And in an accompanying interview, he breaks his public silence about his break-up from year-old Nicole, with whom he has two adopted children. Asked why the marriage fell apart , he declares: ' She knows why, and I know why. She's the mother of my children and I wish her well. Told that this enigmatic statement - which implies fault on her part - will only make the public more curious about the relationship, he says: 'I don't care if it piques people's interest. Honestly, people should mind their own damn business. The striking images in Vanity Fair seem to mark a new direction for Cruise, who tightly controls all information about him and makes few public moves without a thorough appreciation of their implications. Last week he won a legal action against a magazine publisher who claimed to have a video of him engaged in gay sex. In the interview, Cruise is also asked about his new romance with actress Penelope Cruz.
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The way he runs with jacked intensity, that single wisp of un-gelled hair bobbing to and fro in the breeze? His compact, buff as hell little body that defies age and time? Well, if so, enjoy this naked sculpture of the man, the legend, the Cruise, courtesy of celeb-crazed artist Daniel Edwards. Taking a hint from the Shroud of Turin, the Shroud of Scientology is a foot rectangular beast, depicting a fully groomed Cruise clutching the Scientology cross on his chest. It gives evidence for future generations that Tom Cruise not only belonged to Scientology, but saved it from obscurity. Despite the artists' less-than-perfect track record, we can't deny our excitement at a Cruise-centric work, especially one in the buff. Flashback to P. Anderson's wise words on the set of "Magnolia": " Tom Cruise is the biggest movie star in the world.
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