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Kicking off the week with some press duties, Tom Cruise and Olga Kurylenko showed up at a photocall for their new film “Oblivion” today (April 1).
The “Top Gun” hunk and his sexy costar both drew quite a crowd as they smiled and waved to paparazzi and reporters at the Ritz Carlton Hotel.
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Continuing promotions for his new flick, Tom Cruise was seen stepping out of his hotel in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Friday (March 29).
The "Top Gun" actor looked casually cool in a simple white t-shirt, jeans, and his signature aviator sunglasses as he was greeted by a group of fans.
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Taking his latest film to South America, Tom Cruise attended the premiere of “Oblivion” on Wednesday (March 27) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Decked out in a handsome grey suit sans tie, the “Top Gun” hunk eagerly posed for the photographers on the venue's red carpet.
He’s one of the biggest movie stars of all time, so it’s no wonder Tom Cruise received a warm welcome upon his arrival in Rio de Janiero, Brazil today (March 27).
The “Top Gun” stud smiled widely as he made his way through the Rio International Airport while fans and press mobbed him to get a glimpse.
Building anticipation for its April release, two new TV spots for "Oblivion" hit the net on Sunday (March 24).
The sci-fi flick follows a veteran assigned to help extract Earth's remaining resources, only to ultimately question his mission and himself.
Reaching out to Russian fans, Tom Cruise joined the social networking site Vkontakte and has already been making use of the popular platform.
Managed by his team, the page personally thanked a few of his VK friends, calling them out by name and saying, "thank you for the warm reception and VK tips!"
Hoping to tackle another '60s spy franchise, Tom Cruise is looking to suit up for the big screen adaptation of "The Man from U.N.C.L.E."
According to Deadline, the 50-year-old actor is likely to sign onto the Guy Ritchie-directed film, playing leading man Napoleon Solo.
With his busy movie-making schedule, the last thing Tom Cruise has time for is a lengthy courtroom trial.
The "Mission Impossible" can breathe a sigh of relief, as a Los Angeles judge quickly dismissed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against him that was filed in December 2009.