Katie And Tom Break Up: Who: The 56-year-old Tom Cruise and the 39-year-old Katie Holmes, are stars of Dawson’s Creek and modern-day fashion superstars. The Met: Well, it’s tricky — it’s complicated in the sense of extremely difficult. Apparently, the Church of Scientology set out to locate Cruise a suitable wife after his Divorce from Nicole Kidman and subsequent breakup with Penelope Cruz.
Once Scarlett Johansson and Sofa Vergara had been purportedly courted, the process proved more difficult than imagined. In the end, a Seventeen magazine article was the answer to the prayers of church officials. “I used to assume that I was going to marry Tom Cruise,” Katie (then engaged to Chris Klein) told a teen zine in 2004. A year and a half after Klein and Holmes split, Tom and Katie (a.k.a. TomKat) made their red carpet debut in Rome. Klein and Holmes confirmed their split six months later. Coincidence? We’ll never know for sure.
Peak: When they developed Miss Suri, the model for one of our all-time favorite pieces of pop culture memorabilia, the Suri’s Burn Book.
Watson and Holmes are working on many projects, including a movie with Patrick Stewart. Tom’s post-Katie dating life has been the subject of numerous speculations, but nothing has been proven. Vanessa Kirby, Cruise’s co-star in Mission Impossible — Fallout, has firmly refuted any tabloid rumors that they are dating. Confirmed towards the end of June that Callum Turner was still her long-term love interest. The ongoing production of a modern sequel to Top Gun is underway by the action star.
What Wrong in Tom and Katie’s Separation
What happened in the TomKat marriage between Scientology, Dawson’s Creek, and the elder women?
There can be no denying that any divorce is a heartbreaking experience. Outsiders should offer their deepest sympathies, but if you don’t know the couple personally, don’t say anything at all. You have no right to interfere. It is important to retain decorum, maturity, and tactfully silent understanding.
Except for marriage with Tom Cruise, of course. Because Cruise is an extraterrestrial, as everyone knows. Invading aliens is a threat. Let’s face it, everyone knows it. Just try to picture Cruise in a bikini. See? It’s tough to imagine him with anything other than a smooth, plastic groin, like a Ken doll’s genitalia. So why does Cruise’s face come straight out of the Handsome Factory? Because this mask (actually from the Handsome Factory) is nothing more than a disguise for his innately weird and alien nature, even if it’s cleverly elasticated. What’s more, I’d like to tell you something.
He won’t mind if I say it. As a Scientologist, he’d probably say something similar, given that he’s a devout follower of the religion, which, as you may have heard, believes that the only reason people follow other religions is that their souls were brainwashed 75 billion years ago after being forced to watch a “three-D, the super colossal motion picture” for 36 days. So, no, I’m not making fun of him in any way. He might not like the evil part. Along with being genital-free. Tom, I’m sorry for the inconvenience. Loved seeing you in Magnolia.
Most talked-About Celebrity Breakups of all Time
This split between Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes was always going to be one of the most talked-about celebrity breakups of all time—and People magazine aptly called it “shocking.” Some are reacting more like the headline on the gossip website Gawker, which reads: “Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are divorcing because they couldn’t fake being in love forever, and plus she’s not a dude.”
While the People magazine offices may still be in “shock,” as silent as a Scientologist mother giving birth who is biting back her screams of pain so as “not to traumatize the baby,” others are more like the Scientologist mother. Although Scientology’s teachings may be no wackier than those of any other major religion, pieces like the one in the New Yorker last year about filmmaker Paul Haggis’s eventual defection from the religion definitely make it look crazier than it really is. Even Rupert Murdoch thinks Scientologists are “weird, maybe even evil,” which feels a little like the end of irony. )
With the “Save Katie” campaign that started before their improbable marriage (honestly, where’s Pacey when you need him, eh?), her seemingly constant pained (IMPRISONED???? BRAINWASHED??????) expression, and the inherent weirdness of Cruise, you’ve got more conspiracy theories than a lifetime of drunken ramblings from Oliver Stone.
After just a few hours of the announcement of their divorce, conspiracy theories began to pop up online in a similar way to how dampness might encourage moss. But how do you keep track of them all? And how can you tell the difference between something that seems ludicrous but is actually true? My experience and knowledge are just as reliable and up-to-date as anyone else’s spewing it off in the media:
- Katie had had enough of being dominated by lunatic Tom and fled in the middle of the night with her high-heeled daughter to free her from Scientology’s clutches.
There is no doubt in my mind that it is possible. The narrative of Not Without My Daughter, a 1991 film that wasn’t afraid to be overtly racist and featured Sally Field in a perpetually distraught look, sounds a lot like this. As a result, there’s that.
Secondly, Tom has a preference for ladies under the age of 33: All three of Tom’s marriages ended when his wives were 33 years old. Jesus died at the age of 30. What if Tom’s wives were all Jesus’ contemporaries? Jesus would never have appeared with Jack and Jill in Far and Away, let alone Jack and Jill and Jesus. The “Master Teacher” (and why not? ), which “represents benevolence and boosting mankind’s positive energy in numerology,” is associated with the number 33 in Scientology.
It’s unclear what that has to do with divorce, which isn’t exactly famed for its “good energy.” The wives were born 11 years apart as well: Holmes in 1978, Kidman in 1967, and Rogers in 1956 respectively. Those actresses and actors who were born in 1989 have finally found their moment in the limelight. This is a wink at Taylor Swift.
A firm hand was put down by James van der Beek
Joey Potter, I’m fed up with this already! You were meant to be with Dawson, then Pacey, then that movie star guy from out of town. You went completely off the rails. The out-of-towner is always a bad idea, as anyone who watches television knows. Did anyone else notice the Ross and Emily storyline in Friends? This means that the Dawson’s Creek reunion some of us have been yearning for far too long can finally take place (you know Tom would never have allowed his wife to go back to the Creek). With Tom in love with Taylor Swift, Joey and Dawson can finally get married and enjoy meaningful conversations on the porch until the end of time!