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Tom Cruise Joins Oscar-Winning Director Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s Mysterious New Project


Summary

  • Tom Cruise will star in
    The Revenant
    director Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s next project.
  • Cruise’s strategic partnership with Warner Bros. will mark his return to more dramatic roles, potentially leading to award wins.
  • Cruise may also collaborate with Quentin Tarantino for the filmmaker’s final movie, showcasing his desire to work with auteurs.



Recent reports have revealed that Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise is hoping to work with more auteurs, emulating the Oscar-worthy success from earlier in his career. And it seems the Mission: Impossible has now found just that, with Deadline reporting that Cruise will star in the mysterious new project from filmmaker Alejandro G. Iñárritu, the director behind the likes of Birdman and The Revenant.

Sources have revealed that “Warner Bros. and Legendary Entertainment are in negotiations for an untitled Alejandro G. Iñárritu,” and that the project will star Tom Cruise. The movie will be produced and directed by Iñárritu, who works from a script he co-wrote last year alongside Sabina Berman and his Birdman co-writers Alexander Dinelaris and Nicolas Giacobone.

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Not much else is yet known about the project, which is being treated as “top secret.” We do know, however, that it is an original idea conceived by Iñárritu, and that the director has “been taking meetings with a select few actors in recent weeks, with Cruise being one of the first.” The report goes on to state that, following the meeting, Cruise was very much on board.

The project will not only mark Cruise’s first movie since signing a new strategic partnership with Warner Bros., but also Iñárritu’s first English-language project since he wowed audiences (and made Leonardo DiCaprio suffer) in 2015’s The Revenant.

The Revenant

Release Date
December 25, 2015

Tagline
Blood lost. Life found.


Following DiCaprio as Hugh Glass, a legendary frontiersman, who uses his skills to survive a bear attack and take revenge on his companion, who betrayed him, The Revenant was met with all manner of awards and nominations, winning the Academy Award for Best Director for Alejandro G. Iñárritu and Best Actor for DiCaprio. This is far from the only time that Iñárritu has seen Oscar glory, with his 2014 black-comedy, Birdman, winning Best Picture and Best Director, among others.

All of which suggests that the pairing of Tom Cruise and Alejandro G. Iñárritu could finally see the actor win a golden statue.


Tom Cruise Could Also Join Forces With Quentin Tarantino


Not only will Cruise return to his more dramatic roots with Alejandro G. Iñárritu, the actor is also rumored to be joining Quentin Tarantino for the filmmaker’s final movie, The Movie Critic. A recent report claimed that Cruise is being courted by Warner Bros. to lead the long-awaited Edge of Tomorrow sequel, and could join forces with Academy Award-winning director Quentin Tarantino, who is now gearing up to helm his last movie.

Cruise, who has worked with some of the most renowned filmmakers of all time in Steven Spielberg, Michael Mann, Martin Scorsese, Stanley Kubrick, Paul Thomas Anderson, and Francis Ford Coppola, is reportedly hoping to “return to working with auteurs.” A shift that would no doubt occur alongside Cruise being one of the modern era’s greatest action hero thanks to the likes of the Mission: Impossible franchise and the recent box office behemoth Top Gun: Maverick.


Speaking of which, Cruise will next return as Ethan Hunt in the currently untitled eighth
Mission: Impossible
movie, which is scheduled to be released on May 23, 2025.



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