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She just loves to wear genie pants for a night out on the town with husband Tom Cruise. [New York City, 10/16/08] Keep reading »
Last night I went and saw Katie Holmes in Arthur Miller’s play “All My Sons”. Now, originally I was going to compare Katie Holmes Broadway debut to Sarah Palin’s VP debate: As long as she didn’t run off the stage screaming, vomit, or totally blank on her lines, then it was a success. But then I realized, this was just too mean for the once lovable Joey Potter. Admit it, we all used to love Katie Holmes pre-Tom Cruise — before she became a robot and was renamed “Kate”.
Remember her on “Dawson’s Creek” as little Joey Potter who, both on-and-off- screen, dated the adorable, age-appropriate Pacey? Remember when she tried to seduce Michael Douglas in “Wonder Boys”, and we kinda wished he’d gone for her? Remember when she actually “acted” in “Pieces of April”, and came pretty darn close to pulling off quirky and deep? See! You used to like her! I did too! BUT, does this mean she belongs onstage opposite the fabulous Diane Wiest and legendary John Lithgow? Hell no, Xenu. But I’ll give her an A for effort. Keep reading »
What if Katie Holmes posted homemade videos about her life on YouTube and gave the world a look inside one of the more mysterious marriages in Hollywood? That’s what the chick behind Don’tCallMeJoey has in mind when she films herself impersonating the former Dawson’s Creek star and wife of Tom Cruise — her resemblance to the actress is uncanny, as are her vocal inflections, and the result is hilarious. Check out the clip of “Katie” drunk, above, as well as others on her YouTube page. Keep reading »
Go on girl! Won’t be long before Mommy and Daddy stop you from mining for gold in public. [New York City, 8/18/08] Keep reading »
Those are some seriously metrosexual, Euro-trash glasses on Tom Cruise, by the way. [New York City, 8/15/08] Keep reading »
We were positively puzzled when we saw this headline on Variety.com: “Jolie replaces Cruise in ‘Salt’.” According to the article, Angelina Jolie may take on the title role in Edwin A. Salt, a film about “a CIA officer who is accused by a defector of being a Russian sleeper spy and must elude capture long enough to establish her innocence.” Tom Cruise had wanted to play the role for a long time, but when his interest faded, and Jolie expressed her enthusiasm and the studio decided to rewrite the screenplay with a female lead (the title will also be changed). Now, we didn’t think Angelina and Tom had anything in common, except for the fact that they’re both half of high-powered Hollywood couples, but upon further inspection, we found that the two may have been separated at birth. Keep reading »