Tom Cruise takes 5 guys at the same time in Jack Reacher

Dec 06 // Hubert Vigilla
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Burgers, fries, and lots of blows to the crotch

Jack Reacher starring Tom Cruise is just around the corner, and there's a new clip out to show just how lethal he is. Watch has he takes on five guys at the same time without breaking a sweat.

Even though Jack Reacher doesn't come out until December 21st, you can actually see the film early in New York City with Cruise himself in attendance. An Evening with Tom Cruise will take place Monday, December 17th. In addition to an early sneak peek of Jack Reacher, Cruise will discuss his film career with Kent Jones, New York Film Festival Director of Programming. Tickets for the event go on sale Monday, December 10th. For more information, visit filmlinc.com.

As a bonus, I've included a brutal scene from Michael Mann's Collateral after the cut, in which Vincent (Cruise) gets aggro. (There are spoilers in it. You have been warned.) In an alternate dimension, there's probably a pretty cool movie where Jack Reacher and Vincent fight each other.

[Via Cinema Blend]

Collateral (2004)


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