Hollywood

Tom Cruise to star in fifth `Mission: Impossible` movie

Tom Cruise has signed on to reprise his role as secret agent Ethan Hunt in the fifth part of ‘Mission: Impossible’ movie. According to Deadline.com, the 50-year-old actor will not only star in the upcoming flick but will also serve as producer, Contactmusic reported. The `Oblivion` star is expected to reunite with the Oscar-winning filmmaker Christopher MCQuarrie, who directed Cruise in last year’s `Jack Reacher` and also wrote the screenplay for his Nazi drama `Valkyrie`.

The ‘Great Gatsby’ Premiere

It seems only fitting that the New York City premiere for the The Great Gatsby — a movie set in a time of over-the-top indulgence — would be, well, grand. From a seemingly never-ending red carpet lined with a Tiffany blue backdrop (the jeweler was one of the sponsors of the opening) to the corrals of fans gathered around the Lincoln Center to applaud and squeal at every arrival, the red carpet

Will Smith eyes comedy with son

Smith, who arrived in Taiwan on Thursday on a promotional tour, said it was “fantastic” to work with the 15-year-old in their second movie together, the  sci-fi flick “After Earth”, set to hit cinemas in June. “Entertainment is our family business, so I am sure that if something comes  up we’ll do it again,” Smith said at a red carpet fan meeting near the landmark  Taipei 101 building, which was

Iron Man 3 rules box office

Iron Man 3 got off to a massive start internationally, as it opened in most countries outside the US and grossed 195.3 million dollars through on Sunday, according to Walt Disney studio reports. The superhero sequel from Walt Disney Co’s Marvel studio is expected to finish the weekend with one of the biggest debuts in film history. Box office analysts predict the movie will bring in $150 million or more from

Man of Steel

Warner Bros. Pictures has revealed a new banner for director Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, flying into 3D, 2D and IMAX theaters on June 14. The Superman movie stars Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne, Antje Traue, Ayelet Zurer, Christopher Meloni, Russell Crowe, Michael Kelly, Harry Lennix and Richard Schiff. Development of Man of Steel began in 2008 when Warner Bros. Pictures took pitches from comic book writers, screenwriters and directors,