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Tom Cruise: 'Oblivion' Stills Released!

Tom Cruise: 'Oblivion' Stills Released!

Tom Cruise is all smiles while stepping out of his hotel on Saturday (March 30) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The 50-year-old actor stopped to chat with his awaiting fans and posed for pics and autographs.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Tom Cruise

The day before, Tom also showed some love to his Brazilian fans.

Check out some newly released stills of Tom in his upcoming film Oblivion, also starring Olga Kurylenko.

20+ pictures inside of Tom Cruise interacting with his fans outside his hotel in Brazil…

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Posted to: Oblivion, Olga Kurylenko, Tom Cruise

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  • hd

    The first movie this year worth seeing.

  • dI

    Extras earn $ 20 to scream for Tom Cruise in Rio Hi?
    One scene called attention Glamurama in Rio premiere of “Oblivion,” with Tom Cruise. A frenzied crowd shouted by actor, clinging to the bars around the red carpet. As did all the other times we came to Rio, the actor was talking to dozens of fans, take pictures, gain hug. A show of sympathy, but …

    At the end of Première we noticed a kilometric queue on the sidewalk outside and went to see what it was. “We were hired to come here. We earn £ 20 more a movie ticket and they get our ID to not go away soon. Let’s take the document back now and receive the money, “said one of the” fans “. Four others confirmed the story. Do not make more groupies like before …


  • Extra Extra Extra


    So these Braziliian ‘groupies’ will use their £ 20 earned to watch Oblivion?

    Jack Reacher – Brazil $2,858,781 Total earnings as of 2/24/13 (BoxOfficeMojo)

    I’m thinking £ 20 per ‘groupie’ in queue didn’t get that for Reacher and won’t even be a drop in the bucket for Oblivion (Brazil gross).

    OBLIVION — IMAX —- April 19th

    Lookin’ good TC!

    Aviators on – “Because you were born to fly” ~ TAM Brazilian Airlines


  • shia

    I think he had a nice holiday in Brazil, GJ! Can’t wait to see this movie!

  • Garrett On The Road: Oblivion

    While much of the film’s sequences were created completely by computers, there are many actual pre-Apocalyptic locations here on Earth (assuming you are reading this here, and not at some extra-terrestrial location); the filmmakers did a very good job of scouting locations that looked remarkably convincing as places where the End of the World had already come and gone.

    The basic answer to the question, “Where was ‘Oblivion’ shot?”, is California, New York, Iceland and Louisiana. While Louisiana (because of its generous film tax credits and incentives) was used for most of the sets and interiors, the most notable exterior locations are from June Lake, a beautiful sub-alpine lake just east of the boundaries of Yosemite National Park in northern California.

    [read more:


    Why I’m excited to see it: Say what you will about Cruise’s personal life, but his recent movies have been good. I liked “Jack Reacher” and loved “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.” I like to pretend “Rock of Ages” doesn’t exist.

    Plus, look at the supporting cast: Morgan Freeman (I could stop right there), Melissa Leo, Olga Kurylenko, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Zoe Bell and Andrea Riseborough.

    The writer-director also sells it for me. I have this rule called “The Free Pass.” When I see a film or performance that blows me away, I give the person responsible a “free pass.” It’s basically, whatever they do next I’ll see.

    Joseph Kosinski directed “TRON: Legacy” and I loved, loved the look and feel of that film. You can see the striking visuals he brings to “Oblivion” as well.

    The film will also be shown in IMAX. While not shot in the IMAX format, it was shot in digital 4K resolution. So, basically, it should look beautiful on that giant screen.


  • Sci-Fi Blockbuster Oblivion

    Say what you like about Tom Cruise, but his track record with science fiction really isn’t bad at all. Minority Report in particular is a terrific movie (War Of The Worlds is a lot more divisive), and we’re suitably looking forward to his next venture into the genre, Oblivion.

    Given that Cruise is coming off two films that performed less well at the box office than he’s used to, Oblivion may not be a sure fire hit. But right now, we’re really rather keen to watch it.

    The film arrives on April 12th in the UK. (US, April 19th IMAX)


  • GeekTyrant

    Tom Cruise has been nailing it in his last few performances, and I am looking forward to seeing what he does in Joseph Kosinki’s Oblivion. As many people have pointed out, it suspiciously looks like a live action version of Wall-E, but the fact that it’s scored by M83 is enough reason for me to see it. If you still need some more convincing, here is a huge set of stills from the film which gives us a look at more of the characters.

    Oblivion is set for an April 19th release.

  • Starwaves




    Joseph Kosinski On Oblivion
    ‘Getting any movie made is a miracle…’

    31 March 2013 | Written by James White

    With the movie in the can as of late March, Joseph Kosinski has no more decisions to make about Oblivion, his ambitious follow-up to Tron Legacy, and is able to throw himself into the real final stage: getting the word out about it. The writer/director arrived at WonderCon this weekend and sat down to discuss getting the movie made, locking in Tom Cruise and the still-unpublished graphic novel that formed part of the development process…

    Kosinski’s history with Oblivion stretches back years, and served as something to help keep his mind active during the drudgery of finding work when he first arrived in Los Angeles. “I was trying to get into the commercial/music video business as a stepping stone into feature films and mimic the path of Ridley Scott and David Fincher, the guys I kind of looked up to. So Oblivion became a way for me to keep my creative juices flowing because I wasn’t able to get any work at the time. It was kind of a side project,” he says. “As a kid growing up I loved The Twilight Zone television series, the half hour episodes, with a small cast of characters, a very limited budget, and sometimes just a couple of sets. But somehow the stories had such big ideas, and big concepts to them that they always felt so much bigger than that show and even now they are a blast to watch.

    “So I think for me it was trying to create a character driven mystery thriller, set in the future that I thought might be my first film,” he continued. “I purposely kept it small and contained so I could make it for a small budget. Obviously eight years later, it’s become much bigger than that. The story of Jack Harper, the core elements of that are basically unchanged. I’m really proud of that and that it survived being turned into a big tent pole film with that story intact.”

    Especially since it had to survive years of gruelling development hell. “Getting any movie made in the first place is kind of a miracle,” admits Kosinski. “There are hundreds of thousands of scripts written each year in Hollywood and a select few make it to the end and actually make it on screen so for me this is the end of an eight-year process. I wrote this story in 2005, so that journey of getting it into production was most of it, just selling it to a studio. Certainly the making of it has been challenging in itself but I think the hardest one is the first hurdle of just getting a studio to buy off on it.”

    A big part of making it happen was securing the services of Tom Cruise as the leading man. “I don’t know that anything is a guarantee but your odds go way up for sure,” Kosinski laughs. “But for me it is above all having a fantastic actor. There are few people out there that can carry a movie on their shoulders, a movie that really relies on a protagonist that can do everything. Tom is the biggest movie star in the world, but he is also an amazing actor. What I’m most excited about people seeing in this movie is his performance; it’s really just incredible.”