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Thomas Cruise Mapother IV (pronounced /ˈtɒməs ˈkruːz ˈmeɪpɒθər/; born July 3, 1962), better known by his screen name of Tom Cruise, is an American actor and film producer. Forbes magazine ranked him as the world’s most powerful celebrity in 2006.[1] He has been nominated for three Academy Awards and won three Golden Globe Awards. His first leading role was the 1983 film Risky Business,[2] which has been described as “A Generation X classic, and a career-maker” for the actor.[3] After playing the role of a heroic naval pilot in the popular and financially successful 1986 film Top Gun, Cruise continued in this vein, playing a secret agent in a series of Mission: Impossible action films in the 1990s and 2000s. In addition to these heroic roles, he played other parts such as the misogynistic male guru in Magnolia (1999) and a cool and calculating sociopathic hitman in the Michael Mann crime-thriller film Collateral (2004).

In 2005, the Hollywood journalist, Edward Jay Epstein argued that Cruise is one of the few producers (the others being George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Jerry Bruckheimer) who are able to guarantee the success of a billion-dollar movie franchise.[4] Since 2005, Cruise and Paula Wagner have been in charge of the United Artists film studio,[5] with Cruise as producer and star and Wagner as the chief executive. Cruise is also known for his controversial support of and adherence to the Church of Scientology.




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Tom Cruise

Cruise on MTV Live in December 2008
Born Thomas Cruise Mapother IV
July 3, 1962 (1962-07-03) (age 48)
Syracuse, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actor, producer, writer, director
Years active 1981–present
Spouse Mimi Rogers (1987–1990)
Nicole Kidman (1990–2001)
Katie Holmes (2006–present)
Partner Rebecca DeMornay (1983–1985)
Website
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Thomas Cruise Mapother IV (play /ˈtɒməs ˈkrz ˈmpɒθər/; born July 3, 1962), better known by his screen name of Tom Cruise, is an American film actor and producer. He has been nominated for three Academy Awards and won three Golden Globe Awards.
Cruise first debuted in a major movie in Francis Ford Coppola's film The Outsiders, released in March 1983. His first leading role was in the film Risky Business,[1] which was released in August 1983. After playing the role of a heroic naval pilot in the popular and financially successful 1986 film Top Gun, Cruise continued in this vein, playing a secret agent in a series of Mission: Impossible action films in the 1990s and 2000s. In addition to these heroic roles, he has starred in a variety of other successful films such as Days of Thunder (1990), Jerry Maguire (1996), Magnolia (1999), Vanilla Sky (2001), Minority Report (2002), The Last Samurai (2003), Collateral (2004) and War of the Worlds (2005).
Since 2005, Cruise and Paula Wagner have been in charge of the United Artists film studio,[2] with Cruise as producer and star and Wagner as the chief executive. Cruise is also known for his support of and adherence to the Church of Scientology.[3]
Critic Roger Ebert once suggested many of Cruise's films follow a basic formula. When he reviewed Days of Thunder, Ebert argued the typical "Tom Cruise Picture" includes similar characters and plot devices. [4] Using the examples of Cocktail, Top Gun and The Color of Money, Ebert said common elements include an inexperienced yet talented protagonist, an older mentor who guides Cruise, a mature leading woman and specialized knowledge or language which the audience is taught.

