Cruise, who is cast as Nick Morton, a freelance raider of artifacts he sells on the black market, isn’t just fighting evil — his character gets inhabited by evil.He is taken over by the spirit of Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella), an ancient Egyptian princess who murdered her father, the Pharaoh, and his infant son, all so that she could lay claim to the throne. (Yes, she’s pissed off.) The way her spirit merges with Nick’s remains a little vague, since it’s not as if Cruise turns into a frothing bad guy."I feel like I can really do anything when I'm in them." PHOTOS: Topless stars on magazine covers!On the cover, Holmes wears denim on denim, playfully teasing a glimpse of her cleavage in a button-down top.It’s also the reasons why Tom Cruise hardly has time for his daughter Suri Cruise, 10.Obviously, his divorce from Katie Holmes was a quick and ugly one.When Nazanin arrived in London to receive her medal, she was put through a month of security background checks, auditing, and interviews to make sure there was nothing scandalous in her background that could embarrass Tom.
It’s not as if this one is all that smart, what with a plot that somehow squashes together the First Dynasty of Egypt, the Crusades, and the looting of Iraqi antiquities.
No one over the age of 10 ever confused them with good movies, but the “Mummy” franchise that kicked off in 1999 had a joyously sinister and farfetched eye-candy pizzazz.
Basically, these were movies that pelted you with CGI — scuttling scarabs, swarms of skeletons in moldy rags — and mixed the cheesy/awesome visual onslaught with a handful of actors (Brendan Fraser, Dwayne Johnson) who seemed just as lightweight at the FX.
He deals with the fact that he’s got evil inside him by treating it in a highly practical and energized fashion — as a problem to be solved.
He’s Tom Cruise, dammit, and he’s not just going to stand by! He’s going to fight it, debate it, stare it down, put it in its place, kick its ass, out-think it and out-run it, out-punch it and out-underwater-swim it.
According to Radar Online, Nazanin describes Tom as unpredictable, and prone to temper tantrums and violent tendencies.