An internal memo trumpets that the Internet is positively smiten with the Tom Cruise flick. Apparently we're using a different Internet?
What is this movie about? The poster doesn't say!
United Artists picked up the rights today to Douglas Preston's serial-killer novel 'The Monster of Florence,' with Cruise attached to star.
Tom Cruise's Nazi adventure was recently screened for the nondiscriminating citizens of small-town Nevada.
Following Paula Wagner's ousting, the bank is looking to renegotiate its contract with Tom Cruise's United Artists.
Will ordinary Germans be more upset about the scalpings or about the eye patch?
Plus: The Coens cast some well-deserving character actors in 'A Serious Man," and Tom Cruise makes his superhero move.
'I suspect that there will be gasps during the end credits.' Wha?
Merry Christmas — Tom Cruise's Nazi movie is coming two months early!
As part of her punishment, Wagner will retain an ownership interest in the company.
We've taken the liberty of preparing Tom Cruise's For Your Consideration ad.
Plus: J.J. Abrams is ready to destroy some other city for once in his new earthquake movie.
It's not like seeing Tom Cruise acting crazy is such a huge surprise.
The new viral site advertising 'Tropic Thunder' fails to be as hilarious as Tom Cruise's actual Website.
Plus: Tim Roth on TV, and Ian McKellen is McKellening again.
Bart was clearly invited to Tom Cruise's homecoming barbecue.
Plus: Tom Cruise will play the president, and Jason Reitman is adapting 'Up in the Air.'
Say what you will about Tom Cruise, but he knows how to give an official Website a bangin' soundtrack.
Tom Cruise? Leonardo DiCaprio? Rob Lowe?!
There is a perfectly reasonable explanation for those delays and reshoots.
The Academy will just have to wait until 2010 to shower the cast, crew, and producers of 'Valkyrie' in Oscar gold.
Based on a true story!
Tom Cruise has introduced the Scientology message to over one billion "people of Earth."
Well, how did they?