Early life

Cruise was born in Syracuse, New York,[5] the son of Mary Lee (née Pfeiffer), a special education teacher, and Thomas Cruise Mapother III (died 1984),[6] an electrical engineer.[7] Cruise's surname originates from his great-grandfather, Thomas Cruise O'Mara, who was adopted by a Welsh immigrant and renamed "Thomas Cruise Mapother".[8][9][10] Cruise is of German, Irish, and English ancestry.[11] His oldest sister, Lee Anne, was born in his parents' native Louisville, Kentucky, while his older sister Marian was born in Syracuse, as were Tom and his younger sister, Cass.[12] Cruise grew up in near poverty in a Catholic family dominated by an abusive father he described as "a merchant of chaos". He was beaten by his father and has said that his father was a bully and coward.
He was the kind of person where, if something goes wrong, they kick you. It was a great lesson in my life—how he’d lull you in, make you feel safe and then, bang! For me, it was like, 'There's something wrong with this guy. Don't trust him. Be careful around him.'[13]
Cruise attended Robert Hopkins Public School for grades three, four, and five. The Mapother family then moved to the suburb of Beacon Hill, in Ottawa, Ontario, so Cruise's father could take a position as a defence consultant with the Canadian Armed Forces. There, Cruise completed grade six at Henry Munro Middle School, part of the Carleton Board of Education,[14] where he was active in athletics, playing floor hockey almost every night, showing himself to be a ruthless player, and eventually chipping his front tooth. In the game British bulldogs, he then lost his newly capped tooth and hurt his knee.[15] Henry Munro was also where Cruise became involved in drama, under the tutelage of George Steinburg.[16] The first play he participated in was called IT, in which Cruise won the co-lead with Michael de Waal, one playing "Evil", the other playing "Good". The play met much acclaim, and toured with five other classmates to various schools around the Ottawa area, even being filmed at the local Ottawa TV station.[17] Cruise was bullied regularly in the 15 different schools he attended in 12 years.[13] When Cruise was twelve, his mother left his father, taking Cruise and his sister Lee Anne with her.[13]
He briefly attended a Franciscan seminary in Cincinnati (on a church scholarship) and aspired to become a Catholic priest. In his senior year, he played football for the varsity team as a linebacker, but he was cut from the squad after getting caught drinking beer before a game.[18]

Acting

1981–94


Cruise in 1989
Cruise first appeared in supporting roles the 1981 films Endless Love and Taps, the latter in which he played a crazed military school student. His first starring role was in the 1983 comedy Losin' It. That same year he appeared in All the Right Moves and Risky Business, which has been described as "A Generation-X classic, and a career-maker for Tom Cruise",[19] and which along with 1986's Top Gun, cemented his status as a star.
Cruise followed up Top Gun with The Color of Money, which came out the same year, and which paired him with Academy Award-winner Paul Newman. 1988 saw him star in Cocktail, which earned him a nomination for the Razzie Award for Worst Actor. Later that year he starred with Academy Award-winner Dustin Hoffman in Rain Man, which won the Academy Award for Best Film and Cruise the Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor. Cruise finished the decade by portraying real-life paralyzed Vietnam War veteran Ron Kovic in 1989's Born on the Fourth of July, in which earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Motion Picture Drama, the Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor, the People's Choice Award for Favorite Motion Picture Actor, a nomination for BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role, and Cruise's first Best Actor Academy Award nomination.
In 1994, Cruise starred along with Brad Pitt, Antonio Banderas and Christian Slater in Neil Jordan's Interview with the Vampire, a gothic drama/horror film that was based on Anne Rice's best-selling novel. The film was well received, although Rice was initially quite outspoken in her criticism of Cruise having been cast in the film, as Julian Sands was her first choice. Upon seeing the film however, she paid $7,740 for a two-page ad in Daily Variety praising his performance and apologizing for her previous doubts about him.[20]

2000s

In 2000, Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the second installment of the Mission Impossible films, releasing Mission: Impossible II. The film was directed by Hong Kong director John Woo and branded with his Gun fu Style, and it continued the series' blockbuster success at the box office, taking in almost $547M in worldwide figures, like its predecessor, being the third highest grossing film of the year. Cruise received an MTV Movie Award as Best Male Performance for this film.[21] His next five films were major critical and commercial successes.[22][23] The following year Cruise starred in the romantic thriller Vanilla Sky (2001) with Cameron Diaz and Penelope Cruz. In 2002, Cruise starred in the dystopian science fiction thriller, Minority Report which was directed by Steven Spielberg and based on the science fiction short story by Philip K. Dick.
In 2003, he starred in the Edward Zwick's historical drama The Last Samurai, for which he received a Golden Globe nomination as best actor.[21] In 2005, Cruise worked again with Steven Spielberg in War of the Worlds, which became the fourth highest grossing movie of the year with US$591.4 million worldwide. Also in 2005, he won the People's Choice Award for Favorite Male Movie Star, and the MTV Generation Award.[21] Cruise was nominated for seven Saturn Awards between 2002 and 2009, winning once.[21] Nine of the ten films he starred in during the decade made over $100 million at the box office.[24]

