Tom Cruise has gone from mega 80s superstar to couch-jumping nutball over the course of his career. With his off-screen demeanor calming down a bit, he's revived his career (see: 'Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol') and he's back on top of the Hollywood mountain, especially with his upcoming role in 'Rock of Ages.' But has his career resurgence made him go a bit bananas again?
Rock of Ages
In the upcoming musical film 'Rock of Ages,' Tom Cruise plays an aging rock star and the actor actually sings his songs in the film...and now you can hear his cover of Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar On Me."
The Weekly Dose of Ridiculous is extra ridiculous this week with creepy Tom Cruise, the agonizing search for actresses with real boobs, ill-advised sequels, and that reliable pot-stirrer Chevy Chase.
Tom Cruise is going from one of the best secret agents in the world to an eighties rock icon in his brand new film 'Rock of Ages.' Do you want to see more of him? Because W Magazine is showing a lot more of the actor in their latest issue. Guys, you may not like what you see...
Let's be honest: 'Rock of Ages' doesn't look so hot. At least not based on the film's trailer. But if you've ever had a jones to hear Tom Cruise sing Def Leppard or Russell Brand sing REO Speedwagon, then you're in luck. The details for the 'Rock of Ages' soundtrack have been released that show us exxactly what we'll be listening to and who'll be singing it, when the film hits theaters.
Are you ready to rock? This brand spanking new poster for the upcoming movie musical 'Rock of Ages' certainly is. It may as well have been born to rock. Okay, not really, but it is a better Photoshopped poster than most of the ones that have come out recently, and at least everybody's limbs are proportional.
Journey, Joan Jett, Poison, and Bon Jovi. What do these artists have in common? They're now music that middle-aged people grew up with. They're also featured in the trailer for 'Rock of Ages' the Adam Shankman-directed musical starring Malin Ackerman, Alec Baldwin, Mary J. Blige, Diego Boneta, Russell Brand, Bryan Cranston, Paul Giamatti, Julianne Hough, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and one Mr. Tom Cruise.