Tom Cruise is arguably one of the well-known Scientologists, however at one time he felt that he couldn’t observe his ideals overtly.
The actor is a subject of debate in Stephen Galloway’s new e book, Main Girl, which makes a speciality of the previous CEO of Paramount Footage, Sherry Lansing.
From 1992 to 2006, Cruise and Paramount had a profitable partnership, which led to main hits together with the Undertaking: Not possible franchise and Warfare of The Worlds.
The e book recounts a time through which Cruise was once livid with a Paramount Footage government he believed was once attacking his Scientologist ideals.
John Goldwyn, the studio’s former president of manufacturing, has printed his 2003 divorce from actress and Scientologist Colleen Camp, and the custody struggle over their daughter, put a wrench in his courting with Cruise.
PageSix spoke with Goldwyn, who printed that Cruise was once very dissatisfied as a result of he idea Goldwyn was once launching a marketing campaign in opposition to Scientology.
“He felt I used to be persecuting him for his faith,” Goldwyn stated. “Tom was once rabid about it and stated, ‘It’s as a result of other people such as you that I’ve to trip in a bulletproof automotive and why I will not observe my religion overtly.’”
Goldwyn additionally printed that he believes what led to the megastar’s anger was once a declare in his divorce papers that his estranged spouse was once the use of her religion to “alienate the love” in their kid.
Each males had been vital property to the corporate on the time, so the Paramount CEO intervened to assist resolve the battle.
“Sherry was once superb as an government and a chum,” Goldwyn recalled….