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  1. nazi tom cruise
    Is ‘Valkyrie’ Giving Up on Awards Season?’When did a December release date mean that a film exists first and foremost for award consideration?’ says MGM.
  2. nazi tom cruise
    ‘Valkyrie’ Trailer: Tom Cruise Saves HalloweenConventional wisdom holds that this will be the year’s most hilarious disaster, but can it possibly live up to such high expectations?
  3. nazi tom cruise
    ‘Valkyrie’ Invades Nevada!Tom Cruise’s Nazi adventure was recently screened for the nondiscriminating citizens of small-town Nevada.
  4. apropos of nothing
    ‘Valkyrie’ Nazi Extras Suing United Artists Over Nazi Truck AccidentUA is being sued over an apparent botched assassination plot on some of the movie’s extras.
  5. apropos of nothing
    Merrill Lynch Angling for Larger Share of the ‘Valkyrie’ ProfitsFollowing Paula Wagner’s ousting, the bank is looking to renegotiate its contract with Tom Cruise’s United Artists.
  6. apropos of nothing
    ‘Valkyrie’ Officially Back in the Oscar Race!Merry Christmas — Tom Cruise’s Nazi movie is coming two months early!
  7. apropos of nothing
    Paula Wagner’s Departure Endangers United Artists’ Status As World’s Best Movie StudioAs part of her punishment, Wagner will retain an ownership interest in the company.
  8. the industry
    Jonah Hill to Improvise With Enormous CGI Robots?The Apatovian man-child may be joining the cast of ‘Transformers 2.’
  9. countdown
    Rumors of ‘Valkyrie’ Being a Huge Stinker Are Way Off Base, Claim Makers of ‘Valkyrie’There is a perfectly reasonable explanation for those delays and reshoots.
  10. the industry
    In Bold Career Move, Halle Berry Will Play Many Dumb Characters at OncePlus: Ronald D. Moore’s working on a new series, and Cynthia Nixon’s working on another case of Biltmore Syndrome.
  11. apropos of nothing
    Hold Those Oscars! Tom Cruise’s Nazi Movie Delayed Till FebruaryThe Academy will just have to wait until 2010 to shower the cast, crew, and producers of ‘Valkyrie’ in Oscar gold.
  12. apropos of nothing
    So, How Did United Artists Spend That $100 Million on ‘Valkyrie’?Well, how did they?
  13. the early-evening news
    Breaking: McLovin, Too, Eats FoodPlus: Microsoft wants to be your cable company!
  14. the industry
    Attractive Actress Cast As Bond GirlPlus news about the sure-to-be-uncontroversial Benazir Bhutto biopic.
  15. agenda
    U.A. deluxe gift set: an instant film library worth its cost.It couldn’t be a better time for United Artists to celebrate its 90th anniversary.
  16. the industry
    Germany Says ‘Nein’ to Tom CruiseGermany Rejects Valkyrie, Cruise: The German government announces that United Artists’ Valkyrie, starring Tom Cruise and directed by Bryan Singer, is not welcome to shoot at German military sites, citing Cruise’s Scientology beliefs. UA reps say shooting will go ahead with German locations to be determined. Film, true-story retelling of plot to kill Hitler, is a cornerstone of United Artists’ plans, and is first example of studio player Cruise’s Scientology interfering with business as usual. [Variety]
  17. tube junkie
    Tom Cruise’s New Movie Flops on ‘Entertainment Tonight’Led by Nikki Finke over at Deadline Hollywood, the movie industry is buzzing over Tom Cruise’s first film for the newly relaunched United Artists, Lions for Lambs, a political thriller coming out in November. Starring Cruise, Meryl Streep, and Robert Redford, and directed by Redford, the movie — about the Stateside debate caused by the wounding of two Army Rangers behind enemy lines in Afghanistan — certainly has pedigree and brains to spare. So why did Cruise and UA’s publicity machine debut the film’s teaser on Entertainment Tonight, where the full ET synthesizer-and-voice-over treatment makes it seem totally stupid?