Tom Cruise Dreams Of Ambitious Films. Will Warner Give Him That?

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We recently reported that Tom Cruise may star in Quentin Tarantino’s new film “The Movie Critic“. The actor also recently signed a cooperation contract with Warner Bros. Variety explains why this happened.

Tom Cruise is fed up with being an action icon

Tom Cruise is satisfied with how well his action shows are doing. But this is no longer enough for him. The actor dreams of returning to serious cinema, which he practically broke up with at the end of the last century.

Apparently he would love to work with Paul Thomas Anderson again. And it’s no wonder. Participation in his “Magnolia” brought him an Oscar nomination (the last one in his career).

Participation in “The Movie Critic” is to be the first step in this direction. The film does not have a Hollywood partner yet, but Warner Bros. he is fighting very hard to take it over. The problem is Sony, which also has ambitions to take over the last film in Quentin Tarantino‘s career .

Warner Bros. New Strategy: Costs Don’t Matter… As Long as You’re a Star

Warner Bros. may turn out to be the winner in the fight for “The Movie Critic“, all thanks to the surprising generosity of its bosses Michael De Luca and Pam Abda.

They are capable of cashing out finished films without blinking an eye in order to save money, but if you are a star, you can count on real money bags.

Such is the case with Paul Thomas Anderson‘s new film . Although his highest-grossing film in his career is “There Will Be Blood” ($77 million worldwide), Warner spent as much as $115 million on his new work ! Why? Because the cast of the film is truly stellar. Leonardo DiCaprio himself earned $20 million for his participation in the film.

Another example is “Bride of Frankenstein” by Maggie Gyllenhaal, whose stars are Christian Bale and Jessie Buckley. Netflix rejected the project considering it too risky. Warner Bros. he doesn’t intend to save on it.

But the generosity of Warner Bros. it’s not just about money. The studio recently picked up a vampire project from director Ryan Coogler starring Michael B. Jordan. To get it, the studio agreed to an extraordinary thing: returning the copyright to Coogler after 25 years! In recent years, only one director has received such a thing in Hollywood – Quentin Tarantino in the film “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood“.

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