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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Does Tom Cruise Suck Cock? "Absolutely not"



What's happening, sailor? (image via kinoweb)

On last Thursday's Howard Stern Show, Cuba Gooding, Jr. came in to promote his new film and was quite forthcoming. For instance, from marksfriggin:

"Howard asked Cuba if there were any roles that he turned down any roles that he regrets. Cuba said he did turn down Steven Spielberg's 'Amistad'' and he probably passed up a great experience working with a director like that. He wasn't sure he wanted to do the whole slave thing though."

We can commisserate. The arduous method acting in the stifling heat. Fetching Steven Spielberg his mint julep just the way he likes it. But, all kidding aside, unlike slaves, Cuba would have been paid seven figures to act in a decent historic drama. Instead he followed up his Oscar-winning performance with the lamentable box office bomb "Instinct." We cannot fail to note that you cannot have instinct without "stinc". (Exaggerated cough suggesting feigned detachment) More:

"Howard asked Cuba if Tom Cruise ever tried to get him into Scientology. He said he never tried to do that but his father came on the set one day and asked him straight up, are you gay, do you suck cock? Cuba said that was horrifying but Tom had some fun with it and just went along with it."

"... Howard thinks that Cuba hasn't done another movie with Tom Cruise because his father asked him if he sucked cock. Cuba said that Tom laughed and said ''absolutely not'' when he was asked about sucking cock. Howard also asked him if he would do a movie with Mel Gibson if he came to him tomorrow. Cuba said he would hang up the phone if he came to him with a job offer."

Cuba Gooding, Jr is Old School like that; he keeps it real. You know you, like Cuba, wondered if Tom sipped the big *D* Not that Mavrick would tell Cuba Gooding, Sr about the Beej. Cuba Gooding, Sr we cannot fail to note, was the lead singer of the classic soul group The Main Ingredient. Says Wikipedia, His group is most notable for their two biggest hits, "Everybody Plays the Fool" (1972) and "Just Don't Want to Be Lonely" (1974).

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