Cruise in 2006
In 2006, he reprised his role as Ethan Hunt in the third installment of the Mission Impossible film series, Mission: Impossible III. The film was more positively received by critics than its predecessor, and grossed nearly $400 million at the box office.[25] Cruise's 2007 film Lions for Lambs was a rare commercial disappointment. In 2008, Cruise appeared in the hit comedy Tropic Thunder with Ben Stiller and Jack Black. This performance earned Cruise a Golden Globe nomination. Cruise's latest starring role is in the historical thriller Valkyrie, released on December 25, 2008 to box office success.[26] As of 2009, Cruise's films have grossed over $6.5 billion worldwide.[27]
In March 2010, Cruise completed filming the action-comedy Knight and Day, in which he re-teamed with former costar Cameron Diaz; the film was released on June 23, 2010.[28] On February 9, 2010, Cruise confirmed that he will star in Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol the fourth Mission:Impossible film, slated for release in December 2011.[29]
On May 6, 2011, Cruise was awarded a humanitarian award from the Simon Wiesenthal Centre and Museum of Tolerance for his work as a dedicated philanthropist.[30]

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Producing

Cruise partnered with his former talent agent Paula Wagner to form Cruise/Wagner Productions in 1993,[2] and the company has since co-produced several of Cruise's films,[31] the first being Mission: Impossible in 1996 which was also Cruise's first project as a producer.
Cruise is noted as having negotiated some of the most lucrative movie deals in Hollywood, and was described in 2005 by Hollywood economist Edward Jay Epstein as "one of the most powerful – and richest – forces in Hollywood". Epstein argues that Cruise is one of the few producers (the others being George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Jerry Bruckheimer) who are regarded as able to guarantee the success of a billion-dollar movie franchise. Epstein also contends that the public obsession with Cruise's tabloid controversies obscures full appreciation of Cruise's exceptional commercial prowess.[32]
Cruise/Wagner Productions, Cruise's film production company, is said to be developing a screenplay based on Erik Larson's New York Times bestseller, The Devil in the White City about a real life serial killer, H. H. Holmes, at Chicago's World's Columbian Exposition. Kathryn Bigelow is attached to the project to produce and helm. Meanwhile, Leonardo DiCaprio's production company, Appian Way, is also developing a film about Holmes and the World's Fair, in which DiCaprio will star.[33]

Breakup with Paramount

On August 22, 2006, Paramount Pictures announced it was ending its 14-year relationship with Cruise. In the Wall Street Journal, chairman of Viacom (Paramount's parent company) Sumner Redstone cited the economic damage to Cruise's value as an actor and producer from his controversial public behavior and views.[34][35] Cruise/Wagner Productions responded that Paramount's announcement was a face-saving move after the production company had successfully sought alternative financing from private equity firms.[36] Industry analysts such as Edward Jay Epstein commented that the real reason for the split was most likely Paramount's discontent over Cruise/Wagner's exceptionally large share of DVD sales from the Mission: Impossible franchise.[37][38]

Management of United Artists

In November 2006, Cruise and Paula Wagner announced that they had taken over United Artists film studio.[2] Cruise acts as a producer and star in films for United Artists, while Wagner serves as UA's chief executive. Production began in 2007 of Valkyrie, a thriller based on the July 20, 1944 assassination attempt against Adolf Hitler. The film was acquired in March 2007 by United Artists. On March 21, 2007 Cruise signed on to play Claus von Stauffenberg, the protagonist. This project marks the second production to be greenlighted since Cruise and Wagner took control of United Artists. The first was its inaugural film, Lions for Lambs, directed by Robert Redford and starring Redford, Meryl Streep and Cruise. Lambs was released on November 9, 2007,[39] opening to unimpressive box office revenue and critical reception. In August 2008, Wagner stepped down from her position at United Artists; she retains her stake in UA, which combined with Cruise's share amounts to 30 percent of the studio.[40]

Relationships and personal life

Cruise had a relationship with his Risky Business co-star Rebecca De Mornay; they cohabited in New York from 1983–85.[41][42][43][44]

