Studio sets 2017 debut for Tom Cruise’s “Mena” and tweaks rollout plans for three films
Doug Liman News, Movies and Background
The Company CEO and founder moves into scripted television for the first time
British filmmaker Christopher Smith is directing from his own screenplay
Beginning Monday, Feb. 16, networks will replay all of the series’ episodes leading up to star Patrick J. Adams’ directorial debut
Studios are doubling up on movies featuring the same subjects
Reporters love to write about bad news, and there is no bigger disaster in Hollywood than a flop
Teen girls swarm tragic teen romance which swamps Tom Cruise’s “Edge of Tomorrow” and holds off “Maleficent”
Tragic romance eyes $55 million weekend as Tom Cruise’s “Edge of Tomorrow” battles “Maleficent” for 2nd
Fox’s “Night in Our Stars” event Thursday night produced a stellar opening for the romantic drama
Whether Shailene Woodley can top Angelina Jolie remains to be seen
Chinese thriller “Overheard 3” grossed $19.5 million in just six markets this weekend
Warner Bros. hopes a strong foreign showing will build momentum for the sci-fi film’s June 6 U.S. opening
‘Edge of Tomorrow’ Review: Tom Cruise’s Groundhog Starship Butterfly Source Code Troopers Day Effect (Video)
It’s a familiar sci-fi mashup, but director Doug Liman knows how to find the fun and the thrills in this tale of an alien-fighting soldier...
The sci-fi film comes on tracking at $25 million-$30 million and will be up against the surging “Fault In Our Stars’
“It’s been exciting and rewarding,” the “Dawson Creek” alum tells TheWrap. “I’ve had a chance to play a lot of different characters than the ones...
Death is the key to victory in director Doug Liman’s upcoming sci-fi action film
The second full trailer for the upcoming Warner Bros. release premieres on Tuesday
The film is based on the popular Ubisoft video game
Doug Liman directed the Warner Bros. movie, which co-stars Emily Blunt and Bill Paxton
The studio has acquired movie rights to Simon Rich's four-part novella that was published by the New Yorker
The cable network will use "Modern Family" the way TBS has used "Big Bang Theory"
Five high-profile agents have left CAA in the last few months, and some claim CAA nudged them out
- By TheWrap Staff on April 15, 2013 @ 5:23 pm
Tom Cruise is continuing his science fiction binge, as the star of "Oblivion" and Doug Liman's upcoming "All You Need Is Kill" is attached to...
Doug Liman directs film about humanity's last stand, repeated over and over
Olen Steinhauer's novels follow Milo Weaver, an aging CIA agent unable to escape the life