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Tom Cruise No Longer A Top Gun?


“It’s hardly a secret that Tom Cruise is no longer Hollywood’s top-gun star.
The 47-year-old boyish-looking actor has had a rough stretch, from an embarrassing jumping episode on Oprah Winfrey’s couch to the clunker “Lions for Lambs.” Many believe that his controversial career has peaked,” says Claudia Eller at the Los Angeles Times

“Cruise will still earn a handsome payday. He will be paid $20 million of his $25-million fee upfront to star in and produce the fourth “Mission” film, which is scheduled to hit theaters Memorial Day weekend 2011.

But he won’t collect a hefty “first dollar” cut of box-office receipts that entitles stars to skim a movie’s revenues before the studio earns back its huge investment and gets a fee for distributing the film, according to people familiar with the deal. If that seems sensible, it wasn’t always the case.”

To read more go to Claudia Eller at the Los Angeles Times

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  • February 15, 2010 | Permalink |

    Tom Cruise lost all credibility after he jumped on the couch on Oprah

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