Over the weekend, this writer finished reading “Persuader,” one of Lee Child‘s dozen plus books centering on ex-military man turned drifter/problem solver Jack Reacher, and it only underscores how divisive the casting of Tom Cruise is in “Jack Reacher,” based on “One Shot.” In the books, Reacher is a six foot something, larger than life bruiser whose sheer physical size can be intimdating to those who cross his path — not exactly the kind of image you get from the 5’7″ Cruise.But with a new image now landing, writer/director Christopher Mc Quarrie is ready to address the doubters.And that's what the word Throughout the school year, our teens meet to study God's Word in a way that relates to them, not in a way that flies over their heads.
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I only answer to Lee Child, who said, ‘Why wouldnt I want the biggest star in the world to play this character I created? And as usual, Wright is upping his game a little bit.
As has been widely reported so far, the big wow factor of this incarnation of the tale is that it was shot entirely in a studio, and it turns out that creative decision had a fiscal benefit as well.
“I have an abiding respect for the fans,” he told Entertainment Weekly in their recent fall issue.
“But until they see the movie, there’s not really a discussion to be had. [Kinopoisk] In a wholly different kind of literary adaptation, Joe Wright reteams with Keira Knightley for Leo Tolstoy‘s “Anna Karenina” which will premiere at TIFF before rolling out into theaters worldwide.