With Katie Holmes in May 2009
Cruise married actress Mimi Rogers on May 9, 1987; they divorced on February 4, 1990.[1] Rogers is generally believed to have introduced Cruise to Scientology.[45] He met his second wife, Nicole Kidman, on the set of their film Days of Thunder. The couple married on December 24, 1990. He and Kidman adopted two children, Isabella Jane (born December 1992) and Connor Antony (born January 1995).[1] They separated in February 2001 when Kidman was three months pregnant; she later miscarried.[46]
Cruise was next romantically linked with Penélope Cruz, the lead actress in his film Vanilla Sky a relationship that ended in 2004.[47] In April 2005, Cruise began dating actress Katie Holmes. On April 27 that year, Cruise and Holmes, dubbed "TomKat" by the media, made their first public appearance together in Rome.[48] A month later, Cruise declared his love for Holmes on the Oprah Winfrey show, famously jumping up and down on Oprah's couch during the show.[49] On October 6, 2005, Cruise and Holmes announced they were expecting a child,[50] and their daughter, Suri, was born in April 2006. On November 18, 2006, Holmes and Cruise were married at the 15th-century Odescalchi Castle in Bracciano, Italy, in a Scientology ceremony attended by many Hollywood stars.[51] The actors' publicist said the couple had "officialized" their marriage in Los Angeles the day before the Italian ceremony.[52] David Miscavige served as Cruise's best man.[53]

Popularity


Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes interacting with fans in 2006
In 1990, 1991 and 1997, People magazine rated him among the 50 most beautiful people in the world. In 1995, Empire magazine ranked him among the 100 sexiest stars in film history. Two years later, it ranked him among the top 5 movie stars of all time. In 2002 and 2003, he was rated by Premiere among the top 20 in its annual Power 100 list.[1]
In 2006, Premiere ranked Cruise as Hollywood's most powerful actor,[54] as Cruise came in at number 13 on the magazine's 2006 Power List, being the highest ranked actor.[55] The same year, Forbes magazine ranked him as the world's most powerful celebrity.[56]
In August 2006, "a USA Today/Gallup poll in which half of those surveyed registered an 'unfavorable' opinion of the actor" was cited as a reason in addition to "unacceptable behavior"[57] for Paramount's non-renewal of their production contract with Cruise. In addition, Marketing Evaluations reports that Cruise's Q score (which is a measure of the popularity of celebrities), had fallen 40 percent. It was also revealed that Cruise is the celebrity people would least like as their best friend. October 10, 2006 was declared "Tom Cruise Day" in Japan; the Japan Memorial Day Association said that he was awarded with a special day because he has made more trips to Japan than any other Hollywood star.[58]

Controversy

Litigation

During Cruise's marriage to Nicole Kidman, the couple endured public speculation about their sex life and rumors that Cruise was gay. In 1998, he successfully sued the Daily Express, a British tabloid which alleged that his marriage to Kidman was a sham designed to cover up his homosexuality.[59] In May 2001 he filed a lawsuit against gay porn actor Chad Slater. Slater had allegedly told the celebrity magazine Actustar that he had had an affair with Cruise. Both Slater and Cruise denied this, and in August 2001 Slater was ordered to pay $10 million to Cruise in damages after Slater declared he could not afford to defend himself against the suit and would therefore default.[60] Cruise also sued Michael Davis, publisher of Bold Magazine, who alleged but never confirmed that he had video that would prove Cruise was gay. The suit was dropped in exchange for a public statement by Davis that the video was not of Cruise, and that Cruise was heterosexual.[61]
After The Beast's publication of their 50 Most Loathsome People of 2004, which included Cruise, Cruise's lawyer Bertram Fields threatened to sue. Seeing the opportunity for nationwide exposure, The Beast actively encouraged the lawsuit. No lawsuit was ever filed and Cruise was included more prominently in the 2005 list.[62] In 2006, Cruise sued cybersquatter Jeff Burgar to obtain control of the TomCruise.com domain name. When owned by Burgar, the domain redirected to information about Cruise on Celebrity1000.com. The decision to turn TomCruise.com over to Cruise was handed down by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) on July 5, 2006.[63]

Oprah Winfrey Show incident


Cruise jumps on the couch during the taping of an interview on The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Cruise has made several expressions of his feelings for Holmes to the media, most notably the "couch incident" which took place on the popular The Oprah Winfrey Show of May 23, 2005. Cruise "jumped around the set, hopped onto a couch, fell to one knee and repeatedly professed his love for his new girlfriend".[64] The phrase "jumping the couch", fashioned after "jumping the shark", is used to describe someone "going off the deep end" in public in a manner extreme enough to tarnish his or her reputation.[65] It enjoyed a short-lived popularity, being chosen by the editors of the Historical Dictionary of American Slang as the "slang term of the year" in 2005[66] and by the nonprofit group Global Language Monitor as one of its top phrases for the year.[67]
The "couch incident" was voted #1 of 2005's "Most Surprising Television Moments" on a countdown on E![citation needed] and #5 at BoxOfficeProphets.com.[68] and was the subject of numerous parodies, including the epilogue of Scary Movie 4, an episode of South Park, a short on Sesame Street,[69] and an episode of Family Guy. Entertainment Weekly put it on its end-of-the-decade, "best-of" list, saying, "Lesson learned: Tell, don't show".[70]
In early May 2008, Cruise reappeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show to celebrate 25 years in the film business. The feature was a two hour special, the first hour was Oprah spending the day with Cruise at his house in Telluride, Colorado on May 2.

