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By in October 10, 2009 • Filed in: News

Enjoy these lovely pics of Katie, Suri and Mrs. Holmes strolling on Newbury Street yesterday afternoon,  after doing some shopping at Nike Town.  Check out Suri’s adorable rain boots!!  {nl}Kate & Suri Strolling in Boston with Kate’s Mom – October 9th 2009{nl}



By in October 9, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}We’ve added some incredible HQ pics of Tom performing a stunt on the set of ‘The Wichita Project” yesterday.  Filming in Boston- October 8th 2009{nl}We’e also added tons of HQ’s of Kate and Suri visiting him HERE.{nl}



By in October 9, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Tom’s girls were on hand on the set today to visit along with Katie’s Mom.  Enjoy the pics in our gallery. We’ll be adding more soon!  On the Set in Boston- October 8th 2009{nl}



By in October 8, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve added tons of HQ pics of Kate, Suri and Kate’s Mom, Kathleen Holmes, shopping at the Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall in Boston yesterday.Kate & Suri Strolling in Boston with Kate’s Mum- October 7th 2009{nl}



By in October 7, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Enjoy the pics of Tom’s visit to Harvard Law School yesterday in our gallery.Visiting Harvard Law School- October 5th 2009We’ve also added tons of new pics of Tom, Kate and Connor jogging in Boston on Sunday.Jogging in Boston- October 4th 2009



By in October 6, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Noted actor appears with Hollywood attorney Bertram Fields{nl}At 5pm on Monday, October 5, Prof. Bruce Hay’s Entertainment Law class began with a slight twist: renowned lawyer to the stars Bertram Fields ’52 was there to discuss his experiences in Hollywood.  But the real buzz began when, a little over 30 minutes later, Fields’ client Tom Cruise surreptitiously entered the classroom.  Immediately met by nervous giggles and huge goofy grins, he flashed his megawatt smile in return, waved, and announced that he was there to see Bert speak; after all, he’d never had a chance to hear him lecture before.Making his way to the very back row of the classroom, Cruise took a seat quietly amongst the other students, and assumed an attentive posture.  After quick, smiley glances in his direction, students resumed their normal classroom activities–they raised their hands and asked questions; they GChatted; they took notes; they browsed Net-a-Porter and Bergdorf Goodman.  From time to time they would steal a sidelong look at the glowing actor.  He would sometimes lean over and share a quiet joke with the student sitting next to him, who, except for these moments, kept her eyes politely trained on her computer.{nl}Throughout his discussion, Fields would refer questions back to Tom, and Cruise would also interject his own experiences.  He spoke about tabloid magazines and issues concerning the propriety of celebrity images, working with directors such as the late Stanley Kubrick, and the business of how the rating on movies gets set in the U.S. as opposed to in Europe.  When Fields responded to a student’s question by constructing a hypothetical in which Tom demanded that his cat be shipped to Boston as part of a contract, Tom interjected with, “I don’t actually have a cat.”  Throughout the two hours of class, there was a natural and comfortable exchange between Fields, Prof. Hay, Cruise, and the students.  At one point, Cruise referenced some of the characters he had played who had gone to Harvard Law School, notably Mitch McDeere, his role in the 1993 adaptation of John Grisham’s novel, “The Firm” . He joked that, when he was jogging, someone asked him if he had gone to Harvard Law.  He listened and responded to all student questions and comments, nodding in agreement many times, laughing at jokes at others.  Twice during the class, Fields paused to remember the name of a movie and a particular line, and students helped him out by yelling, “A Few Good Men!” and “You can’t handle the truth!” But things really got fun when class ended, and Cruise–waving and smiling–made his way to the front of the class to embrace Fields warmly.  By then, a bush fire of text messages, emails, and IMs had alerted the school that *TOM CRUISE!!!* was sitting nonchalantly in the back row of Langdell South, and the room was crowded with students who did not regularly attend this class.  Despite this, Cruise was gracious and charming, staying for an hour after class to speak intimately with the students.  He answered questions such as, “Is there a role you regret not taking?” (short answer: no) and explained the interaction between paparazzi and his three children.  As he put it, he does not want his children to be afraid of anything, and so he downplays the intrusion of paparrazi.  As young children often do, his daughter Suri has, according to Cruise, some comical responses.  For example, she will sometimes throw down her hands and say “Why is this person following me?” and has responded to encroachments on her privacy by raising a hand and declaring, “Personal space!”  Cruise probably gave more time to HLS students than many professors are able to after class.  Sharing advice, stories, high fives, handshakes, hugs, and even at one point an impromptu dance, he made this early autumn evening at HLS an especially entertaining one for all students lucky enough to greet him in person.{nl}Source:  Harvard Law Record{nl} 



By in October 6, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz invite special needs students to Bridgewater movie set{nl}Now it can be told. Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz slipped in and out of Bridgewater seemingly undetected last month when they filmed a scene from their new movie.{nl}But it turns out that some local fans were able to enjoy a secret encounter with the Hollywood superstars. Seventeen special needs students from Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High School were treated to a private face-to-face meeting with Cruise and Diaz in a movie tent in the cornfield off Curve Street on the night of Sept. 24, hours before filming began.{nl}“It was, like, phenomenal,” said student Lauren Matta, 19, of Bridgewater. “They couldn’t have been any nicer. They were so kind to us.”{nl}The students, who attend the life skills class at the high school, were introduced to Cruise and Diaz, then photographed individually with them. After that, they were treated to ice cream, cupcakes, brownies and candy in the tent.{nl}Student Amanda Thomas, 20, of Bridgewater, described the night as “awesome, fantastic, full of energy.”{nl}The once-in-a-lifetime opportunity came about when Lynn Temme, an aide in the classroom, was reading a newspaper article about plans for the filming.{nl} 



By in October 6, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Hollywood honeys Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes continued their quest to charm Bostonians one handshake or photo at a time this weekend when they dropped into Bricco in the North End for dinner.{nl}The toothsome Tinseltown twosome, who are in town whilst Tom films “The Untitled Wichita Project” with Cameron Diaz, dined upstairs at Bricco and seemed to particularly enjoy a special order that pasta chef Johnny Caruso sent out to them, according to North Ender Jerry Maffeo .{nl}“They really loved it,” Jerry told the Track . “Then, when they came downstairs, they took pictures with the staff and they shook hands with everybody. He even called all the chefs out of the kitchen and took pictures with them, too.”{nl}Which, once again, proves the Track’s theory that the bigger they are, the nicer they are . . .{nl}“And then Tom shook hands with everybody outside on the sidewalk,” said the star-struck Maffeo. He was so nice. Honest to God, you don’t see celebrities like that. And her? What an elegant, elegant woman!”{nl}Source:  Boston Herald