Brian De Palma chose not to make another entry in the Tom Cruise action franchise back in the 1990s.
It was Scottish actor Dougray Scott – not Hugh Jackman – who was all set to play Wolverine in the X-Men movies, beginning with Bryan Singer's first foray back in 2000.
Paramount Pictures has suspended filming of the new Mission: Impossible movie in Venice, following the outbreak of coronavirus.
The boss the Universal studio has admitted that the plans for its rebooted monster movies – the so-called 'Dark Universe' – was a failure.
Mission: Impossible's Christopher McQuarrie provides a tantalising update on the upcoming seventh and eighth installments.
Nicholas Hoult has found his next mission. The actor will join Tom Cruise in the upcoming "Mission: Impossible" sequel, director Christopher McQuarrie confirmed on Instagram. "Say, @nicholashoult, care to raise a little hell?" he wrote, to which Hoult responded, "Love to. Though why stop at a little?" His exact role is unknown, but Hoult is […]
Tom Cruise has reprised the role of Pete "Maverick" Mitchell in the trailer for Top Gun: Maverick.
'The Kid Who Would Be King' star discusses the spy films and her villainous new role as Morgana.
The first trailer for the sixth Mission: Impossible film dropped during the Super Bowl and it made a big impression online.
Tom Cruise may be up for the role of the Green Lantern. According to The Wrap, the 54-year-old megastar is at the top of DC’s shortlist for the role of Hal Jordan in their upcoming ‘Green Lantern Corps’ movie. “Tom Cruise, Joel McHale, Bradley Cooper, Ryan Reynolds, Armie Hammer, and Jake Gyllenhaal are on the shortlist of actors DC Entertainment is considering pursuing for the role of Hal Jordan in ‘Green Lantern Corps’,” they revealed.
Once the biggest star in the world, as close to a box office sure thing as there was and critically adored, Will Smith’s movies have earned a staggering £5.9billion during his career. 1993’s little-seen stage adaptation ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ is one of Smith’s finest performances, a daring role as a loquacious gay hustler. The late 1990s was mostly a haze of success for Smith, save for the box office disappointment of ‘Wild Wild West’ (for which he had turned down ‘The Matrix’), but awards bait ‘The Legend of Bagger Vance’ signalled his intent to be more ‘serious’ and a transformative performance in 2001’s ‘Ali’ secured him his first Best Actor Oscar nomination.