People magazine is reporting that Suri Cruise will live primarily with her mother, Katie Holmes, with generous visitation by her father, Tom Cruise. And hours after TomKat speedily reached a divorce settlement, less than two weeks after Holmes filed for divorce from the "Mission Impossible" star, Cruise was back in action filming his upcoming sci-fi movie, "Oblivion," in California. Read more from People magazine. In the video below, "Entertainment Tonight" breaks down Holmes's divorce strategy as compared with that of Cruise's second wife, Nicole Kidman. What are your thoughts on TomKat's fast divorce proceedings? Share in the comments.
In other news ... The cause of Natalie Wood's 1981 drowning off Catalina Island has been changed from "accident" to "undetermined" on her death certificate by the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office. TMZ first reported the news about the late actress, who was married to actor Robert Wagner when she died. Read more from CBS News and watch the video below for more details.
And in book-turned-movie news ... ‘‘Fifty Shades of Grey’’ is set to hit the big screen. The producers of ‘‘The Social Network’’ are producing the film adaption of the erotic trilogy by E. L. James. Read more from the Associated Press.
In relationship news ... "Grey's Anatomy" star Sara Ramirez, who plays Callie on the medical drama, married Ryan Deboit on July 4 in New York. The couple was engaged in Paris about a year ago.
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