Will Smith's Wife - Big Suri Cruise Fan
It still needs a little polishing, but Colin Farrell (right) is getting his impersonation of Tom Cruise down pretty nicely, our friends at TMZ.com report.
The Irish actor, who is making the rounds promoting his new flick, Miami Vice, and who is in the midst of trading restraining orders and lawsuits with crazy author Dessarae Bradford, appeared on the Today show and talked with host Matt Lauer.
Tom Cruise is, at last, master of his domain.
Swedish knitwear designer, Suss Cousins, has given Tinseltown's two most famous toddlers her gift of the yarn. Let's first take a look at Shiloh's new sweater, an outfit that features this newborn's face alongside Zahara, the adopted child of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt:
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes have not been hiding three-month old baby Suri from all their friends. So says Leah Remini, star of CBS' hit comedy The King of Queens, who has reportedly seen the mystery baby.
"She's a newborn and normal size!" Remini gushed. "Tom and Kate... want to have a life and raise their baby. They're normal parents. [Katie] is the most serene, gracious, sweet human being."
According to the New Yorker magazine, Steven Spielberg had a falling-out during and after the filming of his epic, War of the Worlds, over its high-profile star's use of the movie-related PR platform to rant about his odd Scientology beliefs.
Spielberg was steamed at the increasingly insane Tom Cruise for ranting about his "religion" during what were supposed to be promotional appearances for the movie. According to the article, in one instance, Cruise railed against the widespread use of Ritalin to treat unruly children.
It's been 12 weeks since their baby daughter's birth and rumors that Suri Cruise does not exist have started to gain traction as no pictures have been made available and a supposedly shady birth certificate is all we have to go on. Nevertheless, a spokesperson for the couple says that's not about to change anything.
Comedy Central has scheduled a July 19 airdate for its controversial South Park episode, "Trapped in the Closet" -- also known as the one in which Tom Cruise and his beloved Scientology are mercilessly lampooned.
The episode, which first aired in November 2005, and the title of which is based on the bizarre, 12-part, R&B opera by R. Kelly, was pulled from the South Park repeat rotation. Supposedly, this came about because a displeased Cruise threatened to not promote M:I-III for Paramount, which is owned by Viacom, the same parent company as Comedy Central. But now that the film has hit the big screen, the network is putting the episode back on the air.
Lo and behold, it appears Suri Cruise may actually exist.
Or does she? The Gossip isn't so sure. While no pictures have yet been released of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' love child, her birth certificate has been posted online by TMZ.com. But the document may actually raise more questions than it clears up. It was filed on May 8, 2006, nearly a month after the baby Cruise was supposedly born on April 18.
North Korea is back in the news this week, with the renegade communist state conducting more missile tests and exuding much machismo.
As one of the world's few remaining autocratic tyrants, 65-year old Kim Jong Il, the country's head of state, hates America with a passion. Or so he claims. We think he's merely jealous, and afraid of a hostile takeover. The supposed movie buff clearly fashions himself a Hollywood icon. See below:
THE PLACE: Lake Elsinore, California.
THE EVENT: The Lake Elsinore Storm vs. High Desert Mavericks.
Suri Cruise was a much anticipated baby, so when no pictures of her surfaced, questions were bound to be asked. Immediately after Suri's birth in April, it was proclaimed that she is "extremely beautiful, has lots of dark hair and big blue eyes" and that proud father Tom Cruise was going to show pictures of his child with Katie Holmes (below) on the May 12 episode of Ellen.
But there have been no pics.