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SURI CRUISE ON VIDEO. SORTA.

I can't stress enough how this is pretty much the exact same thing as before, but now a video camera swoops in and Katie Couric does an annoying voice over as part of her debut last night as the anchorwoman of the CBS Evening News. Ooo, celebrity baby pictures! That's some hard hitting news Katie! You’re bringing respectability back to CBS News already! I hear tomorrow she has an expose on this falls cat fashion show....read more

SURI CRUISE IS AN ASIAN BOY

The very first picture of Suri Cruise hit the internet last night on the Vanity Fair website. The issue of Vanity Fair with a 22 page photo essay on Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes and their 5 month old daughter will hit newsstands in New York and Los Angeles today, the rest of the country next Tuesday. In the issue, Katie opens up about the pressure and scrutiny of the past few months:"it's been heartbreaking (to see...read more

SURI CRUISE IS IN VANITY FAIR

Almost five months after her birth to parents Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, the first pictures of Suri Cruise will be published tomorrow in Vanity Fair. The Daily Mail says: The exclusive photos reportedly show baby Suri nestled against Tom's neck as he sleeps. Another is said to show Suri sleeping on the couple's bed, with Katie grinning at the camera. If this kid doesn't have flippers and a forked tongue, I'm gonna be...read more

TOM CRUISE HAS POWERFUL ALLIES

The battle lines are being drawn and the fallout from Tom Cruises “firing” from Paramount Studios is just beginning. The basic drama is this: Cruise is represented by CAA, a talent agency that right now has a level of power and influence that is almost unmatched in Hollywood history. Think of a big name in Hollywood and chances are they are represented by CAA. It's almost impossible to make a big movie without CAA's...read more

TOM CRUISE GOT FIRED

Citing Tom Cruise’s increasingly strange behavior, Sumner Redstone - the Chairman of Viacom, which owns Paramount Pictures - said that Paramount was ending its 14 year relationship with Cruise. Paramount will no longer be the home of Cruise-Wagner Productions, the company Cruise founded with his manager that produced the three "Mission: Impossible" movies, "Without Limits", "Shattered Glass" and "The Last Samurai",...read more