By in April 24, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve added over 200 Collateral screencaps to the gallery. Enjoy them!! {nl}Collateral Screencaps{nl}


By in April 23, 2009 • Filed in: News

We’ve added lots of scans from different years to our gallery. From the promotion of The Last Samurai, Collateral… and many more. Enjoy them HERE.

By in April 22, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Tom Cruise is narrowing the prospects for his next film, but no matter which he chooses, he has single-handedly propped up the script doctoring biz: Studios have spent millions of dollars in rewrite fees to custom-tailor projects for the star. {nl}The frontrunners for his next film appear to be the Dream Works drama “Motorcade,” to be directed by Len Wiseman, followed by Spyglass remake “The Tourist” (with Charlize Theron), to be helmed by Bharat Nalluri, and Fox action comedy “Wichita” (with Cameron Diaz), which James Mangold will direct. Also still in the mix is MGM’s “The Matarese Circle,” which potentially matches Cruise with Denzel Washington and helmer David Cronenberg. {nl}No longer in the mix are Universal/Working Title romantic comedy “Lost for Words,” to be directed by Susanne Bier, and “The 28th Amendment,” the drama Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck will helm for Warner Bros. {nl}While screenwriters all over town have been taking haircuts on every deal, the script doctors in the Cruise derby have been making as much as $250,000 a week, for two to six weeks, as they hone projects with notes from Cruise. Those writers include Scott Frank, who has been revising the action comedy “Wichita” for Cruise to play an action hero; Richard Curtis, who beefed up “Lost for Words”; and Paul Attanasio, who is now rewriting the rewrite that “Matarese Circle” director Cronenberg delivered. {nl}Meanwhile, Billy Ray continues to hone “Motorcade” with notes from Cruise. Christopher McQuarrie is doing the same on “The Tourist,” which the writer is also producing. (Ray and McQuarrie are not technically script doctors because they’ve been writing these projects for months.) And Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci also did some reworking of “28th Amendment,” which they originally sold as a spec script in 1999.{nl}Source:  Michael Fleming, Variety

By in April 21, 2009 • Filed in: News

As some of you may have heard, several pictures of Suri’s Family Birthday party were taken by a paparazzi helicopter (we won’t mention the name of the agency) on Saturday.  The party was attended by family ONLY.  It was not a public event or in a public place.  It took place in the backyard where they assumed they had privacy.  They should have had privacy!  They were on their own private property for Heaven’s sake!!  When the helicopter flew over, Tom called the Beverly Hills Police Department, but unfortunately, they were unable to get their helicopter in the air quick enough to stop the offending paparazzi agency.{nl}WE HERE AT TOM CRUISE FOREVER WILL NOT POST THOSE PICTURES.  They are unfair, wrong and an invasion of the family’s privacy.   When Tom, Kate and the family are in public, they are fair game for the paparazzi, however, when they’re in their own backyard, it is our feeling (and the family’s feeling) that they should be afforded the privacy they, and every human being, deserve.  We will NOT support what this photographic agency did in any way.  {nl}Even though we realize some fans will choose to look at the pictures, we feel the need to take a stand in support of Tom and his family and do the moral thing.  The paparazzi crossed the line.  We will not support that.   

By in April 20, 2009 • Filed in: News

Today is our Anniversary!!  Four years ago today, Tom Cruise Forever was launched!!!! After 4 years, we’re not only the ultimate Tom Cruise fansite on the net, we are also the sweetest site, free from gossip, negativity and rumors, dedicated to our dear Tom!{nl}We’d like to thank to all the members who have joined us in the forum  during these past 4 years.  We thank you for your contributions on a daily basis with great comments, pictures and news. Thank you for being part of the community and thank you for helping us grow bigger everyday!  We love you!!  {nl}We’re so proud to say that we are one of the veteran fansites in the net these days. A LOT of work goes into this site everyday by our Administrators in order to keep the site very updated, but it’s totally worth it!{nl}For many many years to come!!{nl}THANK YOU ALL!!

By in April 17, 2009 • Filed in: News

This is an older video we’ve posted before of Tom flying his P51 Mustang ‘Kiss Me Kate’, but we thought Tom’s fans would enjoy seeing it again!!  {nl}The plane was originally called ‘Montana Miss’ and is registered as one of the few remaining Antique World War II P51 Mustang’s in the US that are still airworthy.{nl}The video is taken partially by Tom and partially by photographers at the Van Nuys Airfield where Tom houses his planes.    {nl}

By in April 17, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}Beautiful Suri celebrated her third birthday with a small gathering of friends and family at home in Los Angeles Thursday afternoon. {nl}Tom and Katie planned a princess-themed party for their daughter, which included a cake featuring Belle from Beauty and the Beast and a treasure hunt around the house for Suri and her friends.{nl}Tom and Katie wanted to keep the party small and just make it fun for Suri and her friends.{nl}HAPPY 3RD BIRTHDAY SURI WITH LOVE FROM THE FOREVER GANG!!     Source:  People, Access Hollwood, Other Sources

By in April 17, 2009 • Filed in: News

{nl}MGM/UA is releasing ‘Lions For Lambs’ on Blu-ray on May 19th.Extras include:Commentary by Director Robert RedfordThe Making of Lions for LambsScript to ScreenUA LegacyLions for Lambs Teaser Trailer and Lions for Lambs Trailer{nl}Source:  MGM/UA

By in April 16, 2009 • Filed in: News

Katie (and Tom’s) brother-in-law, Joseph Jeffrey Fretti (known as Jeff to family and friends), has passed away at the tender age of 48. He was visiting his mother Shirley in Sarasota, Florida along with their two children when he passed. The cause of death was heart failure. Jeff was a funeral director and owner of the J. Jeffrey Fretti Funeral home in Toledo, Ohio.  He was married to Kate’s sister Tami (Tamera), 41. Services are scheduled for Monday in Toledo. Our love and deepest sympathies go out to Tami and her children as well as the entire Fretti, Holmes and Cruise families. 

By in April 15, 2009 • Filed in: News

United Artists has acquired rights to and will develop “The Heartbreakers,” a girl-oriented project based on a popular young-adult novel, and will give it the new name of “Rules of Dating for Teenage Girls.”Jennifer Ross is in negotiations to write the script, with Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas attached to produce and Adelaide Scardino overseeing for the studio.”Rules of Dating” is based on a book by journalist-turned-novelist Pamela Wells, who published her debut novel “The Heartbreakers” in fall 2007. She followed that up a year later with a second novel, “Crushes,” that focused on many of the same characters.”Rules of Dating” centers on four best friends and their on-again, off-again dalliances with boys. After several of the girls are dumped, they devise a set of rules they are sure will snag any man and prevent future breakups. Those familiar with the project described it as a coming-of-age comedy with a girl-power streak.Ross, repped by Endeavor and Tom Sawyer Entertainment, is a postproduction veteran with credits on HBO’s “Sex and the City” and “Big Love,” among others.UA has a number of youth-oriented projects in development, including a remake of “Teen Witch,” the 1989 supernatural comedy starring Robyn Lively.Projects aimed at tween and young teen girls are in vogue in the wake of the massive success of properties like “Twilight” and the success this past weekend of “Hannah Montana: The Movie.” Bookseller stats, for instance, show overlap between “Twilight” and “Heartbreakers” consumers. {nl}Source:  The Hollywood Reporter{nl}