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Cruise makes his first red carpet appearance at the London screening since his infamous divorce with Katie Holmes, while Pike steals the show with her goddess-like look.
Packed with visually-stunning scenes, the trailer sees Cruise as a drone repairman whose life changes after rescuing a mysterious lady before getting dragged into a war against aliens.
Cruise's titular character effortlessly knocks down a group of baddies who attack him on the streets.
Cruise makes a grand entrance on the set via a Royal Air Force helicopter before stepping down on the famous London tourist destination in a full army attire.
Suri celebrates Thanksgiving together with her adopted brother and sister, Connor Cruise and Isabella Cruise, in England, where Tom is filming 'All You Need Is Kill'.
Words are, Cruise and J.J. Abrams want McQuarrie to helm the next 'M:I' movie, which could reunite the filmmaker with the Ethan Hunt depicter after they worked together in 'Jack Reacher'.
Rocking robot-like attire, Cruise play a soldier who repeatedly dies and gets resurrected during a war against aliens.
The 'Mission: Impossible' star won't press charges against his intoxicated neighbor because he believes the man just had a mix-up due to his drunken state.
Brandy is back on the album and single charts as her new effort 'Two Eleven' is well received by fans.
'We're already working on different images. Talking conceptually,' so the Ethan Hunt depicter says when asked if there's a plan to make another 'Mission: Impossible' movie.
The former husband of Katie Holmes names Bauer Publishing, the publishing company of Life and Style and In Touch, the defendant in his lawsuit.
Federal District Court Judge has given the copyrights of the world's most famous superhero to the Burbank studio, allowing it to move forward with 'Man of Steel' and 'Justice League' movies.
The 'Babel' reign on Billboard Hot 200 is followed by another indie album, 'The Heist' by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.
The 'Two and a Half Men' star rules the list with $24 million, beating out Hugh Laurie and Ray Romano who earn $18 million each in the past year.
'On second thought, I'd like to kill you,' so Cruise says heartlessly, warning his enemy that he's not someone to mess around with.