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Tom Cruise Signs Massive Warner Bros. Film Deal

While Tom Cruise is largely known as the posterchild for Paramount Pictures, the “Collateral” star has worked with Warner Bros. numerous times in the past. Audiences last saw him join forces with the iconic studio for the criminally underrated action pic “Edge of Tomorrow.” He’s also worked with them on films like “Magnolia,” “Eyes Wide Shut,” and the ever-iconic “Risky Business.” 

“We are thrilled to be working with Tom, an absolute legend in the film industry,” said Warner Bros. Motion Picture Group’s Co-Chairs and CEOs Michael De Luca & Pam Abdy in a joint statement. “Our vision, from day one, has been to rebuild this iconic studio to the heights of its glory days, and, in fact, when we first sat down with David Zaslav to talk about joining the Warner Bros. Discovery team, he said to us, ‘We are on a mission to bring Warner Bros. back – we have the best resources, storytelling IP, and talent in the business – and we need to bring Tom Cruise back to Warner Bros!” 

Over the last few years, Warner Bros. has seen its fair share of financial woes and disappointments, particularly with its DCEU franchise. The studio is actively restructuring, and this Cruise deal should greatly benefit the studio.

“I have great respect and admiration for David, Pam, Mike, and the entire team at Warner Bros. Discovery and their commitment to movies, movie fans, and the theatrical experience. I look forward to making great movies together!” Cruise said about the deal. We don’t know exactly what Cruise will be cooking up. What’s interesting is that the statement explicitly mentions franchises, which implies that the actor could be digging deep into Warner Bros.’ vaults to bring back beloved IPs. Or, perhaps, we’ll see Cruise suit up as one of DC’s heroes in James Gunn’s “new-and-improved” DC slate of films?

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