From his iconic slide across the floor of a suburban Chicago living room in Risky Business to his considerably riskier footwork atop a Dubai skyscraper in Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol, Tom Cruise has spent a remarkable three decades as the world’s most popular movie star, and one of its most adventurous and unpredictable actors. An instant pop culture sensation for his role as the fighter pilot Pete “Maverick” Mitchell in Top Gun, Cruise quickly cemented his serious dramatic credentials opposite Dustin Hoffman in Rain Man and in Oliver Stone’s Born on the Fourth of July, while breaking box-office records in blockbusters like Minority Report, The Last Samurai, War of the Worlds and the Mission:Impossible series. As he takes on his latest, sure to be iconic role in the Paramount action drama Jack Reacher, we salute Cruise with a special in-person event followed by a seven-film sampler of his extraordinary career. Series programmed by Scott Foundas.
Out of respect for the families who lost loved ones in Newtown, CT, we are postponing tonight's fundraising event with Tom Cruise to benefit the 50th anniversary fund which supports K-12 education and new artist programs. We extend our love and condolences to our neighbors. Our community grieves with yours. Information about ticket refunds will be provided shortly.
Fresh from his biggest worldwide success to date with Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol, we are pleased to welcome three-time Academy Award nominee Tom Cruise for a career-spanning conversation and a special advance screening of the hotly anticipated Jack Reacher.
Cruise earned the first of three Oscar nominations for his transformative portrayal of disillusioned Vietnam vet Ron Kovic in Oliver Stone’s shattering portrait of the loss of American innocence.
Cruise earned his second Best Actor Oscar nomination as the eponymous high-powered sports agent whose existential epiphany loses him all but one client (Oscar-winner Cuba Gooding, Jr.) in Cameron Crowe’s wry American success story.
Ed Zwick’s visually majestic, old-fashioned Hollywood epic stars Cruise as a disillusioned Civil War vet hired to train conscript in Japan’s first modern army, caught between the past and present of a rapidly changing nation.
Finding himself the only survivor of a mission gone awry, secret agent Ethan Hunt (Cruise) must unravel the conspiracy in the film that launched the successful franchise, directed by master of suspense Brian De Palma.
As a slick yuppie unexpectedly reunited with his autistic older brother (Dustin Hoffman), Cruise more than holds his own in Barry Levinson’s beloved 1988 Oscar-winner.
When mom and dad leave town, an enterprising Chicago teen (21-year-old Cruise in his star-making role) gets in over his head with a kind-hearted prostitute (Rebecca De Mornay) in writer-director Paul Brickman’s sparkling coming-of-age comedy.
Cruise flew into the danger zone (and sent sales of Ray-Bans and leather jackets soaring) as a hotshot Navy pilot romancing his civilian instructor (Kelly McGillis) in producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Tony Scott’s prototypical ‘80s blockbuster.