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Universal Ready to Reimagine! Tom Cruise to Produce and Star in Van Helsing; Kurtzman/Orci to Unwrap the New Mummy

In what is probably going to be the biggest news of the day, Universal is readying itself to reimagine some of its catalog titles with some huge names attached to do things the right way! Sorry, Stephen Sommers.

Emily Blunt Joining All You Need is Kill

Warner Brother's have found their leading lady to star opposite Tom Cruise in the adaptation of the Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, All You Need Is Kill. Read on for the latest details.

Tom Cruise Out to Prove ... All You Need Is Kill

As a means to ensure that Akira isn't the only adaptation on its way to being excellent, Warner Brothers is bringing in some really big names to breathe life into the Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, All You Need Is Kill.

Tom Cruise Still Looking For a Place At the Mountains of Madness?

Hold the presses, kids. It seems as if we may have written Tom Cruise off just a little too soon when it comes to starring in Guillermo del Toro's film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness.

American Psycho: The Musical Slashes Forward. Tom Cruise Involved?

It's been almost a year since last we spoke about bringing Patrick Bateman to Broadway in American Psycho: The Musical, but like every good ax-wielding killer, they always come back!

Guillermo del Toro Eying Tom Cruise for At the Mountains of Madness

With every day that passes we find ourselves praying just a little bit more to the horror gods that Guillermo del Toro's adaptation of At the Mountains of Madness happens ASAP. Tonight the director spoke a bit about whom he'd like to see in the leading role.

McQuarie to Pen Monster of Florence

The screenwriter behind the upcoming Tom Cruise film Valkyrie, Christopher McQuarie, has signed on with United Artist to pen the script from Monster of Florence according to this morning’s Variety.

Cruise to Become a Monster?

Douglas Preston and Mario Spezi’s best-selling serial killer novel The Monster of Florence has been picked up for a filmed adaptation by Tom Cruise and United Artists, according to Variety. Cruise will produce and possibly star in the film.