OT VII Tom Cruise performs some of his own stunts when filming Mission: Impossible movies and never lets you hear the end of it. This one, however, sounds impressive: Cruise recently revealed to USA Today that he held his breath for over six minutes while filming an underwater scene for the upcoming Mission: Impossible 69 (I assume).
John Travolta, who was heavily featured in HBO's Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, has finally spoken out about the shocking documentary exposé. When asked by the Tampa Bay Times yesterday if he'd seen the film, he said, "No, I haven't, and I don't really care to." He thinks Scientology is "beautiful."
HBO's adaptation of Lawrence Wright's Church of Scientology exposé Going Clear made its Sundance debut yesterday, reportedly to a floored audience. Beyond explaining the convoluted history of the faith, Alex Gibney's documentary also takes aim at the celebrities caught in the church's quarrelsome whirlwind.
His perma-smiling eyes might indicate otherwise, but Tom Cruise is not happy about Life & Style and In Touch's allegations in 2012 that he abandoned his daughter in favor of Xenu after Joey Potter—sorry, Katie Holmes—filed for divorce. He filed a lawsuit for libel against parent company Bauer Publishing, but as recent leaked documents reveal, that $50 million payout isn't going to come without a fight.
To commemorate the 51st birthday of Thetan Master and extraordinary lover Tom Cruise, we've taken on the enormous task of cobbling together videos of Hollywood's strangest alien just being...normal. Sure, it’s easy to find crazy clips from Scientology videos, Matt Lauer interviews, and Oprah’s couch, but what about the real Thomas Cruise Mapother IV, the private guy who loves cooking spaghetti carbonara, flying planes, and fencing? What’s that guy doing tonight? Probably the same thing the rest of us would do on our first birthday after a public and messy divorce: enjoying a quiet normal night in.