By in May 22, 2009 • Filed in: News

Tom and Connor attended  the 2009 NBA Playoffs between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Denver Nuggets at The Staples Center yesterday along with friends Jeffrey and Marilyn Katzenberg. You can enjoy lots of HQ pics in our gallery!Los Ageles Lakers vs Denver Nuggets- May 21st 2009{nl}

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By in May 21, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Katie and Suri attended the finale of ‘American Idol’ on Monday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles where finalists Adam Lambert and Kris Allen gave their final performances.  Kris Allen was crowned this years Idol on Tuesday.  Both girls are big fans of the show.



By in May 21, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Our Jada Yuan was in Washington this weekend for the city’s once-a-year, promlike media and political event: the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner. The speeches have been covered pretty comprehensively



By in May 20, 2009 • Filed in: News

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By in May 20, 2009 • Filed in: News

E! News did a little piece on Tom talking to Peter Bart and Peter Guber on ‘Storymakers’ about the possibility of working on Broadway at some point.  Let’s hope he finds something interesting to do soon!  It would be amazing to see Tom acting live on the stage!!  {nl}



By in May 20, 2009 • Filed in: News

Enjoy this special feature clip the new Valkyrie DVD/Blu-ray disc which is is in stores as of yesterday, May 19th.  Don’t forget to get your copy!! {nl}{nl}{nl}



By in May 19, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl} Here you have pics of Kate leaving the dance studio with Suri yesterday. Kate & Suri Leaving Dance Studio- May 18th 2009



By in May 19, 2009 • Filed in: News

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By in May 19, 2009 • Filed in: Interviews, News, Press

{nl}Tom Cruise has gone quiet lately in terms of the media, but that doesn’t mean he’s lost any of his fire. Indeed, Cruise knows he’s at a turning point: He’s determined to lock in his next two movies in the next two weeks and to reassert himself as the chief of United Artists.Yet I found him in a relaxed and garrulous mood last week and eager to compare war stories about the filmmaking business. Cruise shot a one-hour TV special called “Storymakers” with Peter Guber and myself where he made it very clear that, while many possibilities have beckoned, by no means was he putting the business of being a movie star on the back burner.Along the way Cruise acknowledged that someday he would like to find a movie to direct but understands that it would represent a considerable sacrifice both in terms of family time and movie-star time. He also said that Broadway held a lure now that he had shared his wife Katie’s experience making her bow in “All My Sons.” “The camaraderie among actors in the theater is enticing,” he said, as is the sheer energy of the Great White Way.Yet Cruise acknowledged that he was still a committed movie nut and has been since childhood. He cheerfully recalled sneaking into “The Godfather” as a little boy in Canada (his parents had barred him from seeing it because of its violence). “I would always go to movies alone as a kid,” he said. “I knew what I wanted to see and I planned my weekends and odd jobs around movie schedules.”Cruise realizes that he must have been a pain in the ass as a young actor and says he remains eternally grateful for those directors who endured his relentless questions and challenges. Harold Becker on “Taps” let him see dailies, the editor invited him to spend hours in the cutting room, the cinematographer explained lenses and camera angles. “I had to know it all,” Cruise reflects. “I had to understand the process.”Cruise’s almost manic dedication to “the process” is still evident, but he seems more relaxed about it. After committing to play the crazed studio chief in “Tropic Thunder” for Ben Stiller, Cruise spent three months prepping his lines and practicing movements in his fat suit. “I knew there was a good chance it wouldn’t work, but I needed to push the envelope,” he said. “The same for ‘Valkyrie.’ It was a risk. I’m passionate about my movies and that means taking risks.”Now 46, few stars have ranged as far and wide in their roles, from “Born on the Fourth of July” to “Rain Man,” or worked with such a wide range of major filmmakers, from Spielberg to Coppola to Kubrick. When Cruise commits to a project, his commitment has been stalwart



By in May 18, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Was Tom Cruise afraid to meet future co-star Dustin Hoffman?{nl}Cruise was intimidated — that’s true! The Hollywood heavyweights scored big as brothers in “Rain Man,” but years earlier, Tom admits he was too nervous to introduce himself. Cruise told AMC’s “Storymakers,” “I said, ‘I am not going to go up and say hello to him… He doesn’t want to be bothered.'”{nl}The “Valkyrie” actor reveals Hoffman actually came up to him first and said his name. Cruise adds, “I was like ‘S**t… This guy knows my name!”{nl}Hoffman told Cruise he wanted to make a movie with him. They made “Rain Man” in 1988 and the flick raked in four Oscars!{nl}Source:  Extra TV