An ex-Scientologist is claiming the fringe church that claims Tom Cruise as its highest-profile member forced her to have an abortion.
What would Freud say about Charlie Sheen, Alec Baldwin, Christian Bale, Mel Gibson, Russell Crowe, Tom Cruise, Bill O’Reilly, Michele Bachmann, Ann Coulter, and Randy Quaid?
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ divorce is already settled. Maybe that’s because the details of the divorce were already spelled out in the original contract of their sham marriage!
Tom Cruise wants you to believe that he can kick six guys’ asses, all while never having his flannel untuck. I, for one, believe him … Scientology is a helluva martial art.
Tom Cruise is back on the market, but if his history holds he won’t be there for long. What better way to celebrate Tom Cruise’s 50th birthday than ranking the likelihood of his bedding a variety of 20-somethings?
Anderson Cooper has revealed: “The fact is, I’m gay.” He clearly has bigger balls than Tom Cruise.
Still not a believer in Scientology? You clearly haven’t watched the right YouTube videos.
Another hot wife, another divorce. Examine all the assets Tom Cruise is losing this time.
With the not-so-shocking news of of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ divorce, it’s time for his sham of pretending to be a straight dude with a gorgeous lady on his arm every time he walks on the red carpet needs to come to a crashing halt. You’re gay, Tom. Man up!
Tom Cruise lip-synchs to Bob Seger in his underwear and bangs Rebecca De Mornay on a train in this raunchy (and terrific) comedy that helped turn its young lead thespian into a movie star.
Christian Slater gets the story of the centuries in Neil Jordan’s flawed but fascinating adaptation of Anne Rice’s novel starring Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and Kirsten Dunst.
The holidays are kicking in with Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Carnage, Corman’s World and an early IMAX release for Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.
Brad Bird delivers an impressive and highly satisfying thrill ride with this fourth installment in the Mission: Impossible series.
No one can turn love into a battlefield quite like Hollywood. Here are a few films where marriage isn’t so much a contract of mutual compassion but a source of heavy (and we do mean heavy) conflict.