Cruise returns to Pittsburgh for subdued 'Jack Reacher' premiere
Paramount Pictures said Tom Cruise will return to Pittsburgh on Wednesday to screen “Jack Reacher” for fans “in the city that so graciously hosted the production of the film.” There will not be a red carpet, but Cruise will introduce the film.
Saturday's red carpet premiere was cancelled due to the Newtown, Conn., tragedy. “The filmmakers and Tom Cruise convey their heartfelt sadness and their deep condolences to the families during this time,” said the release from Paramount.
Details are not yet confirmed.
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