Latest Tom Cruise Stories
By Claudia Puig Tom Cruise seems to have regained his cool in Tropic Thunder (*** out of four). Cruise's paunchy studio exec is easily the funniest role of his fairly straight-faced career.
By Kaleem Aftab Vince Vaughn, top of a new Hollywood pay league? Tom Cruise near the bottom? It's little wonder that filmgoers are puzzled. The numbers simply don't add up, says Kaleem Aftab If you want to make money in Hollywood, employ Vince Vaughn.
Just to prove it's serious about this Blu-ray business, Paramount Home Video is releasing several titles in the high-definition DVD format. The group includes four Jack Ryan thrillers based on Tom Clancy's work and "Top Gun," the 1980s action adventure starring Tom Cruise.
By James Mottram Penelope Cruz has struggled to make it in Hollywood. That may change, says James Mottram It seems there are two sides to Penelope Cruz.
By Jesseka Kadylak With the birth of their daughter Sunday Rose Kidman Urban on Monday in Nashville, Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban became the latest celebrity couple to adopt a unique name for their baby.
By Scott Bowles LOS ANGELES -- The biggest star on the planet is sucking his thumb. "Damn," Will Smith says on the set of Hancock, trying to shake the pain of a thumbnail that split in two as he was thrown through a mock wall. "All these crazy stunts we're doing, and this is how I get hurt.
By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actor Tom Cruise's infant daughter made her debut on Tuesday as freshman CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric broke the story of Vanity Fair magazine landing the much-anticipated first photos of baby Suri.
By Anne Thompson LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Heralding the start of an unusual entrepreneurial relationship, Tom Cruise and his producing partner said Monday they have joined forces with a new investment partnership that will fund the duo's production endeavors for the next two years.
Turns out finding money to make movies was an easy mission for Tom Cruise.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Actor Tom Cruise, who was dropped by Paramount Pictures last week for his off-screen behavior, has signed a two-year development deal with an investment partnership headed by Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, the companies said on Monday.