Top Gun 2 Danger Zone Remake

Top Gun 2 has defied the odds, and after decades of hype and promise, the adrenaline-fueled sequel is finally in production. Tom Cruise posted a photo from the set last week, and barring some kind of insurmountable obstacle, the movie titled Top Gun: Maverick will be on the big screen for the summer of 2019. And when it arrives, it may have a new version of the signature rock song that made all the high-flying jet sequences that much more memorable.

When the original Top Gun was released in 1986, it was accompanied by the quintessential rock song of that decade: “Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins. Now that Top Gun: Maverick is a reality, Loggins is working on recording a new version of the song for the sequel, and he might have company this time. Read More »

top gun 2 cast

Val Kilmer is going to snap his teeth at Tom Cruise again and join the Top Gun 2 cast.  The actor will return to the role of Iceman in the sequel, Top Gun: Maverick, which is currently in production with Joseph Kosinski at the helm.

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With every new glimpse we get at Mission: Impossible – Fallout, it looks like Tom Cruise is doing more stunts than he’s ever done in a single adventure as agent Ethan Hunt. Our latest looks at the action sequel comes in the form of a featurette showing us how ole Tommy Cruise threw himself out a plane at 25,000 feet, performing what is called a high altitude, low open skydive. Read More »

Top Gun 2 First Look

This month marked 32 years since Top Gun flew into theaters. The Paramount Pictures film directed by Tony Scott is still a favorite of action movie fans, and for decades they’ve wanted to see Tom Cruise get back in the cockpit for a sequel.

It’s been a long road to get here, but production has finally started on Top Gun 2, and the first photo from the film has been revealed. Check it out below. Read More »

new dark universe movies

Rejoice, fans of ill-conceived ideas! Universal’s Dark Universe might still be alive! We all thought the Dark Universe would crawl back into the grave after the disaster that was The Mummy, but it looks like Universal’s monster franchise might still have some life left in it.

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mission impossible fallout trailer

The Mission: Impossible movies have consistently delivered sleek action, eye-popping practical effects, and compelling characters, and the sixth film looks like it will more than deliver on all three.

The full Mission Impossible Fallout trailer gives us even more action-packed shots of Tom Cruise endangering his life, as well as a better look at Henry Cavill‘s antagonistic CIA agent with a glorious mustache and a hell of a right hook.

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Mission Impossible Fallout stunt

I am pleased to inform you that Tommy Cruise is indeed at it again. During a Mission: Impossible – Fallout presentation at CinemaCon, it was revealed that Cruise jumped out of a plane 106 times just to film one scene. Oh, Tommy Cruise, you rascal!

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mission impossible fallout stunt

That boy Tommy Cruise is at it again! Cruise, a stuntman who occasionally acts, decided to jump from a plane at 25,000 feet. Cruise claims he did this for the upcoming Mission: Impossible film, but we’re pretty sure he did it because he is an awesome crazy person. See the Mission: Impossible – Fallout stunt below.

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A.I. and Minority Report

(Welcome to 21st Century Spielberg, an ongoing column that examines the challenging, sometimes misunderstood 21st century filmography of one of our greatest living filmmakers, Steven Spielberg. First up: A.I. and Minority Report.)

“What if Peter Pan grew up?” pondered the tagline of Steven Spielberg’s 1991 fantasy Hook. It was an intriguing premise: what would happen if the perpetual child – the boy who refused to get older – embraced the cold, stark, finite nature of adulthood? Of course, the compelling concept of this tagline is all but forgotten in the runtime of Hook, where the adult Peter Pan quickly reverts to childhood in order to save the day. Still, what a notion!

Sometimes, life imitates art. In the 21st century, Steven Spielberg, the perpetual child – the pop culture impresario who found a way to turn childhood and nostalgia into a lucrative, highly entertaining art form – did something remarkable.

In the 21st century, Steven Spielberg grew up.

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Mission Impossible Fallout photos

If there’s any movie that deserves to be titled Death Wish, it’s the sixth Mission: Impossible movie.

Seemingly every Mission: Impossible – Fallout photo has touted star Tom Cruise’s latest insane, death-defying stunt. And the latest photo is no different. And it takes the movie’s title quite literally.

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