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'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.
The brand-new song that sparks rumors that Kanye is keen to exchange wedding vows with Kim Kardashian has got an official preview.
The 'Snow White and the Huntsman' helmer is said to be in early talks with Universal Pictures to make the remake film a follow-up to his directorial debut.
The church allegedly tries to alienate Isabella and Connor Cruise from their mother since the 'Australia' actress split from the 'Mission: Impossible' hunk.
The 'Rock of Ages' star says the story is 'a rehash of tired old lies previously run in the supermarket tabloids, quoting the same bogus 'sources'.'
The 'Crash' director, who resigned from the church two years ago, said Naz Boniadi was really auditioned to be Cruise's wife.
A former girlfriend Nazanin Boniadi claims she was kicked out of Cruise's house after displeasing him and Scientology chief David Miscavige.
The 'Oblivion' actor 'sat down with a glass of water in the corner and just proudly watched his son for the rest of the night.'
The 'Top Gun' lead actor reportedly 'is very happy and relieved that he is moving forward.'
The high-profile project from Ron Howard is turned down by Warners after previously being dropped by Universal Pictures.