Mr. Moon made me chuckle out loud. Hope you guys have a great weekend.
Oh and happy birthday to Mr. Moon.
A gay scientific guy--LOL. She is probably sick of his weirdness whatever kind it may be. Plus he is short.
Okay. Now that is some funny stuff right there.Agree with Syd--he IS short.
I am glad for her. She always looked like a deer in the headlights when she was with him. She must be getting strong.
I am now always going to think of him as the gay scientific guy. Dad's so funny.
My friend Moira is the person who designed those original SAVE KATIE shirts -- they were very visible in the early days, here in LA. I'm glad that she's through with the scientology thing -- so freaking weird.
Ha!I actually feel bad for Tom Cruise. He's a weird character, but it's got to be hard struggling with a fading career and God-knows-what-all personal demons.
I've been feeling bad for her for years. I hope she'll be ok. Huh. wv = tomsuffe
What Birdie said. She totally disappeared after she married him. I mean she was there but not, smiling like a Stepford wife. She did not seem like the actress who had compelled me in Pieces of April. She seemed to be making herself small with great effort. Welcome back Katie.
You and Mr moon are a hoot! Please say happy happy for me!
Mr. Shife- I have a very funny husband. Another reason I love him so.Syd- Well, he can't help the shortness and if he's gay, he can't help that either, as my mother would point out. I have no idea about whether he is or not. He IS a very handsome man. gradydoctor- He cracks me up, Mr. Moon does.Birdie- I know. Like her wings had been clipped. DTG- He is, ain't he? Can't wait to see you tonight!Elizabeth- I'm betting the divorce has a lot to do with her not wanting her daughter to be taken in by the Scientologists. What a weird religion! As if any of them weren't. Steve Reed- Well, the camera does love him and I sure have enjoyed him in some of his roles. Jo- He married her when she was a child. I guess she's grown up some now.Angella- Yep. Like she was a hologram or something. I'll tell Mr. Moon you wished him a happy birthday. Thank-you, honey.
Mr. Moon - yep, you got it! Happy Birthday. Lucy
All the press will certainly be a shot in the arm for Katie Holmes' undeniably bland career. For a while anyway. Hope she has something in the can so she can cash in on her sudden appearance in the Hollywood limelight.
hahahahahahahahahaha!Move over katie, here comes Rebecca!
Madame King- Ah. You cynic you! Beth- It could happen. Why not? Perhaps our Rebecca could talk him out of beng scientific.
I have a plan. And he has my phone number. I mean, I married a Christian once and how fucked up is that religion?xoxox
Ms. Moon, I wasn't being cynical at all. I can't remember a single movie Katie Holmes was ever in. Not a single one. Oh except she was a face in an advert in Cameron Crowe's Vanilla Sky a blockbuster movie starring Tom Cruise.xo
Madame King- Extremely fucked up. I agree. And Katie's Catholic so...I'd love to hear your plan. If anyone can do it you can.I don't think I ever saw her in a movie, either but that's not a big thing. I don't see many movies. I have no idea if she can act at all.
It's so weird, isn't it? Katie was this sweet little Catholic girl from Ohio with a promising indie film career, then he plucked her out and infused the weird on her. Good for her for getting away from that wackadoo. He looks so scary in those Rock of Ages posters! Like a sinewy ninety year old man with a rubber face. Eeee
Tell me, sweeties. Tell me what you think.