Scientology

Cruise is an outspoken advocate for the Church of Scientology; according to Andrew Morton's Tom Cruise: An Unauthorized Biography (2008), Cruise is the church's "second in command in all but name".[71] He became involved with Scientology in 1990 through his first wife, Mimi Rogers.[72] He has said that Scientology, specifically the L. Ron Hubbard Study Tech, helped him overcome dyslexia.[73] In addition to promoting various programs that introduce people to Scientology, Cruise has campaigned for Scientology to be recognized as a religion in Europe. He lobbied politicians in France and Germany, where the legal systems regard Scientology as a cult and business, respectively. In 2005, the Paris city council revealed that Cruise had lobbied officials Nicolas Sarkozy and Jean-Claude Gaudin, described him as a spokesman and militant for Scientology, and barred any further dealings with him.[74][75] Cruise co-founded and raised donations for Downtown Medical to offer New York 9/11 rescue workers detoxification therapy based on the works of L. Ron Hubbard. This drew criticism from the medical profession,[76] as well as firefighters.[77] For these activities and others, David Miscavige awarded Cruise Scientology's Freedom Medal of Valor in late 2004.
A controversy erupted in 2005 after he openly criticized actress Brooke Shields for using the drug Paxil (paroxetine), an anti-depressant to which Shields attributes her recovery from postpartum depression after the birth of her first daughter in 2003. Cruise asserted that there is no such thing as a chemical imbalance, and that psychiatry is a form of pseudoscience. Shields replied that she would not take advice from anyone who believed in space aliens. This led to a heated argument with Matt Lauer on NBC's The Today Show on June 24, 2005.[78] Medical authorities view Cruise's comments as furthering the social stigma of mental illness.[79][80] Shields herself called Cruise's comments "a disservice to mothers everywhere".[81] In late August 2006, Cruise apologized in person to Shields for his comments. Scientology is well-known for its opposition to mainstream psychiatry.
On January 15, 2008, a video produced by the Church of Scientology featuring an interview with Cruise was posted on YouTube, showing Cruise discussing what being a Scientologist means to him.[82][83] The Church of Scientology said the video had been "pirated and edited", and was taken from a three-hour video produced for members of Scientology.[83][84] YouTube removed the Cruise video from their site under threat of litigation.[85]
In May 2010, a former high-ranking member of the Church of Scientology, Mark Rathbun, said that Scientology leader David Miscavige had ordered that Cruise's Auditing sessions be secretly videotaped.[86][87] Rathbun had himself been responsible for performing auditing counseling with Cruise.[86] The Church of Scientology has stated that taping of confessional sessions is done openly, for monitoring and training purposes, and that the confidentiality of anything discussed in such sessions is "sacrosanct".[88]
Cruise's more open attitude to Scientology has been attributed to the departure of his publicist of 14 years, Pat Kingsley, in March 2004. He replaced her with his sister, fellow Scientologist Lee Anne DeVette, who served in that role until November 2005.[89] He then replaced her with Paul Bloch from the publicity firm Rogers and Cowan.[90] Such restructuring is seen as a move to curtail publicity of his views on Scientology, as well as the hard-sell of his relationship with Katie Holmes backfiring with the public.[91][92]

Filmography

See also


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‘Mission: Impossible IV’ Casting Tom Cruise’s Co-Star

Anthony Mackie, Kevin Zegers and Christopher Egan reportedly auditioning with Cruise.
By Eric Ditzian




