Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt plan whirlwind promotional tour for 'Edge of Tomorrow'

Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt plan whirlwind promotional tour for 'Edge of Tomorrow'

BURBANK, Calif., May 8 (UPI) --Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt are to travel to three countries in one day for the premieres of their new movie, {i:Edge of Tomorrow}, Warner Bros. announced.
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Cruise movie gets 2014 release date

Cruise movie gets 2014 release date

BURBANK, Calif., Oct. 1 (UPI) -- "All You Need is Kill," a sci-fi action thriller starring Tom Cruise and directed by Doug Liman, is to hit U.S. theaters in 2014, Warner Bros. said Monday.

Actor Jonas Armstrong arrested

BLACKPOOL, England, May 20 (UPI) -- Irish-born TV actor Jonas Armstrong has been fined for being drunk and disorderly after an altercation with a cab driver in Blackpool, England, officials said.

BBC cancels 'Robin Hood'

LONDON, July 6 (UPI) -- The British TV series "Robin Hood" has been canceled after three seasons due to low ratings, the BBC announced.

Actor sleepless over 'killing' Lady Marian

LONDON, Aug. 4 (UPI) -- British actor Richard Armitage admits he lost some sleep when he heard his character was going to kill Lady Marian on the TV series, "Robin Hood."

'Robin Hood' actor breaks his foot

LONDON, May 6 (UPI) -- The BBC series, "Robin Hood," could face financial disaster after its star broke his foot, bringing production to a halt in Hungary.

Friar Tuck may get 'Robin Hood' reprieve

LONDON, Dec. 7 (UPI) -- Although he was left out of a recent British TV incarnation of "Robin Hood," the character of Friar Tuck may appear in a subsequent installment.

BBC orders second season of 'Robin Hood'

LONDON, Nov. 23 (UPI) -- Despite declining ratings and mixed reviews in Britain, "Robin Hood" has been picked up by the BBC for a second season.

Jonas Armstrong (born 1 January 1981 in Dublin) is an Irish born British actor, raised in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire best known for his appearances on television in the United Kingdom, where he has played the title role in the BBC One drama series Robin Hood.

In 2003 Armstrong appeared in Quartermaine's Terms at the Royal Theatre in Northampton as Derek Meadle. And in March 2004 he played Henry in The Skin of Our Teeth at the Young Vic theatre in the London Borough of Lambeth. In 2004 he appeared in six episodes of the fourth series of the British television comedy-drama, Teachers on Channel 4, as Anthony Millington. In January 2005 he appeared as Richard in Rutherford & Son at the Royal Exchange in Manchester. Later in 2005 he appeared again on Channel 4 in the crime drama series The Ghost Squad as Pete Maitland. In December 2006 he starred in the two-part crime drama Losing Gemma on ITV.

His first major television role came in October 2006 when he played Robin of Locksley, in the BBC's modern adaptation of the Robin Hood story. During filming of the second series, which aired in 2007, Armstrong broke a metatarsal bone in his foot during a staged fight scene. Armstrong was a guest panelist on the BBC comedy panel game show Never Mind the Buzzcocks on 28 February 2007.

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