Earlier this week, Tom Cruise injured himself doing a stunt for the upcoming Mission: Impossible 6. Production will be shut down for around two months as a result.
In the latest entry in Rogue One reshootgate, anonymous sources from the production and Lucasfilm have spoken up. Along with an attempt to calm the waters, there was also the revelation that Jason Bourne series veteran Tony Gilroy has been brought on board.
Everyone involved in the first Edge of Tomorrow has been talking about a sequel for a while; they’de love to do it, it depends on timing, we have an idea, all that kind of stuff. Well now, for the first time, a significant step toward actually making the thing has been taken.
The original Edge of Tomorrow is wonderful. A funny, exciting and inventive story from beginning to end. Its biggest problem is that no one really saw it. Financially, it was a disappointment, but the film’s writer thinks he has some ideas on how to change that.
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation starts off on another level. Literally. In the first scene of the film, Tom Cruise runs from the ground and flies through the sky on the side of an airplane. It’s the film’s way of screaming at the audience, “You are in for a fucking crazy ride.” And then, it delivers.
Edge of Tomorrow is one of those movies we haven’t stopped thinking about since we saw it. It seems the same is true for Tom Cruise. In a new interview, the film’s star admitted he has an idea for a sequel, which he recently pitched to the film’s writer and director.
Christopher McQuarrie has shut down Mission Impossible 5 because the ending was, get this, impossible. Or something; we're paraphrasing. But don't worry, Mission Impossible 5 writers, we have some "thoughts."
Apparently, the early version of the Edge of Tomorrow script had an even more time-bending third act prepared than we actually got. And it was also a much darker time jump than before.
Guillermo Del Toro's movie of classic British series The Champions may be kicking into high gear. United Artists has hired Valkyrie/Usual Suspects writer Christopher McQuarrie to co-write the script, about a group of Brits who discover a lost civilization and get amazing superpowers. (Del Toro may or may not direct.)…