Vanity Fair posted up a photo booth at an their Oscars afterparty and the results of those that decided to participate are now online. Some are funny (Maya Rudolph and Kristen Wiig). Some are weird (Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes). Tom and Katie really have no chance being labeled as weird at this point, they really stood no chance. Sofia Vergara is in there, boy would I love to be in that photo booth with her. Locked in. Wearing nothing but a ball gag and a leather thong. Ugh, that was too much information. Now who’s the weird one? Oh yeah, its still Tom and Katie. Enjoy the pictures.
So, Katie Holmes danced on So you think you can dance? last night. Funny how remnants of her hotness are still there when she gets away from Tom Cruisentology. Enjoy.
Tom Cruise, the Scientoligist shown above attending his new movie’s premiere, Valkyrie, told the Sun he wants to have ten kids. Basically, he is launching an all out assault to finish off whatever possible attractiveness is left with his wife, Katie Holmes. This is comparable to when the US launches a massive bombing campaign in order to just get the job finished. Also, it appears that Tom believes he may be too active for his 16 years younger bride. Thoughts of this nature make me want to try out the Scientology deal, sounds like its a fountain of youth. More from the Sun.
On having more kids:
“I want ten children. I love kids. I feel really fortunate to have the teenagers and a two and a half-year-old. It’s a great dynamic.”
On the sixteen year age gap with Katie Holmes:
“If I’m worried about anything, it’s if she can keep up with me. I’m very active.”
On going to activities with his kids:
“I go to the children’s groups like other daddies. At first people look at me like, ‘My God, it’s him!’ and they treat me a little differently. But then they realise I’m just a father with my kids. It’s up to me to make everybody else feel okay about the fact that I’m there, and then everything just goes on.”
On discussing Scientology in interviews:
“I say, ‘That’s it, no more — go to the Scientology website’. I think I could have handled things better. I came across as arrogant and I didn’t communicate well.”