Cruise Puts Money Where Big Mouth Is
Tom Cruise may end up having the last laugh after he got dumped by Paramount. Page Six reports that Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder has agreed to pony up an additional $200 million for Cruise's future projects, on top of the $3 million he already gave to Cruise and producing partner Paula Wagner for "overhead" in return for a first look at any of their projects. That's why Cruise was seen hanging out with Snyder at the Redskins game last weekend. Cruise and his family also went to Snyder's house in the Washington suburbs and spent the day together at the Six Flags amusement park, which closed down so their famous guests could enjoy the rides without having to wait in line.
Party Favors: "King's Men" Gets Warm Welcome in Big Easy, Another Body Shows Up on "CSI" Set
"All the King's Men" might have gotten panned at Toronto, but that didn't stop hundreds of screaming fans in New Orleans from turning out for the premiere last night. Sean Penn, Jude Law and Kate Winslet were on hand, and Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco thanked Penn for his help in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, when he went door-to-door looking for survivors ... In Miami, shooting for "CSI: Miami" got a little too realistic the other day, when a body washed up where the TV show was filming. It was the second body on a CSI set recently: another one was found on the set of "CSI: Los Angeles" earlier this week. Neither death has been deemed suspicious.
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