Scientology Really Did Ruin Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ Marriage, In Case There Were Any Doubts

Katie holmes afraid of tomWhen Tom Cruise was asked in court if Scientology was “one of the reasons” Katie Holmes divorced him, he reportedly said “That was one of the assertions, yes.”

But, since he’s still a Scientologist and finds all lines of questioning that in any way paint Scientology in a bad light super offensive (just as I find religions that are under 60-years-old super offensive), he is also quoted as saying “there is no need to protect my daughter from my religion.”

And I guess that’s sort of true since there aren’t a lot of children’s book about the power of Xenu’s silver booty shorts and hypnotizing lazer eyes. Or are there?

I haven’t been to that Church in awhile. Last time I was there I took a gem off the wall and sold it for a mansion and a helicopter and I think I may replaced Katie as their number one target. #DangerZone

Katie Holmes Believes The Church Of Scientology Is Spying On Her

Mysterious vehicles have been spotted outside of Katie Holmes‘ New York apartment that she has been staying at for the last few weeks.

She believes they belong to representatives of The Church Of Scientology.

Others (paparazzi) say the cars, a black SUV and a white Cadillac Escalade, could be occupied by people from the press looking for anything that they could call a story.

Rumor has it one of Holmes’ reasons for divorce was to prevent six-year-old Suri from being further exposed to the religion. But what would Scientologists gain from these spying excursions?

Are they going to kidnap her and force her to take back her request for sole custody?

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Katie Holmes Filed For Divorce From Tom Cruise, Remains Tight-Lipped On Why

Turns out the third time wasn’t a charm for Tom Cruise, the rather shocking news is that Katie Holmes filed for divorce on Thursday, just days before his birthday. Friend and attorney Bert Fields told Reuters:

“Katie filed for divorce yesterday. Tom is very saddened by that, and right now he is concentrating on the kids…Tom wants to be very private.”

Holmes’ lawyer, Jonathan Wolfe, was the first to confirm the split saying, “This is a personal and private matter for Katie and her family, Katie’s primary concern remains, as it always has been, her daughter’s best interest.”

So, privacy and secrecy until one of them (or “a source”) starts leaking information. Maybe it was an amicable divorce. Maybe they fell out of love in the last year of their five-year marriage…

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Tom Cruise Loosened The Katie Holmes Leash

For those of you who think that Katie Holmes is living the life of a Hefner girlfriend minus the nudity and sex, you may be wrong. Not only did she star in Guillermo Del Toro’s R-rated horror spectacle, Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark, in August of last year but now she’s posing “topless” as they call it, for H. Stern jewelry.

I bet you didn’t know that Howard Stern and Howard K. Stern had a jewelry line together, but they just love getting together and stringing gems and beads plus talking about the tragedy that was Anna Nicole Smith.

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Reasons To See ‘Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark’

Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark is the  newest horror movie to open in theaters, written and produced by Guillermo Del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, The Orphanage) and directed by feature film virgin Troy Nixey.

This is a semi-familiar tale, of a girl (Bailee Madison) who is sent to live with her father (Guy Pearce) and his girlfriend (Katie Holmes) in the historic mansion that they are renovating together. The great thing about this movie is it is not chock-full of deaths, pointless gore or over the top rock music that fees like advertising.

It is suspenseful, and thrilling though not necessarily scary, not that it doesn’t provide a few jolts in your seat. As soon as Sally (Madison, of Just Go With It, and Brothers) moves in, the house’s deadly past begins surfacing, at first to only Sally, making it all the more frusterating.

An evil presence, we’ll call it, though it is not ghosts or devils, think something more typical of Del Toro, seen in Hellboy II and Pan’s Labyrinth, is prevalent here…

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