Tom Cruise stops by the show to talk about his new movie "Edge of Tomorrow."
Tom Cruise discusses his new movie "Oblivion."
Graham's guests include: Tom Cruise, Hugh Jackman, Billy Crystal, John Bishop, Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry, Pink
This week, Joel McHale weighs in on the latest Hollywood headlines including reports that Tom Cruise used Scientology to audition girlfriends, Lindsay Lohan allegedly trashing Liz Taylor's old trailer and the newly legal Courtney Stodden getting inundated with porn offers. Plus, actor Seth Green stops by to hold his own audition, the "Bachelor Pad" crew butchers a Night Ranger tune and a local news station confuses the late Michael Clarke Duncan with another famous bald-headed Michael. Then, the crew tunes into the strangest moments from "Gigolos," "Small Town Security," "Switched at Birth" and other hot shows.
This week, Joel McHale weighs in on the latest Hollywood headlines including Kourtney Kardashian and boyfriend Scott Disick giving birth to their second child, the E! network revamping their look and slogan and Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes coming to a quick settlement on their divorce. Plus, Lucy Lawless and "Glee" star Max Adler stop by the studio, the wacky news anchor Greg Kelly leaves "Good Day New York" and dance coach Abby Lee Miller somehow works the holocaust into "Dance Moms." Then, the crew tunes into the strangest moments from "Bunheads," "The Bachelorette" and other hot shows.
Ricky, Stephen and Karl discuss Karl's theory on how museums procure items for their collections (stealing), his invention for aspecial mug coaster, and his disappointment that the pocket tie never caught on. Also, Karl pitches his new idea for a film about aman whose brain is transplanted into Tom Cruise's body.
Did you ever think the technology found in Tom Cruise's 'Minority Report' would become reality?
Thomas Cruise Mapother IV, better known as Tom Cruise, was born on July 3, 1962 in Syracuse, New York. Cruise became interested in acting when he won the lead in a high school production of Guys and Dolls.
Hollywood A-listers Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz are in town and they head out onto the test track as the Stars in a Reasonably Priced Car. Plus, Richard Hammond is in Sweden for a race against some hardcore snowmobilers.
The Ayrton Senna film is not included in this episode of Top Gear. Hollywood A-listers Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz are in town and they head out onto the test track as the Stars in a Reasonably Priced Car. Plus, Richard Hammond is in Sweden for a race against some hardcore snowmobilers and James May attempts to break his personal speed record in a brand new, even more powerful version of the amazing Bugatti Veyron.
This show marked South Park's 200th episode. Led by Tom Cruise, two hundred celebrities, previously ridiculed by the town of South Park, file a class action lawsuit. They demand immunity from ever being made fun of again. When Stan begs them to accept his apology, they offer impossible terms and the boys ask the Super Best Friends for help.
Hollywood actors Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz take their turn in the Reasonably Priced Car.
Go behind-the-scenes as Hef, his girlfriends and their sexy Playmate pals shoot a "Guitar Hero" commercial--"Risky Business" style! See the girls try to master Tom Cruise's famous move as they slip and slide all over the Mansion and rock out for director Brett Ratner. Also, Crystal takes a road trip to see her mom in San Diego and discovers an old unfinished recording her father did when she was a baby. She decides to take the tape back home and record the song for her mother as a special surprise. But does Crystal have what it takes to follow in her father's musical footsteps? Plus, see what happens when she hits the recording studio with Motown legend Smokey Robinson!
Black tie glamour meets Southern charm at Mollie and Jason's wedding. The couple's 280 guests will be treated to a lavish, all-expense-paid weekend in Atlanta. The ceremony will take place at the city's most prestigious place of worship, the Cathedral of St. Philip. Eight red rose wreaths and a strolling violinist will welcome guests as they arrive. The Grammy-winning Atlanta Boy Choir, as well as a pianist, organist and trumpeter will provide wedding music, while a string trio will provide prelude music. The bride's Rivini ceremony gown is valued at $35,000, while her tiara, a handmade gift from designer Maria Elena, is valued at $10,000. During the cocktail hour at the famous Ritz Carlton, the family wedding gowns will be on display in the corridor, along with rose topiary trees and dozens of fresh arrangements. Signature drinks and the bride's favorite childhood foods will be served. Inside the reception, the custom designed lighting will wash the ballroom in a soft pink with pin spotting and a custom gobo shining the bride and groom's monogram in the center of the oversized white dance floor. Three magicians will circulate around the party, while 1970's platinum recording artists, The Tams, provide musical entertainment. During the reception, the bride will change into a pale pink bridal gown, also custom made by Rivini. The Southern Comfort menu includes options like shrimp and grits, broccoli cole slaw, buttermilk fried chicken and mashed sweet potatoes. Dessert stations will serve warm peach cobblers with vanilla creme, while the five-tiered wedding cake was modeled after that of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. As the bride exits through a shower of ivory rose petals, guests will be left with Christopher Radko Christmas ornaments, custom designed posters and special surprises from the valet. It all wraps up with a beautiful farewell breakfast in the Ritz' Georgian Room.
A full hour with Tom Cruise.
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