Tom Cruise’s latest flick, Drive In, isn’t exactly the best movie out there, but that doesn’t mean he’s going to forget about the franchise’s roots.
A source tells The Hollywood Reporter that Cruise and co-writer/producer/director Kevin Smith are looking at expanding the franchise to four movies.
Smith and Cruise are currently working on the screenplay for The Way Back for Cruise’s fifth film.
The film is currently in pre-production.
It’s unclear when Cruise will rejoin the franchise, but the reboot will mark the first time Cruise’s been back in the series.
We know what we know about the rebooted Tom Cruise franchise, and it’s not great.
It’s not a good movie.
And it will be hard to justify the investment of $180 million in a reboot if it doesn’t live up to its predecessor.
As the first Tom Cruise movie to go on sale in the U.S. and Canada, Drive in was the first to feature a female lead and was followed by Scream 2, which starred Kate Hudson.
For those unfamiliar with Drive In and the film’s cast, it stars Ben Affleck, Gwyneth Paltrow, Olivia Wilde, and Michelle Williams.
Drive in is a romantic comedy about a married couple, Michael and Mary, who move to a new neighborhood in Los Angeles.
It stars Rooney Mara, Christina Ricci, Adam Sandler, Jessica Chastain, and Jason Segel.
The reboot is set to hit theaters in the fall.
In case you missed it, here’s a quick recap of the Tom Cruise reboot:Tom Cruise was just a big-screen guy.
He’s still a big, big star.
Tom Cruise’s next movie is a reboot of one of his most popular franchises.
His last movie was a remake of a horror film.
Here’s how the Tom Hanks reboot will be different:The Tom Cruise universe continues to expand, as he’s reteaming with producer/director Michael Bay to create the Tom Bialystock reboot.
Michael Bay’s Baywatch will be the first of four films that are being developed by Bay, the same producer behind movies like Independence Day: Resurgence, The Heat, and Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Bay will also produce the Tom Ford reboot of the 1980s hit, Good Will Hunting, and the Tom Hardy reboot of The Dark Knight Rises.
There are rumors of a Tom Cruise remake of the 1995 horror classic The Ring, but there’s no word on whether it’s happening at this time.
The Tom Hays reboot of 1987 is set for release in 2020.