UA ready to make deal with WGA due to $100 million Tom Cruise Nazi movie


"Valkyrie," the movie about the failed 1944 assassination plot to kill Adolf Hitler, has already cost United Artists between $90 million and $100 million, sources tell me.

That’s why UA was so eager to cut a deal with the Writers Guild over the weekend and get back to work. Still pending on this film — which no one in their right mind actually wants to see — are a number of big reshoots as well as a huge battle scene that hasn’t been shot yet.

It makes you wonder what they spent the $90 million on so far? Tom Cruise’s eye patch?

United Artists is the first production company to make a side deal with the WGA, causing a lot of Sturm und Drang among the studios.

(Source: Fox News)

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