Tom Cruise is best known for his roles in the film franchise “Mission: Impossible”. But with the settlement of his divorce case with Katie Holmes, it’s as if he’s completed another mission impossible, although this time it concerns his personal life. According to the court handling their divorce case, he doesn’t need to pay spousal support to Holmes.
This case was officially settled last Wednesday, which is just two months since Holmes filed for divorce. Continue reading
A source familiar with the divorce settlement process involving Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes has revealed that Tom Cruise did not pay any lump sum to his ex-wife. However, he has agreed to a lucrative child support deal for their famous daughter, Suri.
This information was revealed following rumors swirling around that Katie earned $50 million from Tom Cruise to settle their divorce. However, sources close to both Katie and Tom called these rumors “ridiculous”. Continue reading
The Porsche 928 which Tom Cruise drove in ‘Risky Business’ has been sold for 49,000 dollars by a Beverly Hills car dealer.
The car was being offered by the Volo Auto Museum outside Chicago in order to make room for a couple of new additions to its collection.
The depiction of India in Hollywood movies has not always gone down well with many cine-buffs in this country.
The cliches might work for the phirang audience but for those in India, they can often become too repetitive for comfort. While so much was written about “MI:4″‘s India connect what with Anil Kapoor getting Tom Cruise to visit the Taj and then get pampered in Mumbai, the movie’s depiction of Mumbai has not gone down well with “Kaminey” actor Chandan Roy Sanyal.
Tom Cruise has dismissed a report claiming that he wants David Beckham to appear in Mission: Impossible IV.
It was earlier reported that Cruise suggested Beckham for a pivotal cameo role in the upcoming action sequel. A source claimed that the actor wanted to cash in on Beckham’s “huge following” to boost the movie’s box office.
In the first of the many frenetic/kinetic chase scenes sprinkled through “Salt,” CIA agent Evelyn A. Salt — accused of being a long-dormant Russian mole — dashes through the labyrinth of the agency’s D.C. offices, desperate to keep its surveillance system from tracking her flight. Having disabled various cameras in various ways, she finally peels off her panties, and drapes them over a lens.
And if Tom Cruise had been cast in the role instead of Angelina Jolie, as originally planned? Chances are the scene would have played a bit differently.