Did you catch producer/actor David Barckhoff's roles as a police officer in the Tom Cruise film, Jack Reacher, or as a basketball referee in Matt Damon's Promised Land? For his new Winston Churchill film which he is producing...
While THE MASTER may be cleaning up at the Venice Film Festival, many scientologists are doing all they can to protest the film, including reportedly harassing the film's distributors over at The Weinstein Company.
In 2005, I spent five days following Tom Cruise around the world. It sounds pretty amazing on paper, right? But in reality, the experience provided little more than a realization that the man who is arguably the world's most famous actor also seems to be playing a part when he's off the set as well - as Tom Cruise, the star.
If recent cover stories are any indication, Tom Cruise takes Scientology very seriously. So how did the actor react when his good friend, director Paul Thomas Anderson, showed him his new film based on the religion?
It's been a while since we've heard any news damning the world of Scientology. But now, a new article focusing on the controversial religion's attempts to get one of its most powerful a wife could be what finally brings it back into the limelight...and not in a good way.
Mike Finkelstein just traveled back in time to 1985. It was a wonderful age, filled with crazy club nights, rock stars, and the best music you could get your hands on! Oh, and he also got a flock of seagulls haircut…that was probably not the best choice…Here is his review of “Rock of Ages”.
Which is it - does Tom Cruise love to run in movies, or do moviemakers love to make Tom Cruise run? TIME Magazine put together a montage of Tom Cruise running that shows that one of these simply MUST be the case.
Yep... someone created a youtube channel called TrailerCats. Their first production? Take Tom Cruise's face in all of his scenes from the Mission Impossible 4 Ghost Protocol movie trailer - and replace them with the face of a cat. That talks. This took some work!
You may have been skeptical of another MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE film. You may have said it was not necessary, or that Tom Cruise was done, or that a director who's known for animation may not be the best choice for an entry of such a well known franchise.