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Vanity Fair has released clean versions without the page breaks of the pictures from the October Issue. I’m all ‘awwww’ again. She is so cute!
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ wedding is just days away, and you’re invited! Now only if you knew the when and where!
While you may not have a front row seat at the wedding, “Extra” is bringing you all the dirt on what we do know, starting with the fact that Tom is getting the girl, but Giorgio is dressing her!
Yes, you heard right. Just last week, Giorgio Armani revealed that both bride and groom will wear his couture creations.
Jewelry for the wedding of the year will be provided by David Orgel.
“It will probably have 150 diamonds on the wedding band,” Martin Katz revealed.
If you’ve followed the TomKat love story, you’ll remember that Tom told “Extra” in September that he had no clue a couple of “I Do’s” would make such a big to-do.
“I never knew there were so many wedding magazines. I’m telling you, there are stacks of different kinds of magazines where they talk about weddings and the whole cake and the flowers,” Tom told our Jon Kelley.
Speaking of flowers, there will be no shortage of beautiful blossoms for the big days. Reportedly, there will be hundreds of thousands of dollars of flowers used to beautify the grounds.
As for Katie’s hair, her go-to man Oscar Blandi will give her a perfect side-swept look.
“It’s going to be really beautiful,” Cruise said. “It’s going to be a lot of fun, and I’m actually getting into it. I’m having a great time.”
A lot of fun is most definitely guaranteed for a guest list that will likely include fellow Scientologists John Travolta and wife Kelly Preston, as well as good friends Jamie Foxx and Will and Jada Smith.
Also, don’t be surprised to see Britain’s most glamorous and beloved couple, David and Victoria Beckham, who prowled Paris with the Mrs. Cruise-to-be two weeks ago, along with Steven Spielberg and Leah Remini.
As for the when and where? Those are still closely guarded secrets, although we’re told not to rule out Thanksgiving Day, which falls on Thursday, Nov. 23.
And if you want to reserve a plane ticket just in case your invite comes last minute, you better cover all your bases with flight arrangements to Telluride, Beverly Hills and Paris!
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are to star in a film together. Since giving birth to daughter Suri in April, Katie has been looking to re-launch her film career and it now seems that she and fiancÃ© Tom will star in a joint project. A source told Life and Style Weekly magazine: â€œTom is looking for a movie that will make the most of their chemistry.
â€œHeâ€™s devoting himself to putting together a project that will not only make Katie a bona fide star, but will put him back in the good graces of the movie-going public.â€ Tom, famous for his roles in â€˜Mission: Impossibleâ€™, â€˜Top Gunâ€™ and â€˜Minority Reportâ€™, is even willing to turn his back on his all-action image so he and Katie can appear together on screen. The source added: â€œThis time, heâ€™s looking beyond the typical action roles. Katie is open to any project her fiancÃ© puts forward but is desperate to lose the â€˜girl next doorâ€™ image she gained from years starring as Joey in hit TV show â€˜Dawsonâ€™s Creekâ€™.
Earlier this month, Tom was dropped by Paramount studios after they grew tired of his controversial antics, which included speaking out about his Scientology beliefs and his now infamous couch-jumping incident on the Oprah Winfrey Show. The star couple are due to get married this autumn but reports last week suggested that Katie was getting cold feet because of the controlling nature of her husband-to-be and his Scientology beliefs.
Tokyo, Japan (AHN) – Tom Cruise has fans all over the world lining up for his attention – especially in Japan. Because of his love, time and devotion to the country, the cutie-patootie actor was recently awarded with his own special day named after him.
The Japan Memorial Day Association notes that Tom’s love, admiration and dedication to the country is what led the actor to be presented with his own special day.
Before filming began for “Mission: Impossible 3,” Tom’s last feature film was “The Last Samurai” a box office success in 2003. Tom has said he spent endless hours researching his role in the movie – a movie which focuses on Japanese culture and tradition. According to ContactMusic.com, the movie grossed $117 million more in Japan than in the U.S.
Tom has a huge fan base in Japan – fans who appreciate the actor’s efforts and time to visit the country more than any other major Hollywood star. His last trip to Japan was last spring to promote the upcoming “Mission: Impossible 3,” where he spent time with over 100 fans on a train tide from Osaka to Tokyo. During his stay, Tom also revealed that he would love to shoot another “Mission” installment in Japan.
According to the Japan Memorial Day Association, Tom is the only Hollywood celebrity to ever be awarded with a day named in his honor.
LOS ANGELES (October 26, 2006) — So much for a Tom Cruise â€“ Robert Redford collaboration.
Earlier this week, Variety reported that Cruise was considering three films for his next project, with one of them being an indie film called “Lions for Lambs.”
“Lions” was described as 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, according to Variety.
However, at an event endorsing California’s Prop 87 initiative on Wednesday, the Sundance kid rained on Variety’s parade, dispelling the rumors he was teaming up with Tom.
“Forget it. Don’t listent to the trades,” Redford told Access Hollywood, adding there “just isn’t anything to talk about.”
Among the other films Tom is reportedly considering are “The Ha-Ha,” about 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; and Spike Lee’s “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.