Now we know why Tom Cruise was jumping up and down on Oprah's couch so emphatically. He was trying to rattle those aliens up inside him and get them to come plopping out!
That must be the same reason he wore assless chaps in Rock of Ages. (And yes, I know "assless chaps" is a redundancy, but I like ... More >>
Not sure if he's the one who should be outing anyone, but here's what the American Psycho author (above) has been tweeting:
"Has anyone heard that Stanley Kubrick was gay? Info from two very good sources that despite wife and kids he had a long-term male partner."
"I don't care who's gay and who ... More >>
There are some fun things in Rock of Ages--it's hard to resist the gay twist, the boy band joke, and Alec Baldwin--but the movie's not exactly igniting the box office with the pyrotechnics of a metal concert.
And I know why:
The people who like '80s metal music aren't dying to see two bland young ... More >>
He's cooler than you think--and around his butt, things were way cooler during the filming of Rock of Ages.
An interview with the film's gay director, Adam Shankman, in Next magazine reveals the fascinating genesis of Tom's revealing look as a burnt-out rocker.
"There [were] other options to assl ... More >>
Last night at the Waldorf-Astoria, the Friars Club saluted Tom Cruise with its Icon Award, so I was there like a top gun, all cocked and sitting at full attention.
Tom's Rock of Ages costar Alec Baldwin MC'd a lineup of speakers like Cuba Gooding Jr. and Kevin Pollack, but Jerry Lewis, who was supp ... More >>
On Sunday, we broke the news that the lyrics to Lisa Marie Presley's song "So Long" -- from her new album Storm and Grace -- contained an even more obvious message that she was leaving Scientology than the one we perceived in the single she released in advance of the album a month ago, "You Ain't Se ... More >>
The last time I looked at the box-office reports, Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol was still soaring atop the chart, raking in post-holiday business that put other films (like Shame) to shame.
Even more distressingly, the Brad Bird-directed popcorn flick got good reviews and is generally consi ... More >>