film and that Spielberg recently announced that he’s interested in the franchise as well. The only problem is that Microsoft doesn’t want to fund the movie and don’t want to give up too many percentage points to a studio. So could a team of Jackson, Spielberg, and Cruise change Microsoft’s mind?
Source: Sydney Morning Herald, TheOneRing
Hollywood superstar has spent 24 hours in the country.
Tom Cruise flew into New Zealand yesterday and flew out today.
Newstalk ZB reported the actor was met at Wellington Airport by filmmaker Peter Jackson.
Wingnut Films spokesman Matt Dravitski said Cruise knew Jackson and wanted to visit his studios.
Mr Dravitski said Cruise was not discussing any future projects with Jackson.
Wellingtonians reported seeing the Hollywood superstar arriving in Wellington and some say they saw him by the Weta Workshop studios in Miramar.
Jackson is producing The Dam Busters and The Hobbit.
He has just completed The Lovely Bones and was a producer for the critically acclaimed District 9.
Last week’s widely picked-up statement attributed to Brad Pitt, unfavorably comparing his WII movie Inglourious Basterds to Tom Cruise’s star vehicle Valkyrie, was not only “inaccurate,” Pitt’s manager tells PEOPLE, but “Brad has never even seen Valkyrie.”
The uncharacteristically harsh remark was originally published in a wide-circulation weekly German magazine, and, as could be expected, was reprinted internationally. Problem was, it was never uttered.
As for the two movies, both of which feature attempts on the life of German dictator Adolf Hitler, Cruise’s Valkyrie, after a troubled production history, was released late last year, to indifferent reviews and box office.
Director Quentin Tarantino, after premiering Inglorious Basterds to wildly mixed reviews at this May’s Cannes Film Festival, went back into the cutting room with it and opened the movie to the American public on Friday. While reviews still ran the gamut from four stars to fewer, most critics still singled out Pitt’s no-nonsense anti-Nazi Tennessean.
More telling, ticket sales totaled $36.7 million, an all-time high for a Tarantino movie.
Tom was at the 24th Annual IMAGEN Awards. Pictures are in the gallery!
There are some new candids of Tom, Katie and Suri at Melbourne’s Royal Botanical Gardens. See the HERE.
Tom Cruise and J.J. Abrams have commissioned screenwriters to begin work on Mission: Impossible IV, though, for now, they have only committed to the project as producers.Cruise, of course, is the face of the franchise, and Abrams used the third Mission: Impossible flick to jump from television to film (as Star Trek demonstrated earlier this summer, it paid off). The writers, Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec, were hired from earlier Abrams ventures, and the expectation is that Cruise will have a starring role in the movie one way or the other.Abrams’ intentions are anyone’s guess, but it seems unlikely he would return, given his other commitments and the stratospheric expectations for his future film career. (The original film was helmed by Brian De Palma, and John Woo directed the first sequel.) According to Variety, the hope is to get M:I IV in theaters by 2011.
Josh Hutcherson, Isabel Lucas, Connor Cruise and Edwin Hodge are the newest Wolverines to join MGM/UA’s “Red Dawn” remake.
They join Chris Hemsworth, Josh Peck and Adrianne Palicki in the revamp of the 1984 action movie about a group of teenagers who form an insurgency when their town is invaded — this time by Chinese and Russian soldiers.
KATE Ceberano has caught up with Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes a number of times while the couple have been in Melbourne, including performing at a 47th birthday dinner for Cruise in the city last month.
Cruise and Ceberano have known each other for years through their belief in Scientology.
Ceberano wanted to set the record straight during the week about her friendship with the star couple.
“It may have been printed that Tom is not my best friend. Please let me amend that by saying he is a great friend and one who’s friendship I value over anyone else I know,” she said.
“Quite simply, I worship the ground he walks on.
“He exemplifies what I consider to be the greatest attributes of a Scientologist – he is honest, hardworking, can be trusted and exchanges back into his community, (it’s) not just take take, which is what a lot of people in his business seem to be primarily motivated by.
“He is my idol and I’m very proud of he and Katie.
“I look forward to any opportunity to catch up with them.”
Ceberano is about to embark on a national tour, which is sold out. More dates will be announced soon.
TOM Cruise has arrived back in Melbourne for an emotional reunion with wife Katie Holmes and daughter Suri.
Cruise, who has been away from his young family for over a month, landed at Essendon airport in a private jet at 2pm and headed straight for the Docklands studios where Holmes is filming Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark.
It was clear Cruise, who flew out of Australia on July 7, had deeply missed his wife and young daughter, spending time with them in their trailer before heading out to enjoy the sunshine.
The famous husband and wife kept the reunion celebrations low-key, taking Suri for a trip to Flagstaff Gardens in the afternoon.
Cruise played with Suri in the sunshine while Holmes watched.
The family turned heads as they played in the gardens and seemed unfussed about mingling with onlookers.
The trio have already visited many major attractions in Australia.
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