I Knew I Liked This Girl…

Did Tom Cruise try to recruit Scarlett Johansson to Scientology?

The “Lost in Translation” star was expected to co-star with Cruise in “Mission: Impossible III” but was dropped because of “scheduling conflicts.” But it seems that there may have been other conflicts as well. Cruise invited Johansson to a Scientology center where he showed her literature about joining his controversial church, according to a report. “After two hours of proselytizing,” according to RadarMagazine.com, “Cruise opened a door to reveal a second room full of upper-level Scientologists who had been waiting to dine with the pair, at which point the cool-headed ingénue politely excused herself.”

Man, how scary was THAT? One of those hair-of-my-chinny-chin-chin escapes, like trying not to get sucked up by the UFO beam even though they’re saying ‘do not run, we are your friends‘, then going missing for forty years, while the elders do weird experiments on your brain and force you to breed and birth obscene humanaliencruiseoids and then you come back in one piece, damaged but not destroyed and get a series on Fox and have to relive it over and over for 22 episodes a season…that would suck.

4 Responses to “I Knew I Liked This Girl…”

  1. That image is a PERFECT image to represent how I see Tom. What a creep!
    At one point or another Tom is bound to become a parody of himself. I think when that happens we’ll know we are safe.
    Him and John Travolta are very scary.

  2. The Real JeffS says:

    Yeah, Tom is getting well and truly bizarre.
    But I must ask….
    “…force you to breed and birth obscene humanaliencruiseoids and then you come back in one piece…”
    Is this what happened to Mr. Bingley?

  3. The breeding, being birthed or dropped on his head in one piece, JeffS? Specific answers to specific questions are easier, Bingley being the morph-at-will type.
    Oh well, shit. All of the above.

  4. red says:

    Go, Scarlett!!

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