‘Valkyrie’ continues to do well during it’s third week of release.  Over the weekend ending January 11th, ‘Valkyrie’ scored an additional 6.66 million dollars in box office receipts in 2838 locations.  The total cume is a healthy 71.51 million dollars.   ‘Valkyrie’ will begin spreading out to international markets very soon and we’ll keep watching the box office numbers climb!{nl}CONGRATULATIONS TO TOM, BRYAN, CHRIS, THE CAST, CREW AND EVERYONE AT UA/MGM!  {nl} 

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 13 January 2009 | Filed under News
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In true celebrity fashion Tom Cruise made sure to make an entrance by arriving late to the Golden Globes and Mary Hart wants to know why.Always the gentleman, Tom takes a moment to plead his case to ET.Watch the video to see Tom’s fashionably late arrival.

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 12 January 2009 | Filed under News
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After Kate completed her last performance of ‘All My Sons’ in NYC she hopped on a plane and reunited with Tom in LA..  In our gallery, you’ll find pics of them leaving The Sunset Tower Hotel Golden Globes after party.{nl}Golden Globes After Party- January 11st 2009{nl}

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 12 January 2009 | Filed under News
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As we promised we’ve added tons of pics of Tom on The Golden Globes red carpet and onstage presenting the final award. More pics will be added throughout the day.  Enjoy them!{nl}Golden Globes- January 11st 2009{nl}

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 12 January 2009 | Filed under News
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Although he didn’t win the award for Best Supporting Actor, Tom looked dapper and as handsome as always at The Golden Globes.  Check back often in the coming hours.  Pictures of the red carpet, the awards and the after parties will be added to our gallery as soon as possible.  {nl}

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 12 January 2009 | Filed under News
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As you know, today is the last day for ‘All My Sons’ on Broadway. Here you have some pics of Katie with Suri heading to the theater today for her final perfomance.  Shortly after the show, she will be heading to LA to join Tom at the Golden Globe after parties.  Enjoy the pics!!{nl}Kate & Suri Heading To The Theater- January 11st 2009{nl}

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 12 January 2009 | Filed under News
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{nl}Cocktails: Possible {nl}Although he was nominated for a Golden Globe for his profanely hilarious Hollywood player in Tropic Thunder, Tom Cruise had charm to spare at a pre-awards cocktail party Friday for T: The New York Times Style Magazine at LA’s Chateau Marmont.{nl}MORE FROM THE PARTIES AT CHATEAU MARMONT AND THE BUFFALO CLUB ON FRIDAY AND ADDITIONAL PARTIES ON SATURDAY here{nl}Source: People Magazine

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 12 January 2009 | Filed under News
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Tom attended CAA’s Pre-Golden Globes party at The Buffalo Club in Santa Monica along with a whole host of Hollywood luminaries on Friday evening.  Since Kate is working in New York, Tom attended with Chris McQuarrie and his wife.  In the video you can see Tom arriving at the event. {nl}Source of video:  E! Online {nl}

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 12 January 2009 | Filed under News
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{nl}From the ethical imperatives of assassinating Hitler to toilet-training his kids, Tom Cruise comes over all authentic to Christine Jackman. {nl}Tom Cruise is sequestered in one of the famously discreet bungalows of the Beverly Hills Hotel, pondering the complexities of the star system and shaking his head at the crazy kind of love he attracts these days. But not like that. Cruise has little interest in discussing the sorts of stars for which Hollywood is renowned, or even those who have shacked up at these luxurious digs on Sunset Boulevard over the years, so famous they can be identified by first name alone:  John and Yoko, Marilyn, Liz. No, the kind of star system Tom Cruise is discussing today is the one employed by parents as an incentive for their children during toilet-training. And the crazy love is the sort parents receive from, and return to, their offspring.  “You can’t articlulate that love,” he says.”I couldn’t wait to be a father, couldn’t wait to have children. But you can’t articulate how it will change the way you look at the world, how you look at a film, how things will affect you in a different way … “I could stay up for 48 hours working on a movie. But when you stay up 48 hours looking after your children, it’s a different level of commitment. It’s just different, that level of care.”{nl}There’s something about the way Cruise talks, the intensity with which he engages, how every second phrase seems to hang in the air in italics, that compels me to nod enthusiastically – even as my inner cynic is shrieking: “Sure, Mr Mega Star, as if you pull the night shifts when your kid’s teething.” {nl}But then the conversation turns to toilet training. And here, it must be said, Cruise knows his stuff. So far, he says, he and wife Katie Holmes have been eschewing star charts and other reward systems for twoanda-half-year-old daughter Suri. Instead, they’re opting for the “potty in the room”, another popular approach about which not much more information is needed. {nl}”And we’re using the potty books,” he elaborates, referring to a particular genre of infant fiction where a happy ending is heralded by lots of triumphant waving of toilet paper. “The potty books are really good for getting them excited about it. You know, she’s taking the diaper off, getting ready.”  There’s no faking this sort of stuff.

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 12 January 2009 | Filed under News, Valkyrie Interviews
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{nl}{nl}{nl}{nl}{nl}{nl} {nl}{nl}A bungalow suite at the Beverly Hills Hotel is salmon pink, oak-floored and costs $1,200 a night. The one I’m sitting in also has an incongruous open fireplace, a Yamaha grand piano and french doors leading to a private garden, which is bathed in winter sunshine. {nl}‘Hey!’ shouts Tom Cruise as he steps in to join me.{nl}’I grew up wanting to kill Hitler’, says Tom Cruise who plays Count Claus von Stauffenberg in Valkyrie, the true story of a group of German officers who plotted to assassinate Hitler in 1944{nl}‘I’ve been in this suite before! Katie and me stayed in this very room! Just a night in a hotel. We had a great time. Yes, this place brings back memories.’{nl}I don’t know what is more remarkable; one of the world’s most iconic actors arriving bang on time, or talking about a memorable night in a hotel room with his wife Katie Holmes, or inspecting my tape machine helpfully to make sure it is working, or serving me drinks. {nl}‘A water? OK, coming up,’ he says, grabbing a bottle from a sideboard ludicrously overstocked in readiness to satisfy Cruise’s every whim.{nl}You don’t really need an introduction

Posted by Tom Cruise Forever Staff on 11 January 2009 | Filed under News, Valkyrie Interviews
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