An Evening With Tom Cruise At The Film Society Of Lincoln Center

Spend An Evening With Tom Cruise…LIVE!

On Monday, December 17 @ 7pm ET, The Film Society of Lincoln Center is hosting “An Evening with Tom Cruise.”  Tom will appear live “for a career-spanning conversation and a special advance screening of the hotly anticipated ‘Jack Reacher.’”

Tickets go on sale to the public December 10th and all proceeds from this extraordinary event will go to the 50th Anniversary Fund, which supports education and emerging filmmaker initiatives. Find out more here.

The event will be held at the Rose Theater, Time Warner Center, 5th Floor (Broadway and 60th Street), New York City, NY.

BONUS: From December 18-20, The Film Society is offering moviegoers an exciting retrospective called, “All The Right Moves: The Films of Tom Cruise.”

You can look through Tom’s entire filmography in this interactive feature on our website.

The festival will include seven award winning and fan favorite classics.  Is your favorite on this list?

(Content below courtesy of www.filmlinc.com)

Born of the Fourth of July- Wednesday December 19th @ 9pm. Walter Reade Theater.  Buy tickets here.

Oliver Stone, 1989
USA | ENGLISH | FORMAT: 35MM | 145 MINUTES

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.

 

Jerry Maguire- Thursday, December 20 @ 8:45pm. Walter Reade Theater.  Buy tickets here.

Cameron Crowe, 1996
USA | ENGLISH | FORMAT: 35MM | 139 MINUTES

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.

 

The Last Samurai- Thursday, December 20 @ 3:30pm. Walter Reade Theater.  Get tickets here.

Ed Zwick, 2003
USA | ENGLISH | FORMAT: 35MM | 154 MINUTES

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.

 

 

Mission: Impossible- Thursday, December 30 @ 6:30pm. Walter Reade Theater.  Buy Tickets.

Brian De Palma, 1996
USA | ENGLISH | FORMAT: 35MM | 110 MINUTES

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.

 

Rain Man- Wednesday, December 19 @ 6pm.  Walter Reade Theater.  Get tickets here.

Barry Levinson, 1988
USA | ENGLISH | FORMAT: 35MM | 133 MINUTES

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.

 

 

Risky Business- Wednesday, December 19 @ 3:45pm. Walter Reade Theater.  Get tickets here.

Paul Brickman, 1983
USA | ENGLISH | FORMAT: 35MM | 98 MINUTES

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.

 

Top Gun- Tuesday, December 18 @ 8:30pm.  Walter Reade Theater.  Get tickets here.

Tony Scott, 1986
USA | ENGLISH | FORMAT: 35MM | 110 MINUTES

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.

This one-of-a-kind in-person evening is to kick-off the U.S. premiere of ‘Jack Reacher‘ on December 21, 2012.  Click here to find out when it is opening near you.  We’ve seen the movie and we were blown away by the shear brute force of Jack Reacher as he unleashes his unique brand of vigilant justice.  It’s an incredibly faithful adaptation of Lee Child’s novel, ‘One Shot.’  And as has already been praised by Lee and critics, Tom is giving a no-holds barred performance not to be missed.

What is your favorite Tom Cruise movie? Tell us in the comments below and   be sure to connect with the entire TomCruise.com community on TwitterFacebookWhoSayOrkutGreeSina WeiboGoogle+, Tumblrand Tencent Weibo. Plus, get all the latest news and insider information when you sign up for the TomCruise.com official newsletter today!

Tom’s Film and Events Calendar…

[localendar username="tomcruisecom" type="mini" style="mb" hide_events="false" ]