Crack is Whack But 'Cracked' Is Back

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Who better than whacked out Tom Cruise as a 44 year old virgin to grace the cover of humor magazine CRACKED as it makes its return after a two year hiatus? The "re-imagined" magazine has been juiced with editorial staff from the Daily Show, SNL and Chappelle and will offer up a heavy dose of humor and satire. The publisher and advertisers hope men 18-34 will flock to the mag like paparazzi flock to the disappearing Nicole Richie.

by Steve Hall    Aug-15-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Magazine, Publishing   

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This magazine cover is right on time. Tom Cruise is dealing with a mid life crisis.

The once sexy celeb has a few wrinkles creeping in.

I could deal with him flipping on Matt Laurer, but that stunt he pulled on Oprah is unforgiveable.

Posted by: MasterNever on August 15, 2006 9:02 PM

This magazine cover is right on time. Tom Cruise is dealing with a mid life crisis.

The once sexy celeb has a few wrinkles creeping in.

I could deal with him flipping on Matt Laurer, but that stunt he pulled on Oprah is unforgivable.

Posted by: MasterNever on August 15, 2006 9:03 PM

Tom who? You mean he's still around? The magazine if done right may find some of us older kids buying it as well.

Posted by: roy on August 15, 2006 9:59 PM

Advertisers? I thought Cracked (and Mad) were free of advertising way back when. (Might be why Cracked was on hiatus.)

...and Tom Cruise is such an easy target. Oprah stunt unforgiveable? How about marrying a former fan half his age, then making her adopt his goofball religion (oops - hate speech alert)then making her change her name after going through his version of childbrith? Complete and total assbag. I personally boycott all Tom Cruise movies.

Posted by: Jetpacks on August 16, 2006 8:53 AM

I am not normally a person to care about what goes on in the lives of celebrities. But this whole negative spin on Cruise is ridiculous. Thankfully for once a celebrity "axes" his publicist and becomes human. We all know what we see from stars is fake anyway, just another form of politics. Let the guy be himself for better or worse.

Posted by: mike on August 24, 2006 5:52 PM







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