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PHOTOS: Tom and Nicole Kidman "It's not like you only have to please your husband — you have to toe the line for all Scientology," former Scientologist Marc Headley, who claims to have watched dozens of "auditions" for the future Mrs. "You can't do anything to displease Scientology, because Tom Cruise will freak out." The Church of Scientology strongly denied to that any "auditions" ever took place, or that they objected to Cruz's religious beliefs, or that Miscavige was involved in Cruise's personal life.PHOTOS: Tom's ageless face In separate statement to Us Weekly, the Church said: "The allegations and entire premise of the article related to Mr.
Specifically, sources claim in Maureen Orth's story, Cruz refused to give up her own devout Buddhist beliefs.
PHOTOS: Celeb Scientologists The future Oscar winner reportedly began the process of taking courses — and auditing sessions — in Scientology.
It turns out the longtime couple tied the knot earlier this month at a friend's home in the Bahamas, Cruz's rep confirmed to E! You'd think we'd have known, based on the sheer hotness that must have been radiating from the West Indies that day, but no.
Per Cruz's rep, the bride wore a gown designed by pal John Galliano and only family members were in attendance at the small ceremony.
The actress, who won an Oscar for her role as the emotionally unstable Maria Elena in the film, shares many of the same characteristics of her wild and unpredictable character, according to Bardem. Passion for everything.” Her passion is what attracted Bardem to Cruz, 43, who finds her fiery nature beautiful and sexy. The actor, who played the menacing James Bond villain in “Skyfall”, explains that a terrible fight in his youth left him unable to watch violence on-screen. The actor even jokes about taking on his Oscar-winning role as the psychopathic villain Anton Chigurh in the Coen brothers’ violent Western, “No Country For Old Men”.
RELATED: From Heavy Metal To Man Crushes, Javier Bardem Opens Up To Esquire “Oh, boy. There are those scenes where we are arguing, she’s throwing plates and so on,” he tells the magazine, saying he questioned whether she was right for him. “So if I hate violence so much why did I do ‘No Country For Old Men’, right? “But you should have seen me off camera, playing Anton on that movie …
A source close to the situation explained: "Tom had absolutely planned on proposing to Penelope, and they had openly discussed marriage during the three years they were dating.
Tom was head over heels in love with Penelope and could see them spending the rest of their lives together, and she felt the same way.
Miscavige, the ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion, are totally unfounded and false and categorically denied.