The Academy Awards are bringing together Hollywood’s biggest stars.
The Academy Awards are bringing together Hollywood’s biggest stars.
Suri Cruise is getting older. The 16-year-old is about to embark in a new chapter of life: college. According to new reports, she’s applying for various universities.
Tom Cruise doesn't appear to be on a mission to see his youngest daughter, a new report suggests. A source told Page Six that the "Top Gun: Maverick" star has not seen Suri Cruise, 16, "in a very long time and is not a part of her life."Tom's relationship with his daughter began growing estranged after his 2011 split from Suri's mom, Katie Holmes. Their relationship has only grown more distant, the report alleges.There has been speculation — and, to an extent, confirmation — for over a decade that Scientology, Tom's preferred religion, played a role in the estrangement.
Hollywood actor Tom Cruise reportedly has nothing to do with his 16-year-old daughter Suri's life as she applies to start college.
Suri Cruise is ready for college. A new report says that the 16-year-old is applying to various universities and appears to be focused on New York City. It also says that her relationship with her father, Tom Cruise, has grown more and more distance with the passage of time, with him having no input on her college picks.
“Star Wars” and “Harry Potter” actor Paul Grant has passed away at age 56.
Paul Grant has died at the age of 56, his family has confirmed.The actor, who famously played an Ewok in the Star Wars film Return of the Jedi alongside Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford, had been found collapsed outside King's Cross Station in London on Thursday afternoon.The father of three, who also had a turn as a goblin in the Harry Potter film series, was pronounced brain dead after being rushed to hospital. His family has since confirmed that his life support machine was switched off on Sunday 19 March. His daughter Sophia Jayne Grant, 28, paid tribute to her father, saying she was "devastated" by the news.
replace Tyra Banks as the long-running reality competition series’ co-host, ABC announced Monday. Already a vet of the reality competition series, Hough will take the hosting mic for Season 32.
Tom Cruise is the hunkiest movie star, according to the world's biggest experts… mums. The Top Gun actor pipped funnyman Robin Williams to the No 1 spot in a poll for Mothering Sunday.
Tom Cruise was “a little sensitive” for missing the 2023 Oscars after Top Gun: Maverick was snubbed.Cruise, whose new film received six nominations, was not in attendance at the Los Angeles ceremony. According to Entertainment Tonight, this was because the actor is shooting Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part II on location in the UK.Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Letterman said that the supposed production issues were “nonsense,” and that he should have attended to celebrate “his big jet pack Maverick show”.Kimmel then responded: “Yeah. It seems like he should’ve been there, but he was not there.
David Letterman is curious about a missing nominee during Sunday night’s Oscars.
Zack Sharf Digital News Director David Letterman visited “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and had a burning question for the host, who recently earned great reviews for his stint hosting the 2023 Oscars. “Here’s something that’s a little sensitive: Tom Cruise,” Letterman said. “Where was Tom Cruise?” Despite “Top Gun: Maverick” earning six Academy Award nominations and Cruise being a nominee for best picture as one of the film’s producers, the A-list star skipped the 2023 ceremony. Reports surfaced ahead of the show that Cruise was too busy shooting the “Mission: Impossible” sequel in Italy to attend, but the actor popped up in London two days after the Oscars to attend Michael Caine’s 90th birthday party. Cruise also showed up at the Oscars Nominees Luncheon in February.
Michael Caine celebrated his 90th birthday on Tuesday, and commemorated the milestone with a superstar friend, Tom Cruise.English comedian and TV personality David Walliams, who was also in attendance at the event, shared some snapshots from the festivities, and the star was by Caine's side for the special event.«Happy 90th Birthday to the legendary Sir Michael Caine,» Walliams captioned a slideshow post, which included a photo of Cruise with his arm around Caine's shoulders as the pair smiled for the camera.Additional photos in the post show Cruise was seated right next to Caine during the birthday bash, as Caine addressed his fellow revelers while sitting in front of a big birthday cake.Cruise wasn't the only star to wish the two-time Oscar winner a happy birthday. star Mia Farrow took to Instagram to share her well wishes, alongside a few throwback photos of the pair from their younger days.«Happy 90th Birthday to Michael Caine, such a funny and wise friend over many years,» Farrow wrote.
Tom Cruise.The Loose Women star attended Caine’s birthday party in London on Wednesday (March 15), and shared photos and videos from the event on Instagram.One clip shows Welch delivering a speech at the event at the request of Caine’s wife Shakira. The caption reads: “Such an honour to be asked by Shakira to say a few words at Sir Michael Caine’s 90th birthday!!!“He loves a dirty joke and so does @tomcruise it appears!!!! Great night and amazing company.”A post shared by Denise Welch (@denise_welch)In the video, Welch says: “Only the other morning, [Shakira] said she heard a scream from downstairs.
Denise Welch prompted raucous laughter during Sir Michael Caine’s 90th birthday celebrations with a risque joke. The Loose Women panellist, 64, joined Hollywood star Tom Cruise and Mission: Impossible director Christopher McQuarrie at the River Cafe in west London. Other guests included David Walliams, who worked with Sir Michael on the 2021 crime drama Twist, and impresario Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber.
