Deadline Hollywood has reported that Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse have been attached to write the sequel to Tom Cruise and Doug Liman’s Edge Of Tomorrow, inspired by Hiroshi Sakurazaka's Japanese sci-fi novel All You Need Is Kill and co-starring Emily Blunt. The original movie notably took its time to get to $100 million in the US box office, but is getting a sequel thanks to an additional $270 million from international markets. More after the jump.
During the New York premiere for the forthcoming "Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation" Tom Cruise was recently interviewed by MTV News for the film when the subject of the actor's most recent film in Edge of Tomorrow came up. Hit the jump to see what the actor had to say on the possibility of a sequel
The Japan External Trade Organization, the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, and the Consulate General of Japan's "Cool Japan" efforts to export Japanese cultural products, and especially encourage co-production or development of Japanese content in Hollywood, has lead JETRO to honor the Edge of Tomorrow (aka Live Die Repeat) live-action adaptation of sci-fi light novel All You Need is Kill. More after the jump.
Say "goodbye" to Edge of Tomorrow, the Doug Liman-directed adaptation of Hiroshi Sakurazaka's military sci-fi light novel All You Need Is Kill. Say "hello" to Live Die Repeat, as the Tom Cruise vehicle's catch phrase as been promoted for packaging on the October 7th DVD and Blu-ray release. Get a look after the jump.
The latest addition to this year's New York Comic Con is a big one, with Death Note artist Takeshi Obata joining in on panels and autograph sessions on Thursday and Friday during the convention. Obata will be appearing at the con with the support of Viz Media and the Japan Foundation. Read on for more.
Death Note artist Takeshi Obata's manga adaptation of Hiroshi Sakurazaka's sci-fi light novel All You Need is Kill has been collected in two volumes for Japanese release today. With its live-action adaptation Edge of Tomorrow in theaters, Viz has brought them over for a simultaneous digital release. Check out the promo after the jump.
In a late interview with MSN Sankei, Hiroshi Sakurazaka, the original novel author of military sci-fi light novel All You Need Is Kill, shows his approval of the live-action film adaptation which was recently released internationally under the title of Edge of Tomorrow. Hit the jump for more story.
Hiroshi Sakurazaka's time loop/mecha versus aliens novel All You Need is Kill is getting the full Hollywood treatment in a movie starring Tom Cruise, and re-named Edge of Tomorrow (reportedly, studios have developed a reluctance to releasing movies with "Kill" in the title.) Get a look at the new trailer after the jump.