A dazzling Katie Holmes and her — um — lower companion hit the Berlin premiere of Lions for Lambs.
October 24, 2007 at 2:51 pm by Evil Beet
This is the second time this weekend we’ve seen little Suri with her parents in NYC.
Next thing you know, she’s gonna be enrolled at the Lycee Francais. Bottle and all. Oh, sorry. Bouteille et tous.
Tom left the building separately from Katie and Suri. Does he not want to give the photogs the satisfaction of getting family photos?
I just love the look Suri gives the cameras. While little Shiloh Jolie-Pitt seems like she came out of the womb knowing what photographers are and how you pout your lips just so for them, Suri’s still kinda like, “What are these things? And is it possible they have candy?”
Oh, and Katie looks amazing these days. Absolutely stunning.
Tom looks … well … Tom looks like he’s wearing a blue suit with a gray shirt and a brown vest. That’s how Tom looks.
October 21, 2007 at 1:41 am by Evil Beet
The littlest Cruise (even littler than Tom!) gets a tour of NYC with her folks on Friday night.
You can tell she’s still kind of quizzical about those strange little monsters who keep flashing lights at her. She’ll get used to it.
Okay, so I still refuse to believe she’s the actual child of Tom and Katie, but she sure as hell is cute.
October 20, 2007 at 4:09 pm by Evil Beet
July 14, 2007 at 2:56 pm by Evil Beet
In NYC Thursday night.
April 20, 2007 at 12:11 am by Evil Beet
The happy (and maybe preggers??) Ashton-Demi couple made an appearance at Mentor LA’s Promise gala honoring Tom Cruise. I think Demi Moore looks absolutely stunning for a woman her age, but if you look closely at her legs in the hi-def versions of these pics, she definitely is getting old-lady knees. That makes me happy because it means I still have something on Demi Moore, and it also makes me sad because it is proof that, no matter how much time, money and effort you put into it, you can’t totally pass for 20′s when you’re in your 40′s. Heh. Well, I still have fifteen years or so for plastic surgery to improve. It is nice that Mentor LA is “a nonprofit organization dedicated to revitalizing the schools and neighborhoods of some of the most disenfranchised communities in Los Angeles,” but maybe we need to be investing our time and energy in things that will allow me to have hot kneecaps when I’m 40.
Also, just to be a bitch, it’s nice that these people can piggyback off Tom Cruise’s fame in order to try to do something good for the world, but I can’t really figure out just what Tom did for these people. Their website briefly calls him their “supporter,” and talks a little about how much his movies make, but I get the sense this is more like “We want to thank Tom Cruise for lending us his name and face so that everyone will write about our event,” than “We want to thank Tom Cruise for his generous donations and his vocal support for the fact that real problems require real solutions, not horror stories about aliens and a backlash against the science of psychiatry.” But whatevs. Among the gala’s chairs were Ron Meyer (that’s the daddy of Spiderman’s baby mama, Jennifer Meyer), Terry Semel (the Yahoo guy and dad of Courtenay Semel, Paris Hilton wannabe and world-class but-her-face), and Paula Wagner, Cruise’s producing partner.