James Mangold's currently-in-production, Boston-based flick formerly known as
"Wichita," starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz, has undergone a name switcheroo.
The new title? It's "Knight & Day," according to Variety.

"Knight & Day" follows Cruise as a secret agent who pops in and out of the life of a
single woman played by Diaz.

Principal filming for the made-in-Boston spy flick "Knight & Day," starring Cruise, Diaz,
Paul Dano, Maggie Grace and Marc Blucas, kicked off on Tuesday, Sept. 15 at the
Worcester Regional Airport. Locations outside of Massachusetts include Spain, Austria
and the tropics.

In addition to the filming on Rutherford Avenue in Charlestown on Saturday, Oct. 17,
crews with Tom Cruise's spy-comedy flick "Knight & Day" set up shop for a night shoot
scheduled for sometime this week near the Target located at 101 Commerce Way,
with production set up at the end of Cabot Street, in Woburn.

Speaking of Cruise, word is that his wife Katie Holmes enrolled daughter Suri into
Catholic pre-school, the Yawkey Center for Early Education and Care in Dorchester, for
a three-month stint while Cruise films in Boston.
Tom Cruise's 'Wichita' renamed 'Knight and Day'
by Roland Hansen
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