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Earlier in the summer, as Tom Cruise’s action comedy “Knight and Day” struggled at the domestic box office, there was open speculation about whether Paramount would move forward with a fourth installment of the Cruise-starring “Mission: Impossible” franchise.
But “Knight and Day” has now passed the $220 million mark worldwide, thanks to hefty overseas business, and development on “M:I IV” is continuing apace. In the latest development, Deadline New York reports that Cruise and director Brad Bird are set to begin screen-testing actors this week to star opposite the A-lister.
Three of the candidates are reportedly Anthony Mackie (“The Hurt Locker”), Kevin Zegers (“Frozen”) and Christopher Egan (“Letters to Juliet”).
There remains ongoing speculation about the exact nature of Cruise’s role in the flick. As far back as June 2009, The Hollywood Reporter dished that Cruise might hand the starring role over to a younger actor, or even to an ensemble, potentially setting up a new generation of “M:I” films. Might that be the role for which Mackie, Zegers and Egan are auditioning?
” ‘Mission: Impossible’ is a brand,” an unnamed former studio chief told THR last year. “It didn’t have anything to do with Tom Cruise in the beginning.”
Regardless of which actors join the franchise, Cruise has been adamant about his commitment to new creative blood. “My whole thing with the series is always having a new director come on and put their stamp on ‘Mission: Impossible,’ ” he told MTV News recently. “Brian De Palma was first, then John Woo, J.J. Abrams and now Brad Bird, so it will be Brad Bird’s ‘Mission:
Impossible.’ ”
Check out everything we’ve got on
“Mission: Impossible IV.”

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Tom Cruise Biography

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Tom Cruise was born as Thomas Mapother IV in 1962. He was born in Syracuse, New York, to Thomas Mapother III and Mary Lee Pfeiffer. When Tom was eleven, his father abandoned the family and refused to pay child support. This caused the family to live in near poverty throughout Tom's teenage years. They frequently moved throughout the United States and Canada. Due to all of the moving around, Cruise attended eight elementary schools and three high schools throughout the years. For a brief stint he also attended the Franciscan Seminary in Cincinnati, Ohio, with the intention of becoming a Catholic priest. He eventually graduated from Glen Ridge High School in New Jersey.It was thanks to an injury that Cruise ended up becoming involved in acting. Tom was sidelined from the wrestling team in high school because of an injury to his knees and during his recovery time he tried out for the lead role in the high school production of Guys and Dolls. It was after the success of the play that Cruise decided to pursue acting as a career after graduating high school in 1980.Tom's first role was a small part in Endless Love in 1981, which co-starred Brooke Shields. Much later, in 2005, Cruise publicly criticized Shields for using anti-depressants to treat her postpartum depression. Tom's first breakthrough role came in 1983 for his work in Risky Business. He made a reported $75,000 for the film. Cruise later went on to star in the Academy Award winning Rain Man in 1988, co-starring Dustin Hoffman.Around the time Rain Man was released, Cruise married his first wife, Mimi Rogers. It has been said that Rogers is the person who originally introduced Tom to the Church of Scientology. The marriage, however, lasted only three years and Cruise and Rogers were divorced in 1990.During the filming of Days of Thunder in 1990, Cruise co-starred with Nicole Kidman. By 1991, the two stars were married. In 1999, the couple teamed up again to co-star together in the film Eyes Wide Shut. Tom's reported salary for the film was a whopping 20 million dollars.Tom and Nicole have two adopted children together, Isabella and Connor. When Kidman was three months pregnant with their third child and just months shy of their ten year wedding anniversary, the couple decided to separate. It was said that during their relationship, Cruise introduced Kidman to the Church of Scientology but since the divorce, Kidman no longer affiliates herself with Scientology.In April of 2005, Tom met and fell in love with twenty-seven-year-old Katie Holmes, who was interested in playing a part in Mission: Impossible III. Fans first learned of Tom's deep love for Holmes as he jumped up and down on the couch on The Oprah Winfrey Show. It was at this point that many of Cruise's critics and fans said he was going crazy. Tom proposed to Katie on the top of the Eiffel Tower in June of 2005.Then in April of 2006, Holmes gave birth to her first child, Suri. To better observe the baby before it was bown, Tom bought his own sonogram machine to use in the home. He received much criticism from medical professionals for doing so, stating that excess use of the equipment may actually be harmful to the baby's health. Although Holmes grew up in a Catholic family, Cruise insists that both Katie and daughter Suri will be Scientologists. The birth of Suri coincided with the premiere of Tom's latest movie, Mission Impossible III. Cruise and Holmes wre officially married in November of 2006 at a ceremony in Italy.Cruise is believed to have now become one of the senior members of the secretive Church of Scientology. This has become evident with his choice to become the unofficial spokesperson for the group. Some of Tom's comments regarding Scientology have been ill-received, especially by some European countries.

