Another Photoshoot

Annie’s on fire! I’ve had this photoshoot on my computer for over a year now. A visitor sent me those, she asked I wouldnt post her name. Wasn’t sure I’d post the pics, but decided to post now.

I have a few others too, which I just know you guys will love, but I will post just this one today.
I’m sorry about the huge tags, but since I found out others sites are stealing my content, and I know what pictures are mine, cause they’re like my babies, so, huge tags are now required.
Reposting is fine, but credit is necessary. What’s wrong with credit? I’ve always credited my sources

If anyone wants clean copies for fanart or layouts, just e-mail me and I will send them!

What Will Be Tom’s Next Movie?

It looks like Tom Cruise is just about ready to head back to work – and when he does, he’ll have his choice of projects lined up.

Tom is currently considering three films for his big-screen return, reports Variety.

Two of the films are from major studios (Warner Bros. and Fox) and one is an independent feature, which appears to be the most likely choice, according to Variety.

The indie film, “Lions for Lambs,” is a political drama that follows a platoon of U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. Cruise would play a congressman alongside Robert Redford and Meryl Streep. Redford would also likely direct.

Another project reportedly on Tom’s radar is “The Ha-Ha” from Warner Bros. In the film (an adaptation of a Dave King novel), Cruise would play a Gulf War vet who’s been rendered mute by his injuries and is now charged with taking care of a 9-year-old girl after her mother goes AWOL.

Cruise has also been in talks with Spike Lee about Lee’s latest film “Selling Time,” about a man who sells back parts of his life for a chance to relive and change the worst day of his life.

Cruise and Lee have reportedly met several times to discuss the project.

If Cruise signs on for any of these projects, it will mark his first film since he left Paramount in August in a highly publicized separation.

And as far as Access Hollywood movie guru Scott Mantz is concerned, Cruise should weigh his options carefully.

“Tom Cruise is at a crossroads. After everything that’s happened in the last year, this next movie is the most important movie of his career,” Mantz said. “He needs to bounce back big, because his antics and beliefs and criticism of Brooke Shields have turned off a large part of his fan base – most of whom are women.”

But does one film make more sense than the others for his triumphant return?

“He needs to remind people how good of an actor he is and the best way to do that is to avoid movies like ‘Mission: Impossible 4.’ Because of that, all three of these projects are good choices to choose from,” Mantz added. “Of the three, ‘Lions for Lambs’ sounds like the best choice. It sounds like a political drama along the lines of ‘A Few Good Men’ and if Redford directs and Streep is a co-star, that can only be good for Tom.”

However, Mantz does have one problem with the movie.

“They should change the title,” he joked.

Tom may want to steer clear of “The Ha-Ha” – another movie title that needs work according to Mantz.

“This role sounds like too much of a manipulative bid, ” Mantz suggested. “Anytime an actor plays someone with a disability, it’s like they’re trying too hard to please the Academy before a single frame has even been shot.”

And while Spike Lee has been on a venerable roll lately, coming off the success of “Inside Man” and his critically acclaimed Katrina documentary “When The Levees Broke,” Mantz said “Selling Time” might be too complex of a movie to win back a broad fan base all at once.

“He needs to remind the most people in one fell swoop why he’s still relevant in Hollywood and not the joke a lot of people see him as right now,” Mantz concluded.

Of course, there is no guarantee Cruise will pick any of these films.

Back in February, he looked at another trio of films, all of which he passed on.

Among those films were “3:10 To Yuma,” which now stars Russell Crowe and Christian Bale, and “Fool’s Gold,” which now stars Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson.

And if he does sign on for a new project, production likely wouldn’t begin until at least December. Cruise has announced he and Katie Holmes will tie the knot on November 18 in Italy. (Source: Access Hollywood)

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Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes to wed in Italy!

YAY! It’s been confirmed!!

NEW YORK – Hollywood’s most high-profile engaged couple have finally set a wedding date. Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes will marry in Italy on Nov. 18, Cruise’s representative, Arnold Robinson, confirmed to the Associated Press on Tuesday.

Holmes will wear a dress designed by Giorgio Armani, Robinson also confirmed.

The wedding date was reported by Us Weekly magazine on its Web site.

Holmes, 27, and Cruise, 44, became engaged in June 2005. Their daughter, Suri, was born April 18. She made her debut on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine last month. The photo showed Suri peeking out of a jacket worn by Cruise with Holmes looking on.

Cruise and Holmes were first photographed together in Rome in April 2005. Two months later, the “Mission: Impossible” actor announced he had proposed to Holmes atop the Eiffel Tower.

Holmes, who starred in TV’s “Dawson’s Creek,” was previously engaged to actor Chris Klein. Cruise, previously married to Mimi Rogers and Nicole Kidman, also had a high-profile romance with Penelope Cruz

Source: Mercury News

Cruise considers trio of films

Tom Cruise appears to be gearing up for life after Paramount. According to Variety, he is currently weighing up three features: two Hollywood blockbusters and one indie picture.
These would be his first forays on screen since Paramount studio unceremoniously ditched him last August for his colourful off-screen antics.

The indie film in consideration is Lions for Lambs, a political drama about US soldiers in Afghanistan. Cruise has been asked to play a congressman, alongside Meryl Streep, who would play a journalist. Robert Redford is considering directing the film and playing a part. Lions for Lambs is written by Matthew Carnahan, the US TV writer who is adapting the BBC series State of Play for the silver screen.

Cruise is also considering starring in The Ha-Ha, a drama about a Gulf war veteran rendered mute by his injuries who must look after a nine-year-old whose mother has disappeared.
Finally, the War of the Worlds actor could star in Spike Lee’s next film, Selling Time, a drama about a man who sells parts of his life for a chance to change the worst day of his life. Lee has met with Cruise several times and is working on a re-write of the film’s script.

Of course, there are no guarantees that Cruise will appear in these movies. Earlier this year, he was linked to three films, but ended up not taking any of the offers up. He was set to work on a western called 3:10 to Yuma (which now stars Russell Crowe and Christian Bale), a romantic adventure film called Fool’s Gold (which will now star Matthew McConaughey, and a thriller called Two Minutes to Midnight, which is still in development.

Source: Guardian

Mission: Impossible III DVD

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