TOM Cruise has reportedly not seen his daughter for years, a report claims. By Nicole Douglas Friday, October 05, 2018 Tom Cruise has reportedly not seen daughter Suri in years [Getty] Mission Impossible actor Tom Cruise has not seen his daughter Suri for years because she is not being raised as a Scientologist, US Weekly claims. The 56-year-old actor, who is a renowned supporter of the body of religious beliefs, has allegedly not contacted 12-year-old Suri for years, on account of the way she’s being raised. A source told the publication: “Every person is allowed to see their child if they wanted to. He chooses not to because she is not a Scientologist.” Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise divorced back in 2012 [Getty] Tom Cruise is a huge ambassador of Scientology [Getty] Cruise and his third wife Katie Holmes … [Read more...] about Tom Cruise hasn’t seen daughter Suri, 12, for YEARS as she ‘is not a Scientologist’
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David James Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt in the film, "Mission: Impossible - Fallout." (David James) Related Links Tom Cruise says we all better gear up for 'Top Gun 2' Cruise goes heavy on punches, light on stunts in 'Jack Reacher: Never Go Back' MoviePass customers are outraged because they couldn't see 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' over the weekend Movie review: 'Fallout' may be the best 'Mission: Impossible' yet and it's a wild ride SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s favorite Tom Cruise movie from the last three decades is so shocking, you might say it was impossible. But it isn't “Mission Impossible.” Surprisingly, it isn't even “Mission: Impossible II,” even though the film’s opening scene was filmed in Moab and features Cruise free-climbing and hanging by one hand over a ledge. ”Rather, “The Mummy” proved to be the Beehive State’s favorite Cruise movie, with Nevada and Alabama also citing the 2017 … [Read more...] about Utah’s favorite Tom Cruise movie is …
Did you know that if Tom Cruise stops running, he dies? Well not exactly, but if he runs less, his movies do worse at the box office. Really. It’s science. A study from the folks at Rotten Tomatoes have figured out that the amount that Cruise runs in his movies correlate with how good the movies are — and how well they do at the box office. It began as an internet meme pointing out, Tom Cruise sure does run in movies a lot, doesn’t he? But then the actor went on to put it in his Twitter bio (“running in movies since 1981,” it proclaims) and videos compiling all of the scenes of Tom Cruise running hit the web. Now, following the release of Cruise’s latest and most running-est movie yet, Mission Impossible: Fallout, Rotten Tomatoes has released a totally legitimate study proving that the more Cruise runs, the better his movies do. And by their painstaking methodology, you’d have to believe it was true. In the report, which you can find here, … [Read more...] about The More Tom Cruise Runs, The Better His Movies Do, According to Science
Tom Cruise is officially back in action.After underwhelming receipts from “American Made,” “The Mummy” reboot, and “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back,” Cruise’s latest blockbuster, “Mission: Impossible – Fallout,” signals a return to form for a movie star who needs to prove he’s still profitable as he nears his sixth decade on the planet.With $153 million globally — including $61.5 million in North America and $92 million internationally — the newest installment in the “Mission: Impossible” franchise marked a series best opening. Prior to that, “Mission: Impossible II” boasted the biggest debut at $57.8 million, not adjusted for inflation, while the last iteration, “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation,” launched with $55.5 million. 23 PHOTOS Tom Cruise stunt moments See Gallery Tom Cruise stunt moments SEVILLE, SPAIN - JUNE 16: Actor Tom Cruise rides a … [Read more...] about ‘Mission: Impossible’: Is Tom Cruise irreplaceable?
It was back in 2011 that a tiny budget Dutch indie released that may very well prove to be the launching point of a pair of the more significant talents not only out of the Netherlands but the entire new generation of European talent. That film was Rabat, a critically acclaimed festival darling following a trio of friends driving from Holland to Morocco to deliver a taxi to a friend. One of Rabat's stars is Marwan Kenzari - an early performance in a career that now has him appearing opposite Tom Cruise in The Mummy, Noomi Rapace in What Happened To Monday, and Kenneth Branagh in Murder On The Orient Express, to say nothing of his starring role as Jafar in the upcoming live action Aladdin - but the real point of interest here is less the film's cast than it's directors. Rabat was a co-directed affair. One of its helmers was Jim Taihuttu who would later make waves with his fantastic crime thriller Wolf. The second director is Victor Ponten, who now makes his own solo debut with what … [Read more...] about The Beautiful Game Takes A Dark Turn In CATACOMBE