By in March 31, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}{nl}As you know from the gallery pics posted just below, Tom and Katie attended the gala celebrating of the opening of the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts on Saturday along with friends Steven Spielberg and George Lucas.  USC’s Dean, Elizabeth M. Daley is also pictured.  Tom and Katie were able to tour the first two buildings of what is planned to be a $175 million all-digital complex, slated to be finished by August 2010.{nl}Photographs Courtesy of Steve Cohn Photography and Variety.

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By in March 31, 2009 • Filed in: News

Here you have some pics of Tom attending the commemoration of USC’s 80th anniversary last Saturday.USC’s 80th Anniversary- March 28th 2009{nl}{nl}



By in March 30, 2009 • Filed in: News

Kate and Suri were seen leaving Le Pain Quotidien restaurant yesterday. Enjoy the pics in our gallery.Leaving Le Pain Quotidien Restaurant- March 29th 2009{nl}{nl}



By in March 29, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve added some lovely pics of Kate, Suri and Isabella visiting the Los Angeles County Museum of Art yesterday afternoon. Enjoy them!{nl}Visiting Los Angeles County Museum of Art – March 28th 2009{nl}



By in March 28, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Actor Bill Hader who was Les Grossman’s long suffering assistant in ‘Tropic Thunder’ was recently interviewed by Peter Travers of Rolling Stone about a new project.  About halfway through the video he talks about how much he enjoyed working with Tom!  Doesn’t everyone!!  You can check out the video at the link below.{nl}Video: Bill Hader on Tom{nl} 



By in March 27, 2009 • Filed in: News

Since it’s a bit quiet on the Tom front right now, we thought you would enjoy this video from Tom’s January 23rd interview with GMTV in the UK. Tom and Bryan Singer chat about Valkyrie and Tom also talks a bit about Suri and Kate. Enjoy it!



By in March 26, 2009 • Filed in: News

James Mangold is attached to direct the untitled romantic comedy formerly known as “Wichita” and “Trouble Man” at 20th Century Fox. It’s eyed as a potential pairing of Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. Scott Frank is working on a rewrite. Mangold’s Tree Line Films partner Cathy Konrad joins as producer with Joe Roth, Steve Pink and Todd Garner. Story revolves around a woman who has terrible luck with men but finds her path intertwined with that of a mysterious handsome man she meets on a blind date. The studio has been sweet on the two-hander for some time. Chris Tucker and Eva Mendes were attached last year along with director Tom Dey, but that incarnation fizzled. The script was originated by Patrick O’Neill, and prior drafts have been done by Frank and Dana Fox, who wrote the Diaz starrer “What Happens in Vegas” for Fox. Mangold last directed “Walk the Line” and “3:10 to Yuma.” Neither Cruise nor Diaz is formally attached, but the project is one of several films at various studios that Cruise is considering for his next star vehicle. Diaz just became attached to “Swingles,” a romantic comedy at Paramount. Cruise and Diaz appeared together in 2001’s “Vanilla Sky.” {nl}Source: Variety



By in March 23, 2009 • Filed in: News

 {nl}Enjoy these new pics of Tom from yesterday!  He was also spotted later in the day at Dodger Stadium watch the USA play in the World Baseball Championship.{nl}In LA- March 22nd 2009{nl}



By in March 23, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve added lovely pics of Kate and Suri arriving at The Children’s Art Studio in Santa Monica this morning to our gallery. David and Victoria Beckham’s sons were there too.Arriving At The Children’s Art Studio- March 22nd 2009{nl}



By in March 20, 2009 • Filed in: News

United Artists has hired Peter Horton to write and direct “Coal River,” an adaptation of the Michael Shnayerson book. Paul Haggis is producing through his Hwy 61 banner. The book by the Vanity Fair contributing editor focuses on a legal battle between environmentalists and the coal industry among Appalachian communities in West Virginia. The actor-turned-filmmaker is exec producer and director of NBC’s “The Philanthropist” and exec producer of the CW’s “Body Politic.” He has directed episodes of series including “Dirty Sexy Money,” “The Shield” and “Grey’s Anatomy.” Horton’s repped by WMA. {nl}Source: Variety