“Top Gun: Maverick” actor was noticeably absent from the 2023 Academy Awards on Sunday, despite the blockbuster film being nominated for six awards.But as the celebrities got suited and booted for Hollywood’s biggest night, Cruise headed across the pond to attend Caine’s birthday celebration in the UK.Joining the likes of comedian David Walliams and Caine’s wife, Shakira, 75, Cruise was snapped grinning at an intimate dinner for the big day.“Happy 90th Birthday to the legendary Sir Michael Caine,” Walliams wrote on Instagram alongside a series of pictures from the dinner.Caine appeared to be healthy and in good spirits as he continues to recover from major spinal surgery to treat spinal stenosis — a condition caused by the narrowing of the spinal canal, resulting in back and neck pain.The two-time Oscar winner, who relies on the help of a walking frame, previously spoke out about his back issues in 2021 — sparking speculation that he was set to retire.Other snaps from his birthday showed Cruise wrapping his arm around the veteran actor as Walliams joined them for a snap.The scaled-back affair featured a handful of A-listers including celebrity chef Ruth Rogers and an appetizing chocolate cake and a lot of red wine.Cruise was MIA at Sunday’s ceremony because he reportedly wanted to avoid an “awkward run-in” with his ex-wife Nicole Kidman, 55, whom he divorced more than 20 years ago.“Tom was not there because she was there, and he did not want a run-in,” a source told the Daily Mail on Monday.But insiders close to Cruise told the outlet that his absence was “not personal” and instead the result of scheduling issues.The Post has contacted representatives for Cruise and Kidman for comment.The prolific duo married on Dec.
Tom Cruise was notoriously absent from the Academy Awards. The actor, who starred and produced “Top Gun: Maverick,” has had a big year, earning six nominations for his film. According to a news report, he reportedly skipped out on the event to avoid a run in with his ex wife Nicole Kidman.Tom Cruise invited to big royal event this year: ReportDiego Boneta says Tom Cruise was like his mentor; does hilarious impressionThe Daily Mail reported that Cruise wanted to avoid an awkward run in with his ex at all costs.
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Tom Cruise because the actor decided not to attend the ceremony, Oscars producers have admitted.Kimmel was the host of the 95th iteration of the Oscars on Sunday (March 12). The comic opened his the show with a monologue in which he poked fun at Avatar director James Cameron, last year’s Will Smith slapping incident and a dig at the poor box office performance of Babylon.The late-night TV host also couldn’t help but alert the audience to the fact that Cruise, whose Top Gun: Maverick received six nominations, was not in attendance.
Nicole Kidman is notoriously private when it comes to her family and personal life and rarely opens up about them.On Sunday, she stepped out at the Oscars with her husband, Keith Urban, and the pair looked more loved up than ever - having reunited following time apart due to the singer's Las Vegas residency.Nicole's ex-husband, Tom Cruise, was also due to attend the ceremony, but was absent from the event.VIDEO: Nicole Kidman's relationship with her children with Tom CruiseThe former couple have remained tight lipped about their relationship following their split in February 2001, however, Nicole has previously shared some thoughts on the Top Gun star in a personal essay for New York magazine in 2018.She wrote: "Being married to Tom Cruise at 22 is something I'm always reluctant to talk about, because I'm married now to the man who is my great love [Keith Urban], and it almost feels disrespectful.MORE: How Nicole Kidman's daughters have a very different life to their famous siblingsRELATED: Nicole Kidman and daughter Bella celebrate incredible personal news"That said, I got married very young, but it definitely wasn't power for me ― it was protection."Nicole and Tom adopted two children during their marriage, Isabella, 30, and Connor, 28. The Undoing star went on to welcome two daughters with Keith - Sunday Rose, 14, and Faith Margaret, 12.
feels the need, the need — to stay far away from his ex-wife, Nicole Kidman. The 60-year-old “Top Gun: Maverick” actor was noticeably absent from the 2023 Oscars on Sunday, despite the movie being nominated for six awards. He reportedly was MIA because he wanted to avoid an “awkward run-in” with Kidman, 55, whom he divorced more than 20 years ago.“Tom was not there because she was there, and he did not want a run-in,” a source reportedly told the Daily Mail on Monday.But insiders close to Cruise allegedly told the outlet that his absence was “not personal” and instead the result of scheduling issues.
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Bonded for life! While celebrating Top Gun: Maverick‘s success at the 2023 Oscars, Jay Ellis reflected on the time he got to spend with costar Tom Cruise.
Academy Awards brought out the biggest names in Hollywood for a night of fun and celebration.Coming together at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, this year's Oscars was a musical performance-filled gala that also served as a celebration of cinema greatness and delivered some truly unexpected surprises and category upsets.Hosted once again by Jimmy Kimmel — serving as emcee for the third time -- this year's show expertly navigated the potentially choppy waters of the first show since the infamous slap heard 'round the world.From some long-awaited wins to some truly touching acceptance speeches, here are all the best, biggest and most memorable highlights from Sunday's 95th Oscars ceremony!After parachuting into the Dolby Theatre (literally dropping down from the rafters), Kimmel delivered a monologue that was gently playful, poking fun at some of the nominees but with a loving and considerate tone — for the most part.After ribbing Steven Spielberg, James Cameron and Tom Cruise, he addressed last year's infamous slap toward the end of his monologue, explaining, «We want you to have fun, feel safe, and most importantly, we want me to feel safe. So, we have strict policies in place.
