Promoting his (excruciating-looking—at least to the likes of me) new movie Rock of Ages, Tom Cruise says of plastic surgery: "I haven't and I never will," joining the ranks of the magically preserved. Joan Collins is another who's said she hasn't had it. The only real question is: Which of them is the bigger liar?
P.S. IMHO, both look fantastic, even if I really can't stand one of them in the least.
If Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are outraged by an upcoming tell-all book about Tom written by his former Scientology auditor, that's enough to make me want to purchase it. As seen in National Enquirer (May 14, 2012):
"Marty Rathbun, who mentored Tom as a high-ranking Scientologist, claims the 49-year-old actor bared his soul to him while he was divorcing second wife Nicole Kidman and was waging a nasty legal battle against a gay porn actor who falsely claimed Cruise had a sexual affair with him...
"'In auditing, you tell the auditor everything about yourself,' Margery Wakefield, who's written the book Testimony about her Scientology experience, told The Enquirer."
I felt guilty having this close encounter instead of a Dawson's Creek fan
I had a lot of fun at Monday's New York premiere of Troy Nixey's remake of the classic '73 horror flick Don't Be Afraid of the Dark—the update stars Katie Holmes, Guy Pearce and Bailee Madison (my little pal in real life and a fabulous actress) and is produced/written by genius filmmaker Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth, The Devil's Backbone).
Katie Holmes looked spectacular on the carpet (I always thought she was a dead ringer for Britney Spears) and returned after the actual screening to participate in the Q&A with the Nixey, del Toro and Madison. (During the screening, she and hubby Tom Cruise apparently took Madison to dinner, judging from paparazzi pictures. Cruise stood at the back of the theater during the Q&A, but we never saw him.)
The movie is a pure, unapologetic genre piece that will probably delight horror buffs. It's not without some humor, too, though listening to del Toro curse a blue streak in front of tender-eared Madison (she's 11!) was at least as entertaining as watching the ravenous creatures who are the film's co-stars.
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark releases August 26 from Film District.
After the jump, I have video from the Q&A with many spoilers...
I guess great minds think alike—both Star and Us (March 29, 2010) focus on the children of stars for their new cover stories. I know our culture has become increasingly youth-driven, but this is ridiculous! Soon we'll be judging these kids as harshly as we already judge adults. It was just a few years ago that we were wondering why Suri hadn't been seen for so long after she was born, now she's on the cover of adult tabloids looking like a weird little bitch. (Oh, wait, the judgment has autostarted.)
What an embarrassment!Katie Holmes's much-ballyhooed appearance on So You Think You Can Dance? turned out to be an ill-conceived, over-produced tribute to Judy Garland. Yes, Katie Holmes (or someone) decided she could handle singing "Get Happy," complete with soulless exhortations of "Hallelujah!"
Truly silly and egocentric. Hmmm...Judy? Maybe Tom suggested this.
Her thin voice is not right for this song (and she was unable to sing it live so the whole thing was taped) and she merely suggests dancing as editing does most of the legwork.