Tom Cruise and Will Smith share a deep bond. Real deep. It’s a beautiful thing! Sunday night he was in Sin City supporting his good friends the Beckham's at the Spice Girls Reunion Tour, Monday Cruise show up to the ceremony where Smith immortalized his hands
at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood, then on Tuesday Tom flew cross-country to support Will Smith's movie "I Am Legend".
It's good to see these two together again after what appeared to be a fracture in their friendship. What happened you ask, well last year TC was supposed to show up at the Moving Image Awards and support his friend Will Smith, but Tom was a no show because maybe Will was defending Tom when the poor guy was being thrown under the bus by just about everyone. Then this year Tom was honored, I remember asking someone if they thought Will Smith would show up, and they said he wouldn't and went through the story. A few weeks back Will Smith went to bat for Tom Cruise and the interviewed appeared in print, in the media all over the entertainment news. Smith admits in the issue of Men’s Vogue on sale Tuesday that he has studied Scientology with Tom Cruise
and doesn’t disagree with its basic tenets. Will Smith says Scientology teachings are 98% identical to Bible
and so here we have it, Tom Cruise will be covering his friends back for now on.
Last week the Beckhams were on Barbara Walter's Most Fascinating People of 2007 show, and on Monday they were on Larry King. Both shows asked about Tom and Scientology, and on both occassions the Beckhams supported Tom Cruise, Katie Cash Holmes and Scientology stating the Cruises' are a nice family, and they have never pushed their religion on them. (I am not saying I think TC is wrong in his religion, or right, but what I am saying is Tom Cruise is a loyal friend when you are loyal to him) (Photo credit: 1st shot - WENN, 2nd shot Hughe Dillon) - On Page SIX today: Sightings
TOM Cruise and Katie Holmes with Victoria and David Beckham being escorted through the back door of SW Steakhouse at Wynn Las Vegas after closing on Sunday night for stone crabs and Kobe steaks.