In its first win of the evening, Paramount/Skydance’s Top Gun: Maverick scooped the Oscar for Sound with the prize going to the team of Mark Weingarten, James H. Mather, Al Nelson, Chris Burdon and Mark Taylor.
He’s got jokes! Jimmy Kimmel kicked off the 95th annual Academy Awards on Sunday, March 12, with a rousing monologue — and no one in the crowd was safe.
Jimmy Kimmel is roasting the Oscars for their lack of female representation.
Best Picture “All Quiet on the Western Front” — Malte Grunert, producer “Avatar: The Way of Water” — James Cameron and Jon Landau, producers
with his performance as the King in “Elvis,” and who’s nominated for Best Actor at the Oscars on Sunday.The kid’s on the brink of the big-big-time, right when the industry needs it badly. For more than a decade, Hollywood has searched in vain for worthy successors to Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio while trade publications have mourned the death of the old-school Leading Man. Our former heartthrobs can still sell tickets (see: “Top Gun: Maverick”), but they are getting long in the tooth and caring less and less about the state of their beards.While plenty of great young actors are on the rise, there’s no cultural consensus around most of them. Timothée Chalamet, 27, is a major talent and has rapidly become a film fixture, but has so far preferred prestige films (“Dune” is as arthouse as science-fiction gets) by filmmakers such as Luca Guadagnino and Wes Anderson, whose work most Americans don’t know or go out of their way to see.Smiley Eddie Redmayne and Andrew Garfield are quirky if good-looking and respectable Brits (Garfield, who has a British accent, is technically British-American) and already, respectively, 41 and 39.
Tom Cruise will not be at the 95th Academy Awards.ET has confirmed the star's absence is due to him already being back on set overseas for. is nominated for six Oscars.
The night before the Academy Awards is a celebration within itself, with heaps of stars showing up to some of Hollywood's most glamorous Pre-Oscar parties. Previous Oscar winners including Nicole Kidman and Brie Larson showed up to the Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel for the Chanel and Charles Finch Dinner. Kidman stole the show, opting to go braless, wearing only a navy and black tweed jacket with a matching fringe skirt.
NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” had Oscar fever in its opening segment, ahead of Tinseltown’s big night.Marcello Hernandez and Heidi Gardner portrayed “Access Hollywood’s” Mario Lopez and “either Maria Menounos or Kit Hoover, they haven’t told me yet,” Gardner cracked.Mike Tyson, played by Kenan Thompson, was on hand as a hired security guard tasked with preventing another dustup like the Will Smith assault on Chris Rock.“I should warn you, the following things will set me off,” the fake Tyson announced. “Clapping, statues of gold people, and shows that last more than two hours.”Serial lying Long Island Rep.
Matt Donnelly Senior Film Writer Tom Cruise got a hero’s welcome in Hollywood over the last week of February. The best actor Oscar nominee for “Top Gun: Maverick” had been largely absent from Los Angeles during prime awards campaigning season, held up filming his latest “Mission: Impossible” epic, and the town was more than compensated for his absence when he finally touched down. On Sunday Feb. 26, “Top Gun: Maverick” producer Jerry Bruckheimer opened his Beverly Hills home to power players and stars (many of them voters for the annual Academy Awards) where Cruise was guest of honor. Days later, former Paramount chief and show business stateswoman Shery Lansing gave an equally well-attended cocktail party to fete Cruise. It’s not surprising that the industry would want to celebrate the man who Steven Spielberg said “saved Hollywood’s ass” by getting moviegoers back in theaters. But were the events legit in the eyes of the film academy, which enforces how and when Oscar hopefuls get to woo the figures that hand them golden trophies? The Academy’s bylaws say that after Oscar nominations are released, campaigns cannot “invite members to attend any parties, dinners, lunches, or other non-screening events that promote nominated films.”
It had to be the Academy Awards that got burned in tonight’s SNL cold open, didn’t it? But did it have to be this gammy cold open?
Bowen Yang introduced a new recurring political impersonation during the January 21 episode of Saturday Night Live by getting in drag to impersonate a George Santos.
Hollywood Reporter survey found that a majority would like to go back and change their 1977 votes for “Rocky” to “All the President’s Men.” And looking back at 1999, if they had to do it all over again, they’d give the gold to war epic “Saving Private Ryan” instead of the largely-forgotten “Shakespeare in Love.” But there have been a lot more recipients of Hollywood’s highest honor that have fallen out of favor — and sometimes in epic fashion. Here are 11 examples of Best Picture winners that probably wouldn’t win the award in 2023 — that is, if they were even green-lighted in the first place.
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