Live. Die. Repeat. Sequel. Edge of Tomorrow.

"Edge of Tomorrow" Japanese Theatrical Poster

"Edge of Tomorrow" Japanese Theatrical Poster

While attending the premiere for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (read our review), Tom Cruise had this to say about a sequel to Edge of Tomorrow: “I pitched it to Christopher McQuarrie and Doug Liman. We were there one night and I was like, I’ve got an idea for it,” Cruise said, but didn’t reveal plot elements. Cruise did, however, say that he already talked to Emily Blunt about returning. Her response: “give me another year, please.”

Despite its box office fumble, 2014′s Edge of Tomorrow was praised by both critics and viewers alike. The film involved a military officer (Cruise) who is brought into an alien war against an extraterrestrial enemy who can reset the day and know the future. When this officer is enabled with the same power, he teams up with a Special Forces warrior (Blunt) to try and end the war.

Edge of Tomorrow is based on 2004′s All You Need Is Kill, a Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka. Upon its Blu-ray & DVD release, Edge of Tomorrow was re-marketed as Live. Die. Repeat.

We’ll keep you updated as we hear more about a Edge of Tomorrow sequel. Stay tuned!

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3 Responses to Live. Die. Repeat. Sequel. Edge of Tomorrow.

  1. Ningen says:

    The novel is from 2004. The English edition is from 2009.

  2. Horacio Rann says:

    And, as Cage and Rita take the fight to the aliens, each repeated encounter gets t 1f28 hem one step closer to defeating the enemy. A soldier fighting in a war with aliens finds himself caught in a time loop of his last day in the battle, though he becomes better skilled along the way.

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