PHOTO: Emily Blunt holds a gun to Tom Cruise’s head on set!

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Emily Blunt fulfilled Katie Holmes‘ dream on the set of a new film in London, England, over the weekend. I kid, I kid.

Anyhoo, Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt were spotted on the set of the new science fiction film ‘All You Need is Kill’.

The film, which isn’t expected to see daylight until 2014, is based on the Japanese light novel of the same name by writer Hiroshi Sakurazaka and acts as a sort of sci-fi alien vs. human Groundhog Day.

Cruise’s character finds himself plunged into what amounts to a suicide mission in a battle with an alien race known as Mimics. He dies not long after, but awakens, becoming forced to repeat the same day over and over again. With Emily Blunt by his side though – a hugely successful combat soldier – they gradually gain the knowledge to overthrow their alien invaders. Directed by Doug Liman, the film also stars Marianne Jean-Baptiste and Bill Paxton; the shots here show Cruise and Blunt by the British Ministry of Defence and, it has to be said, the pair don’t exactly look like they’re too troubled by the threat of humanity’s annihalation. They’ll have to show more fighting spirit if they’re going to get the upper hand.

Doesn’t this sound like an alien version of Jake Gyllenhaal’s movie ‘Source Code’??

Anyway, I LOOOOOOOOVE Emily Blunt, and if I’m being honest, I love Tom Cruise too. Try as I might to hate him – I just can’t! I don’t know if it’s because of my lifelong love with his movies, (‘Far & Away’!? I cry just thinking about it!), but I can’t hate the guy. Even if he is a creepy Scientologist. I heart him.

Photos: FameFlynet, Source

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Monday, February 4th, 2013 at 10:10am
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