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The 'Jack Reacher' Franchise Is Looking For A TV Home And A New Reacher

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According to Business Insider, Lee Child, the author of the "Jack Reacher" book series has finally sided with his fans and agreed that Tom Cruise is not big enough in physical stature to play the character. Child told BBC Radio that the franchise is moving from the big screen to a TV series, likely on a streaming service. Child also confirmed that once the franchise moves, Cruise will no longer play the 6-foot tall character. Cruise, who is a producer on the franchise, will remain involved with the series.

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