Top Gun 25th Anniversary Blu-Ray & AMC Theatres* Event Trivia Quiz – RESULTS!

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In a post earlier in the week, the team at TomCruise.com asked movie fans to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Top Gun and AMC Theatres Special Top Gun 25th Anniversary Screening*…WITH A CHALLENGE TOP GUN FANS from around the world about their knowledge of the Naval fighter pilot classic!
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERED! You truly took our breath away with your passion for Top Gun and movie trivia. AWESOME JOB, EVERYONE!
We wanted to reward two lucky fans with very special Top Gun giveaways for being Maverick’s wingman! TAKE A LOOK AT THIS AMAZING GIVEAWAY FOR FANS WHO COMPLETED AND SUBMITTED THE TOP GUN QUIZ, AS CHOSEN IN A RANDOM DRAWING!
U.S. RESIDENTS, 18 & OVER***:
  • Official Ray Ban Aviator Sunglasses (1)
  • Remote Control Top Gun-style Microfighter (1)
  • Four (4) Tickets to AMC Theatres EXCLUSIVE Screening of Top Gun, April 30 or May 2**
  • Top Gun T-Shirt (1)
  • Top Gun 25th Anniversary Edition DVD or Blu-Ray Disc (1)
INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTS, 18 & OVER***:
  • Official Ray Ban Aviator Sunglasses (1)
  • Remote Control Top Gun-style Microfighter (1)
  • Top Gun T-Shirt (1)
  • Top Gun 25th Anniversary Edition DVD or Blu-Ray Disc (1)
  • (3) Tom Cruise DVD or Blu-Ray’s of your choice
Without further ado, we’re jetting right to the lucky fans who will received these awesome giveaway items!
FIRST, from our crew of U.S. fans, we have the movie fan receiving the giveaway package from our random drawing: RYAN K.! CONGRATULATIONS, RYAN! We hope this giveaway puts you on cloud nine!
NEXT, we have our International fan who received the giveaway package from our random drawing. And that fan is JAMIE H.! Again, our huge CONGRATULATIONS, JAMIE! You’re our international Top Gun!
CONGRATULATIONS TO BOTH FANS! We salute you both along with everyone else for taking a ride into the DANGER ZONE with us!

For United States residents who’s excited about the 25th Anniversary of Top Gun you can still head out for the special screening of this action classic at AMC Theatres* on April 30 and May 2! Check out the AMC Theatres* site to see if a theater near you is holding this exclusive evvent!
Not in the United States or close to an AMC Theatres* screening Top Gun? No problem! You can host a screening of your own with a copy of the Top Gun Blu-Ray disc or DVD. Check out the details below on how you can get a copy to watch at home!
Top Gun DVD Cover You can order the Top Gun (Widescreen 
Special Collectors Edition) DVD from Amazon here!


So that’s a wrap on the Top Gun 25th Anniversary Blu-Ray & AMC Theatres

 



Event Trivia Quiz! Thanks again for playing with us, everyone.
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Here were the rules regarding the trivia quiz and the random drawing:
  • Completion and submission of the trivia quiz qualifies an 18yr old and over fan for the random drawing giveaways. If you are under 18, you can answer the trivia quiz as often as you like, but you will not be eligible for the giveaways. Multiple entries will not improve one’s chances of receiving the giveaways.
  • 1 U.S. and 1 International 18yr old or older fan will be selected for the giveaways via a random drawing from the de-duped and unique email addresses submitted.
  • TomCruise..com will announce the the giveaway recipients starting at 12:00pm PT Friday, April 29th, 2011.
  • TomCruise.com reserves the right to modify any giveaway items as a result of availability or circumstance beyond control.
  • *The TomCruise.com Top Gun 25th Anniversary Trivia Quiz, random drawing and giveaway are in no way affiliated with AMC Theatres.
  • **Movie tickets for AMC Top Gun screening dependent upon availability in your area. If Top Gun special engagement tickets are determined to be unavailable, substitute tickets for other available movie screenings may be distributed in their place.
  • ***Proof of age may be required for distribution of giveaway items.

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