Tom Cruise pulls out of ‘The 28th Amendment’April 23rd, 2009 - 4:19 pm ICT by ANI
Washington, Apr 23 (ANI): Hollywood actor Tom Cruise has pulled out of political thriller ‘The 28th Amendment’, because its plot is too similar to another upcoming flick ‘Motorcade’.
The ‘Vanilla Sky’ actor was reportedly signed up for the flick about a U.S. president who uncovers plans to kill him, reports Contactmusic.
Tom turned down the role, as he wanted to act in Motorcade, which is about a terrorist group plotting to attack the U.S. president, according Moviehole.net.
The site also revealed that Tom has rebuffed an offer to play a Hollywood actor who falls for his Chinese director in romantic comedy ‘Lost for Words’.
Meanwhile, it was being reported that Tom would be teaming up with John Travolta for a remake of ‘Butch Cassidy’. (ANI)
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