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While the 'Mission: Impossible' star leaves, 'Saving Mr. Banks' director John Lee Hancock is brought in to rewrite the script.
Both Cruise and Bauer Media Group stipulated to the dismissal of the lawsuit brought up by Cruise who contradicted a published story of him 'abandoning' Suri.
If the deal is finalized, the Ford and Ferrari movie will mark the first reunion between the 'Interview with the Vampire' co-stars.
Cruise's soldier character has to continually relive a fatal battle through a time loop as his death and resurrection repeat over and over again.
The second installment of the 'Jack Reacher' movie series will be based on Lee Child's 2013 book 'Never Go Back'.
Report surfaced that the actor took the 'Orange is the New Black' star out for a fancy dinner in Los Angeles.
Cruise will play a Secret Service agent and his 'A Few Good Men' co-star is offered to portray a sleazy, alcoholic former president.
The 'Oblivion' actor insists in a statement issued by his lawyer that what was quoted on the media is 'a gross distortion of the record.'
In a court document dated November 5, the 'Misson: Impossible' star says, 'Katie has never told me that this [Scientology] was a reason for our divorce.'
When asked if Holmes left him 'in part to protect Suri from Scientology,' the 'Oblivion actor answers, 'That was one of the assertions, yes.'
The 'Mission: Impossible' star says in a court filing supporting his defamation lawsuit against a magazine publisher that he never cuts Suri out of his life in any way.
Fox wants to re-team the 'Rock of Ages' actor with his 'Oblivion' director Joseph Kosinski for the car racing drama.
Suri Cruise has a broken arm but 'she is okay' and is believed to be in Manhattan with her mother.
The 'Jack Reacher' writer/director teases his involvement in the movie with a tweet that reads, 'Mission: Accepted.'
Cruise and Blunt star in the Japanese novel-adapted movie, which Warner Bros. will release in 2014.