Connor performed during Emirates Stakes Day at Flemington Racecourse on November 9, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.
Tom was spotted at Chateau Marmont in LA yesterday.
TomCruise.com has announced that ‘Mission Impossible 5′ director Christopher McQuarrie has launched “#MI5Diary”. He’ll be tweeting throughout the entire Mission Impossible 5 pre-production, filming and premiere experience, including production and behind-the-scenes updates, cast and crew announcements and more.
You can follow Christopher here: @ChrisMcQuarrie.
Thanks to Chistopher McQuarrie and Tom’s official Twitter we know they’re both scouting Mission Impossible 5 locations in London. These are their tweets:
We are looking forward to seeing which places they’ll choose for the new adventures of Ethan Hunt.
Enjoy pics of Connor Cruise DJing at Rihanna’s official after-party held at ORO nightclub in at the Hard Rock Hotel in the Dominican Republic yesterday HERE.
We’ve updated the gallery with pics of Tom from years 2003 and 2004.
‘All The Right Moves’ celebrates it’s big 30 anniversary this week.
Tom plays Stefen Djordjevic, a high school footballer desperate for a scholarship who clashes with his headstrong coach in a dying Pennsylvania steel town.
The movie was directed by Michael Chapman and starring Tom, Craig T. Nelson, Lea Thompson, Chris Penn, and Gary Graham. It was filmed on location during WPIAL football season in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and Pittsburgh.
Enjoy these new pics of Connor walking down the street in Los Angeles yesterday.
Tom and director Joseph Kosiski are looking to work together again. They are circling ‘Go Like Hell’ for 20th Century Fox. This is the battle between Ford and Ferrari for dominance in the sports car marketplace.
It’s based on Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, And Their Battle For Speed And Glory At Le Mans, the A.J. Baime book. The book tells the story of the decision by Henry Ford II to go against Enzo Ferrari’s dominance on the Le Mans track in 1966. Ford challenged Ferrari with a car designed by racer-turned-car designer Carroll Shelby. It plays out like The Right Stuff on the race track as Ford was able to turn around its fortunes in the sports-car marketplace, elevating the automaker’s fortunes under Lee Iacocca. This is early days, but it’s a cool project. Jason Keller was among the scribes who’ve done drafts.