October 26, 2012 |
Uh -oh. This time it's serious. Tie up the hosses, herd the women and children indoors, load that rifle, and get out in the road. Tom Cruise is suing the publisher of two magazines that said he had abandoned 6-year-old daughter Suri following his separation and divorce from Katie Holmes . His rep, Bert Fields , said he filed a lawsuit in an L.A. court seeking $50 million from German guys Bauer Media, publishers of celeb-rags In...
July 22, 2012 |
Newly divorced Tom Cruise is determined to minimize the impact that his split from Katie Holmes will have on their 6-year-old daughter, Suri, reports People magazine. "He's going to try, despite all the attention, to have things be as normal as possible," Anon Source tells the mag. Cruise, who has been filming in California, visited New York on Tuesday and did normal dad-daughter things, like climbing into a helicopter for a jaunt somewhere. "It's going to be challenging," Source says.
July 11, 2012 |
Expect to gorge on months of sleazy TomKat divorce news? Wise up: That most awesome breakup circus sideshow is tragically over. Katie Holmes ' lawyer, Jonathan Wolfe , on Monday said the duo had reached a civil, perhaps even pleasant solution to their sham, er, loving marriage. What's more, in a joint statement TomKat masterfully shut down all the chatter about the fate of daughter Suri , 6, whose level of exposure to Tom's faith, Scientology, was an issue in the breakup.
July 4, 2012 |
Is the Church of Scientology to blame for the collapse of the TomKat corporeal merger? The Los Angeles Times says Dawson's Creek sweetie turned Tom Cruise vassal Katie Holmes , 33, left her man in part because she felt the church controlled her life. Literally: Celebuzz says TomKat's household staff is handpicked by the church, which also dictates Tom's work decisions. Things came to a head, says TMZ, when Tom insisted their daughter, Suri , 6, be sent to live at Sea Org, a reportedly boot-camplike center where kids get an intensive course in L. Ron Hubbard 's teachings.
July 3, 2012 |
IT MUST HAVE been hard living in the shadow of "Mission: Impossible" star Tom Cruise. But the proverbial final straw, the thing that may have prompted Katie Holmes to file for divorce from Cruise, may have been the latter's reported insistence on sending the couple's daughter, Suri, to a boot-camp-style program designed to indoctrinate her in the teachings of Scientology. Cruise is said to be a big fan of Sea Org, as it's known. Humph. Ain't no man worth all that. If reports that that is what's behind the split are accurate, it's no wonder why Katie Holmes finally packed her things and moved into a new New York City apartment with her 6-year-old daughter.
June 30, 2012 |
All the celebrisphere is abuzz with the sad yet long-expected news. Katie Holmes, 33, and Tom Cruise, 49, are divorcing, according to People mag and their reps. Reports from the front say she's hired a lawyer, filed the papers on Thursday — five days before the guy turns 50 — and wants sole custody of their daughter, Suri, 6. That renewed the notion, passed along by TMZ.com, that Katie didn't want Suri to get involved in Tom's Scientology (to which, BTW, Kate did convert). Poor Tom. He was evidently clueless about Katie's intentions, according to TMZ As evidence, the Web site ran pics of the two strolling hand in hand in Iceland just two weeks ago, with smiles that suggest no impending nastiness.
June 15, 2012 |
Tom Cruise was in New York this week to do something besides promote "Rock of Ages. " He received the fourth-ever Friars Club Entertainment Icon Award, placing him in the same company as Douglas Fairbanks, Cary Grant and Frank Sinatra — so the Friars don't give them out to often. Best of all, Tom didn't have to listen to a bunch of old Catskill comics make fun of him. The evening was all about how great Cruise is. Alec Baldwin presided at the Waldorf-Astoria, where speakers included such former co-stars as Cuba Gooding Jr. and Kevin Pollak.
June 30, 2011 |
Forget the Actors Studio: It doesn't get more Method than Tom Cruise , says Jon Bon Jovi . The rocker tells celeb TV show Extra that Suri 's papa was really nervous about playing a rock star in his new pic, Rock of Ages , an adaptation of Chris D'Arienzo 's Broadway musical. Tom really wanted to be that man, man. So the Cocktail star turned to Bon Jovi for some schooling. "[Cruise] and I actually went out and he was very intense about 'How do you do this?
April 1, 2011 |
From life to art and back to life and back again to art: Such is the merry-go-round, the mise en abyme of life in our Twitterific post-post-pre-modern era. Ask Arnold Schwarzenegger . California's former boss says he is keeping his media title, The Governator , in his post-political, re-thespian era: Arnold plans to star as an animated superhero named The Governator. "The word Governator combined two worlds: the world of politics and the movie world," Arnold, 63, tells Entertainment Weekly.
September 8, 2010 |
Jerry Lee Lewis turns 75 on Sept. 29. But he's not ready to retire. "I could have retired a long time ago," the self-described "Southern boy" tells USA Today. He punches his fist in the air: "I keep rockin'!" Lewis, who divorced his sixth wife in '05, says he probably won't marry again. And even though his songs were once called the devil's music, Lewis says he's still "a religious man. . . . I never lost my connection, and I'm looking forward to going to heaven.