After NASA confirmed their plan to work with Tom Cruise and Elon Musk's SpaceX on a film that would be shot in outer space, sources tell Variety the project has found its director. Doug Liman, who worked with Cruise on "Edge of Tomorrow" and "American Made" has come on to direct the mystery movie, which […]
Anyone still holding out a last kernel of hope that Channing Tatum will be bursting into the Marvel Cinematic Universe may be in for some sobering news.
'American Made' director Doug Liman and co-star Domhnall Gleeson talk stunts, injuries, working with Tom Cruise and more.
Liman and his "American Made" star, Tom Cruise, are looking to revisit their first collaboration, 2014's time-traveling alien-invasion movie, "Edge of Tomorrow."
Cruise and director Doug Liman discuss U.S. pilot Barry Seal recruited by CIA to tabs on Medellin kingpin Pablo Escobar.
A sweat-slicked, exhausting but glibly entertaining escapade on its own terms, "American Made" is more interesting as a showcase for the dateless elasticity of Cruise's star power.
Doug Liman is on board to direct the YA post-apocalyptic thriller about world of telepaths without women, based on best-selling YA novel by Patrick Ness
First look at Tom Cruise as real-life pilot delivering contraband for the CIA in 'American Made,' directed by Doug Liman, to be released in September 2017
Justice League Dark, comics are going to have to wait a bit longer for the film adaptation, as it just lost its director. Sources tell Variety that director Doug Liman has left the project. Insiders say the reason is schedule-related, as Liman is also attached to direct Lionsgate’s Chaos Walking, which recently received a greenlight.
In the vast majority of war movies, the act of combat is a show of force in which the stronger side wins, barreling through the enemy’s defenses like a bowling ball. But in “The Wall,” war is like a protracted game of chess, where each side is down to its final pieces on the board,... <a href="http://variety.com/2017/film/reviews/the-wall-review-1202400298/" title="Read Film Review: Doug Liman’s ‘The Wall’">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
Tom Holland, who is playing Spider-Man in next year’s Spider-Man: Homecoming, is in negotiations to join Daisy Ridley in Lionsgate’s post-apocalyptic thriller Chaos Walking.
By Eriq Gardner The daughter of drug trafficker-turned-slain-informant Barry Seal has filed a lawsuit in Louisiana against Universal Pictures over its upcoming film, Mena, starring Tom Cruise as Seal, according local news reports. The Doug Liman-directed film covers how Seal was recruited by U.S. officials in efforts to bring down drug kingpin Pablo Escobar. According to reports of the lawsuit, Universal made a $350,000 deal with Seal’s third wife and three children from that marriage for Seal’s life story, but now Lisa Seal Frigon, his daughter from his first marriage and the claimed executor of his estate, is coming forward with the allegation that it was her consent that was required. “Although the Life Story Rights of Adler Berriman Seal are property of the Estate, Defendants Debbie, Aaron, Christina and Dean have failed to remit to the Estate any proceeds which they received from their Agreement with Defendant Universal, but instead converted the proceeds for their own personal use and benefit,” states the complaint.