Gallery Updates: Eyes Wide Shut Screen Captures
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Gallery Updates: Eyes Wide Shut Screen Captures

BluRay Screen captures from the 1999 movie “Eyes Wide Shut” where Tom plays William Harford. Also added some high resolution stills. (Warning: contain some nudity)



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Gallery Updates: All The Right Moves Screen Captures
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Gallery Updates: All The Right Moves Screen Captures

Good evening, everyone! I’ve added screen captures from the 1983 movie “All The Right Moves” where Tom plays Stefen Djordjevic.



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Candids Update

Thanks the lovely DeA from RyanReynoldsFan.net for these great candids from outside of Jon Stewart studio, also pictures from when Tom was in Beijing promoting Oblivion:


  • Appearances > Candids & Public Appearences > General Candids > 2013 > Candids – Outside Daily Show with Jon Stewart – April 16th, 2013
  • Appearances > Candids & Public Appearences > General Candids > 2013 > Candids – Beijing, China – May 9th, 2013
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    W Magazine Interview – Guitar Hero: Tom Cruise + Pictures

    Tom Cruise goes all out rockstar in the June issue of W magazine! The photoshoot is up at the gallery and you can read the full interview at WMagazine.com or below below:

  • MAGAZINES & PHOTOSHOOTS > Q – Z > W – JUNE 2012

  • Rock of Ages star Tom Cruise is strumming his way to the hall of fame.

    It’s a Thursday afternoon in a studio in Los Angeles, and Tom Cruise, dressed in jeans and an untucked white button-down shirt, is ­belting out “Paradise City.” He’s performing the Guns N’ Roses song—which he sings during the opening credits of his new movie, Rock of Ages—in character, as Stacee Jaxx, a fading rock god from the eighties. Sitting in front of the glass-enclosed recording booth are Cruise’s music advisers, including Ron Anderson, formerly a vocal coach for Axl Rose, whose trademark screech Cruise has perfected. When Cruise started this project more than a year ago, he didn’t know whether he could really sing. “Adam Shankman, the director, asked me if I could carry a tune,” Cruise tells me later. “I said, ‘We’ll see, won’t we? This is either going to work or it’s going to be dreadful.’ ”

    Throughout his career, Cruise has assessed roles by their degree of difficulty. He loves a challenge—especially if it involves mastering some new skill. Cruise has tossed bottles (Cocktail), flown fighter jets (Top Gun), hustled pool (The Color of Money), learned to live life as a Nazi with one arm and an eye patch (Valkyrie), raced cars (Days of Thunder), and, most recently, rappelled down the face of the tallest building in the world (Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol). He always works from the outside in: Even in his serious, Academy Award–nominated roles for Born on the Fourth of July (in which he was wheelchair-bound) and Magnolia (where he played a sex guru), his way into a character is through the physical. With Stacee Jaxx, he began with the mundane rock-star requirements—honing his newly discovered four-octave range and learning to play the guitar—but the physical soon gave way to the emotional. While everyone else in Rock of Ages is either ridiculous or playing their part with a wink (Alec Baldwin in a wig!), Cruise seems to actually be living in Stacee’s leather pants. He is alone inside another, much more interesting movie; there is a melancholic undertow to Stacee Jaxx—he’s only truly alive when he’s onstage, and he knows that his time there is nearly over.
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