London's most recognisable department store is due to host a gripping pandemic-set thriller.
Bourne Identity director Doug Liman is to direct the new Tom Cruise action movie, part of which is to be shot in space.
The British actor will portray the 'Queen of Soul' in a TV series, with the full approval of the late singer's family.
Anyone still holding out a last kernel of hope that Channing Tatum will be bursting into the Marvel Cinematic Universe may be in for some sobering news.
Tom Holland is currently wading through woodland swamps in Canada doing re-shoots for his next movie, Chaos Walking, helmed by Bourne Identity director Doug Liman.
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Is this the most cursed movie in superhero movie history? Why has there been 15 years of development hell for the X-Men spin-off Gambit?
Tom Cruise and director Doug Liman have been named in court documents making the case for the wrongful deaths of two pilots who worked on their new movie 'American Made'.
Liman and his "American Made" star, Tom Cruise, are looking to revisit their first collaboration, 2014's time-traveling alien-invasion movie, "Edge of Tomorrow."
Cruise and director Doug Liman discuss U.S. pilot Barry Seal recruited by CIA to tabs on Medellin kingpin Pablo Escobar.
Doug Liman is on board to direct the YA post-apocalyptic thriller about world of telepaths without women, based on best-selling YA novel by Patrick Ness
For his new role as real-life drug-smuggling pilot Barry Seal in American made, Tom Cruise went above and beyond the call of duty.
Justice League Dark, comics are going to have to wait a bit longer for the film adaptation, as it just lost its director. Sources tell Variety that director Doug Liman has left the project. Insiders say the reason is schedule-related, as Liman is also attached to direct Lionsgate’s Chaos Walking, which recently received a greenlight.
‘Edge of Tomorrow’ director Doug Liman has spoken about what the next film will entail and how it’ll continue from the time travelling first. Speaking to Collider, Liman, who directed Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt in the first movie and is helming the follow-up, teased at what the second one would be about. Surely any prequel to a film is, by definition, a sequel.
Director Doug Liman has spoken briefly about his upcoming project ‘Dark Universe’ (otherwise known as ‘Justice League Dark’), and while he doesn’t reveal much, he seems sure it won’t be your average comic book yarn. As the title might suggest, ‘Dark Universe’ centres on an alliance of the more macabre heroes of the DC comics pantheon, including John Constantine, Swamp Thing, Zatanna and Deadman.
Looks like Doug Liman is trading one long in-development superhero movie for another. Variety broke the news that the director – whose credits include ‘Edge of Tomorrow,’ ‘Mr and Mrs Smith’ and ‘The Bourne Identity’ – will now take the helm on the film which was initially set to be directed by Guillermo del Toro, who worked on the first draft of the screenplay. As the title suggests, ‘Dark Universe’ will centre on a selection of the more macabre heroes from the DC pantheon, including John Constantine, Swamp Thing, Zatanna and Deadman.
‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ leading lady Daisy Ridley has landed her first major role outside of the iconic sci-fi franchise. Lionsgate bought the rights to the series in 2011. ‘Chaos Walking’ is set to be directed by Doug Liman – which immediately begs questions as to just when the film will start production, as the director is also attached to 20th Century Fox’s long-delayed ‘X-Men’ spin-off ‘Gambit,’ set to star Channing Tatum.
The solo movie for the 'X-Men’ character has been on the cards since May 2014, when producer Lauren Schuler Donner confirmed that Channing Tatum - who would long expressed interest in the card-slinging Cajun - would star and co-produce. 'Gambit’ had originally been set to open this autumn, which would have made it a huge year for 20th Century Fox’s X-Men universe given they had 'Deadpool’ in February, and 'X-Men: Apocalypse’ in May. After a number of replacement directors were considered - including Shane Black, F Gary Gray and Joe Cornish - eventually the job went to Doug Liman ('The Bourne Identity,’ 'Edge of Tomorrow’), and initially the film was still aiming for a 2016 release, until Fox officially lifted it from their schedule in February.
Looks like the long-rumoured sequel to Tom Cruise’s sci-fi action movie ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ is getting off the ground, as a new screenwriting duo has been hired for the film. Deadline report that Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse - up and coming writers behind ‘Race,’ and the upcoming ‘The Gray Man’ and ‘Circle of Treason’ - have been hired to script the follow-up for Cruise and returning director Doug Liman. It is also reported that Christopher McQuarrie, writer of the first ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ and a frequent collaborator with Cruise (having directed ‘Jack Reacher’ and ‘Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation’) will produce, and have some input on the script.