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First Image Of Tom Cruise In Jack Reacher Never Go Back

You might expect the first new image of Tom Cruise as Jack Reacher from Never Go Back, the sequel to the eponymous 2012 film to show the man in question back in action, brawling or chasing someone. Instead, in one of the images released by People, he's doing a bit of moody balcony posing in New Orleans alongside Cobie Smulders.

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Never Go Back, adapted from Lee Child's 18th Reacher novel, which finds the tough vigilante returning to his old army headquarters, only to discover that he's been accused of a murder that went down 16 years ago. The reason he breaks the advice about not returning? He's there to help an Army Major (Smulders) who is accused of spying.


And from the looks of the image below, Reacher doesn't exactly endear himself to the locals. No real shock there, then.

As you might imagine from a Tom Cruise film – directed this time by his The Last Samurai collaborator Edward Zwick – the man himself was ready and up for anything on the action front.

"It's a pretty boring job to be Tom's stunt double," Zwick says. "He did all of his own stunts. It's almost a hallmark of what he does. He does every bit of it himself."

But according to the director, Smulders was right there with him. "She does it all herself, too. She didn't use a stunt double." Well, she is Maria Hill, after all.

With Austin Hebert, Patrick Heusinger, Aldis Hodge, Holt McCallany and Robert Knepper also in the cast, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back .


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