The latest report coming from 'Valkyrie' stated that the drama thriller movie about Hitler's murder attempt will be heading back to North America for the reshooting of several scenes.
Back in early April, the controversial drama thriller "Valkyrie" has undergone schedule changes with the moving back of its release date. Since then, any reports from the movie starring Tom Cruise was unheard of. But, recently there is a new report bursting out. It suggested that the flick is going back to resume its production to do several re-shooting of major scenes.
First to come out with the news was Variety editor-in-chief Peter Bart. He wrote in his blog that Cruise will fly to North Africa to film three vital scenes of the tidbit. The article containing possible spoiler read, "Cruise will be shooting three scenes in North Africa within the next three weeks. In one, his character, Col. Claus Von Stauffenberg, is badly injured but survives, a key moment in the film's first act."
Teaming up "Superman Returns" director Bryan Singer with Cruise, "Valkyrie" picks up the story of the operation to bring down the Nazi regime. It centers the story on German Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg who joined the German Resistance and made a complex plan to kill the Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in his bunker. This movie was scheduled to hit theaters on October 3, 2008, but has been delayed to February 13, 2009.