By in February 19, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve added scans of the full articles in the February issues of Mexican Cinemania and Portuguese Premiere to our gallery.  Enjoy them!{nl}Portuguese Premiere- February 2009{nl}{nl}Mexican Cinemania- February 2009{nl}



By in February 18, 2009 • Filed in: News

Tom driving the pace car at the Daytona 500 as well as his old ‘Days of Thunder’ car!



By in February 18, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}NOTE:  Scroll down to see many more HQ pics of Tom and the family at Disney this weekend, as well as pics of Tom at the Daytona 500!{nl}Hollywood royalty met Disney royalty at the Magic Kingdom over the weekend. On Saturday, Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes,kids Suri, 2, and Connor, 14, and Holmes’s parents visited the Walt Disney World theme park, where they met princesses Cinderella, Snow White and Aurora (a.k.a. Sleeping Beauty) at the Once Upon a Time Breakfast at Cinderella’s Royal Table restaurant. “Suri was wearing a yellow dress like Belle from Beauty and the Beast,” says a fellow diner. The family slipped into the restaurant relatively unnoticed as the princesses were being introduced to the crowd. “It was a family affair



By in February 18, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}{nl}{nl}{nl}”Men in Black” writer Ed Solomon has been hired to take a crack at “The Hardy Men,” a comic riff on the classic young-adult mystery novels about two brothers who solve crimes.Ben Stiller and Tom Cruise remain lined up to star, with “Night at the Museum” helmer Shawn Levy attached to direct.Stiller and Stuart Cornfield of Red Hour Films are producing with Bob Kosberg. Levy also is producing through his 21 Laps banner.The Hardy Boys adventures revolved around the mystery-solving efforts of teenagers Frank and Joe Hardy, amateur detectives who often helped their father, a private investigator.The film adaptation would explore the reunion of the estranged, grown-up brothers, who work together to solve a new mystery. The Fox 2000 comedy has been on many writers’ laptops during its 10-plus years in development, most recently that of “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” screenwriter Simon Kinberg.{nl}Source:  The Hollywood Reporter



By in February 18, 2009 • Filed in: News

Not great quality, but absolutely adorable none the less. You can see Suri feeding Tom and enjoying the rides with Mom, Dad and big brother Connor, as well as Tom at Daytona Speedway where he drove the pace car for the race.



By in February 17, 2009 • Filed in: News

Tom and Kate took Suri to Disney World, in Florida last weekend. You can enjoy the adorable pics of Suri dressed as a princess in our gallery. Katie’s parents were there too.{nl}At Walt Disney World- February 14th 2009{nl}



By in February 16, 2009 • Filed in: News

Here you have pics of Tom at the Daytona 500, driving the pace car. He was with Connor and with his father-in-law, Martin Holmes. We will be adding more pics in the next hours.{nl}Daytona 500- February 15th 2009{nl}



By in February 15, 2009 • Filed in: News

I met the boyish Hollywood hottie at Seoul where he was promoting his new film Valkyrie at a multiplex one freezing, minus four degrees evening. Cruise came accompanied by a dozen bodyguards, looking nothing like the eye-patch-wearing Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg in the film who plotted to kill German dictator Adolf Hitler; instead, he looked more Mission: Impossible and Top Gun, dashing and dazzlingly handsome even at 46. When he smiled, there was chaos and frenzy as young Korean female fans went hysterical. Girls called his name, they cried and jumped over each other to catch a glimpse of the actor; others luckier than the rest, hugged and kissed him, took pictures, and showered him with little gifts



By in February 13, 2009 • Filed in: News

DAYTONA BEACH — Actor Tom Cruise will drive the Chevrolet Camaro pace car at the start of Sunday’s Daytona 500. It’s a bit of a familiar scene for news, coming 19 years after his movie character Cole Trickle stormed Daytona in the movie, “Days of Thunder.” The invitation and acceptance was facilitated by NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick, who 19 years ago supplied the race cars used in that movie. Cruise was a guest of Hendrick’s this past December in New York City at the annual NASCAR awards banquet. With today’s announcement, the 51st running of the Daytona 500 has suddenly become fodder for the celebrity tabloids. Not only will Cruise attend, along with wife Katie Holmes, but Cruise’s ex-wife, and “Days of Thunder” co-star, Nicole Kidman will be here with husband Keith Urban, the country crooning Aussie who will perform a pre-race concert. In recent years, the Daytona 500 pace car has been driven by baseball half-of-famer Cal Ripken Jr., talk-show host Jay Leno, and racing legend Junior Johnson. NASCAR will insist that Cruise take some laps in the Camaro Sunday morning, to make sure he’s comfortable on the track. Also, Hendrick will ship two of his “Days of Thunder” cars to Daytona, and they will be on display during Sunday’s pre-race hours. {nl}Source: Cfnews13



By in February 12, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Denzel Washington and Tom Cruise will face off in a big-budget adaptation of “The Matarese Circle,” a thriller based on the novel by Robert Ludlum.{nl}Cruise is in final negotiations to take on the role of the Russian spy Vasili Taleniekov, mortal enemy of American intelligence operative Brandon Scofield, to be played by Washington.{nl}Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg (“Eastern Promises”) will direct the potential globetrotting franchise for MGM.{nl}The “Matarese” storyline follows two arch-enemies who are forced into a distrustful collaboration against a wide-reaching political conspiracy orchestrated by a mysterious organization called the Matarese.{nl}Ludlum drew inspiration from David Rockefeller’s Trilateral Commission in the 1970s. But Cronenberg and “Wanted” scribes Derek Haas and Michael Brandt have updated the timeframe from the Cold War to a contemporary setting.{nl}“Matarese” represents a return to the high-tech action milieu that served Cruise well in the “Mission: Impossible” franchise. He most recently starred in the World War Two thriller “Valkyrie,” which has grossed $139 million worldwide.{nl}Cruise, a partner in MGM’s United Artists division, had been considering several projects, including the Spyglass Entertainment thriller “The Tourist” and the Universal comedy “Food Fight.”{nl}MGM and independent financier Relativity Media spent about $4 million for the “Matarese” book and writer package in April, with Washington attached to star. Relativity is no longer involved in the project.{nl}Ludlum wrote a follow-up to “Circle” in 1997 called “The Matarese Countdown,” but MGM does not have the rights to it. the late author is a good gamble for MGM, especially with international draws on board like Washington and Cruise. The “Bourne” trilogy, also derived from Ludlum novels, grossed $945 million worldwide for Universal. Several other Ludlum properties are in development at Paramount, Universal and Summit. {nl}Source:  The Hollywood Reporter, MSNBC, Reuters