Discussion in 'Movies and Entertainment' started by Brian in Mesa, Aug 5, 2013.
Do they still do the thing where a guy who is 5 inches taller than Tom Cruise can put on a mask and still fool everyone into thinking he is Tom Cruise by "smiling all the time?"
Correction: Dougray Scott is 5'11. Tom Cruise is 5'7". Ya, sure he is.
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I have enjoyed the movies but they are far from great. Michael Bay was the wrong choice IMO and I would love to see a reboot from someone who cares more about story.
Michael Bay? He hasn't been involved with any of them as far as I know.
Are you talking about Transformers or Mission: Impossible?
Weird half of my post is gone. Not sure what happened. Sorry I was referring to the comparison above on the Transformers movies. Love this series and Transformers was just average because of Michael Bay.
I think this series could continue on for some time where you could reboot Transformers and I wouldn't care.
Sorry for the confusion.
Mission: Impossible 5 to Hit Theaters December 25, 2015
Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions have set Christopher McQuarrie's Mission: Impossible 5 for release on December 25, 2015. Iron Man 3 scribe Drew Pearce is providing the screenplay this time around with Tom Cruise set to reprise his role as Ethan Hunt.
The December release has the new film opening opposite Kung Fu Panda 3 and just one week after Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII.
That date will almost certainly be changed.
It HAS to be, right? Whoever locked this date down for Paramount should be fired for gross stupidity at this point. Either they've been in a coma the last three weeks and haven't noticed the flurry of Star Wars news or they actually thought it would be a good idea to open under its crushing wave. Either way...If im that guy, i wouldn't buy that new house quite yet.
Question though about the Star Wars release date...isn't Avatar 2 or 3 supposed to come out that December as well? Kinda thinking Avatar will destroy whatever is in it's path.
Avatar 2 Release Date: December 2016
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Wow...it's pushed that far back? Star Wars release date makes more sense then.
7 years between Avatar 1 and 2, huh? I know it's INCREDIBLY stupid to doubt James Cameron at this point, but that is a really long time between movies and the first one really didn't age well story wise IMO. That being said, he's James Cameron and Avatar 2 will probably go on to make eleventy billion dollars.
That's par for the course for James Cameron, yes? He makes the biggest movie ever in 1997 and then beats it with his next major fictional movie 12 years later. Granted, he made a couple documentaries in that time, but they weren't commercial successes and weren't even theatrical releases.
I don't like the gap, but I certainly am not surprised by it, given his history.
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