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#SDCC 2013: Two New One-Sheets Arrive from the Edge of Tomorrow

Doug Liman's Tom Cruise flick All You Need Is Kill got itself a brand new tite, Edge of Tomorrow, and we have two new one-sheets for you. Just in time for Comic-Con of course. Look for it in theatres on June 6, 2014.

San Diego Comic-Con 2013: All You Need Is Kill Becomes Edge of Tomorrow; New Poster

Doug Liman's Tom Cruise flick All You Need Is Kill has got itself a brand new tite, Edge of Tomorrow, and we have the first ever one-sheet for you. Just in time for Comic-Con of course. Look for it in theatres on June 6, 2014.

All You Need Is Kill Image Peeks Out

Entertainment Weekly has released a much better look at the new image from Doug Liman's Tom Cruise flick All You Need Is Kill. Look for it in theatres on June 6, 2014, instead of the previously announced March 7, 2014.

All You Need is Kill Pushed Back

Word has come that Doug Liman's Tom Cruise flick All You Need Is Kill has hit a speed bump and will open a bit later than expected. Look for it in theatres on June 6, 2014, instead of the previously announced March 7th, 2014.

Our Oblivion Verdict Is In! Read the Review!

While there are no new straight horror flicks arriving in theatres this weekend, we do have a genre-ish film starring Tom Cruise called Oblivion. So we did what we do... watched it and then brought back a verdict for you.

Oblivion (2013)

Starring Tom Cruise, Andrea Riseborough, Morgan Freeman, Olga Kurylenko Directed by Joseph Kosinski

Marianne Jean-Baptiste Ready to Prove All You Need is Kill

More casting news has come in for All You Need Is Kill. Read on to get the skinny on who will be joining Tom Cruise as he wages a brutal battle against an unrelenting alien race over and over again! Look for it in theatres March 7th, 2014.

A Nice Long Look at All You Need Is Kill

In All You Need Is Kill, Tom Cruise stars as Bill Cage, a hero who must relive the same brutal battle against an unrelenting alien race over and over again; and we've gotten our hands on a few behind-the-scenes stills that highlight some of the flick's action! Look for it in theatres March 7th, 2014.

Make a New Date with All You Need Is Kill

In All You Need Is Kill, Tom Cruise stars as Bill Cage, a hero who must relive the same brutal battle against an unrelenting alien race over and over again; and Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures have just moved the flick's release date up one week to March 7th, 2014.

Fiery First Look at Tom Cruise in All You Need Is Kill

All You Need Is Kill stars Tom Cruise as Bill Cage, a hero who must relive the same brutal battle against an unrelenting alien race in the new flick on its way from Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures, and we have the first still on tap for you!

Warner Brothers Proving All You Need is Kill without Legendary

Interesting news is coming out of Hollyweird as Legendary is no longer collaborating with Warner Brothers on the upcoming adaptation of the Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, All You Need Is Kill.

Make a Date with All You Need is Kill

After much talking and casting news Warner Brothers has finally set a premiere date for their upcoming adaptation of the Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, All You Need Is Kill. Look for the flick in theatres on March 14, 2014.

Bill Paxton Eying All You Need is Kill

It's been a while, but some new casting news has come in for the adaptation of the Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, All You Need Is Kill. Read on for the latest details. No, really... read on, damn it! We don't write this stuff for nothing, ya know!

Charlotte Riley Comes from Across the Pond to Prove All You Need Is Kill

More casting news is coming in for Warner Brothers' upcoming adaptation of the Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, All You Need Is Kill! Newly divorced Tom Cruise will be sporting a new lady friend in the flick! Read on for details!

New Van Helsing Movie Taking Different Approach

There's no doubt about it: The last time Universal took a crack at making a Van Helsing flick, they completely dropped the ball. While the monsters were kind of cool, everything else... well... sucked. Good thing they're headed back to the drawing board.