By in March 6, 2010 • Filed in: News

Twentieth Century Fox is moving up the release of Tom Cruise-Cameron Diaz starrer “Knight & Day” by one week, from July 2 to June 25, in order to get a jump on possible competish. {nl}Chiefly, “Knight & Day” has more time in theaters before Christopher Nolan’s Leonardo DiCaprio topliner “Inception” bows on July 16, followed by Angelina Jolie starrer “Salt,”directed by Phillip Noyce, on July 23. “Inception” is from Warners; “Salt,” from Sony. {nl}Also, “Knight & Day” gets five days before Summit releases “Twilight: The Eclipse.” While not direct competish, “Eclipse” will take up plenty of oxygen. {nl}Directed by James Mangold, “Knight & Day” tells the story of a small-town woman who thinks she’s met the man of her dreams. But as time goes by, she comes to suspect he’s a rogue spy. Pic also stars Peter Sarsgaard.  {nl}Source:  Variety{nl} 

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By in March 6, 2010 • Filed in: News

Katie and Suri were spotted shopping in Pacific Palisades yesterday after Suri’s ballet class.  Enjoy tons of HQ’s in our gallery.Kate & Suri Ballet and Shopping in LA- March 4th 2010{nl}



By in March 5, 2010 • Filed in: News

Enjoy these pics of Tom at the 5th Annual ‘Oscar Wilde: Honoring The Irish In Film’ held at the {nl}Wilshire Ebell Theatre last night.5th Annual ‘Oscar Wilde: Honoring The Irish In Film’- March 4th 2010{nl}{nl}



By in March 5, 2010 • Filed in: Knight & Day, News

The first international posters for Tom’s new movie “Knight and Day” are coming out. We’ve just added the German one and two Asian versions. {nl}Knight & Day – Posters, Ads & Covers{nl}{nl} 



By in March 4, 2010 • Filed in: News

Tom Cruise, Tim Roth and Brian O’Byrne, will be presenters at the fifth annual “Oscar Wilde: Honoring The Irish in Film” pre-Academy Awards party, Thursday, March 4, 2010 at the Ebell of Los Angeles. {nl}The US-Ireland Alliance, a non profit organization that fosters ties between the US and Ireland, will honor multi-award-winning screenwriter, producer and director J.J. Abrams, cinematographer Seamus McGarvey, and actress Saoirse Ronan at the intimate, casual awards ceremony that has become a must-have ticket on the Thursday night before the Academy Awards. {nl}Tom Cruise will present the Oscar Wilde to J.J. Abrams. It was recently announced that Tom will star in, and J.J. will produce, Mission Impossible IV for Paramount. The pair worked together on Mission Impossible III, which starred Mr. Cruise and was directed by Mr. Abrams. Mr. Cruise was most recently seen in Valkyrie and will next be seen this summer, in the action-comedy Knight and Day with Cameron Diaz. Mr. Cruise has starred in nearly 40 films with more than a dozen of them earning more than $100 million. He has been nominated for an Academy Award three times, for Magnolia, Jerry Maguire, and Born on the Fourth of July. {nl}Source:  US-Ireland Alliance



By in March 2, 2010 • Filed in: News

{nl}In December of 2008, shortly after receiving a Golden Globe nomination for his turn as hirsute studio chief Les Grossman in “Tropic Thunder,” Tom Cruise revealed that he and the film’s writer/director/star Ben Stiller were kicking around ideas to do another project with the Grossman character.{nl}”Ben and I are always talking about what we can do with Les,” Cruise told MTV News at the time. “Do we do some viral video with Les?”{nl}We haven’t heard any movement on this possibility, so when we had a chance to speak with Stiller while he was promoting his upcoming indie, “Greenberg,” we put the question to him. Anything shaking with the Grossman project?{nl}”We’re playing around with ideas for a Les Grossman something,” Stiller said. “Maybe a movie, maybe some Internet stuff. I love that character and Tom, I think, is just insanely funny doing that guy. And I think he’s game for it too.”{nl}Is this just idle talk from Stiller? Or have their ideas for Grossman morphed from a few Internet shorts to an actual theatrical spin-off? We’ll remain cautiously optimistic and simply be happy knowing that Stiller and Cruise are still keeping alive the idea of resurrecting the classically pompous and foul-mouthed Grossman character a year and a half after “Tropic Thunder” opened.{nl}Source:  MTV



By in March 2, 2010 • Filed in: News

The Night Before Party is one of the starriest events of Oscar week, but it’s already too late to get tickets for Saturday’s Beverly Hills Hotel benefit soiree, which has sold out, according to Motion Picture and Television fund CEO Ken Scherer.Hosted by MPTF chair Jeffrey Katzenberg, the event serves as the largest fund-raiser for the MPTF, and is expected to raise upwards of $5 million dollars.”It sets the tone for the year’s fund-raising,” said Scherer. “It’s a way to engage young Hollywood, and have them be more aware of the fund.”The party is planned for the covered pool area, but can be moved inside if it’s as rainy as it was in 2008. “We have a backup plan if need be,” says Scherer.Confirmed guests include host committee members such as Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, George Clooney and Sean Penn, as well as Oscar nominees Colin Firth, Morgan Freeman, Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep and Sandra Bullock, who is both a nominee and a host.Michael Mina is the featured chef for the event. Presenting sponsors Hewlett Packard, Target and L’Oreal have a range of thank you gifts planned for guests: products from L’Oreal, Lancome and Kiehl’s as well as Target guest designer Zac Posen’s bowties and cummerbunds for the gents and dresses, bodysuits and scarves for the ladies. Variety is also a sponsor of the event, which helps the MPTF provide programs and services for 60,000 industry members each year. {nl}Source:  Variety



By in February 27, 2010 • Filed in: News

We’ve added some really cute pics of Bella and Connor when they were really young to our gallery. Check it out!Bella and Conor Old PicsThanks to our dear member Joanafan!



By in February 25, 2010 • Filed in: News

Colin recently spoke to Cindy Adams fom the New York Post and had this to say about our dear Tom, his ‘Minority Report’ co-star:{nl}”First day of shooting, when we were doing ‘Minority Report,’ I got so nervous. I was dying of nerves. But, then, you meet and talk to him and realize he’s just a normal guy living in ridiculous circumstances. OK, he doesn’t worry about mortgages and ‘Can I pay for a new car?,’ but he has the same natural concerns normal people have and he hurts in the same way. I mean, Tom Cruise is a really good bloke.” {nl} {nl}Thanks Colin!



By in February 24, 2010 • Filed in: News

{nl}Tom was spotted in LA yesterday. Enjoy the pics in the gallery!In LA- February 23th 2010