Tom Cruise Scientology CNN - The Church of Scientology and Tom Cruise are reportedly building a TV news network dubbed "Scientology's CNN" and a film company in a $50 million Hollywood studio. The studio is now months away from completion.
$.50-per-hour workers, who are likely new recruits, are doing the construction for "Scientology's CNN."
"They would be doing this either as punishment or be someone who is going through introductions, getting their basics, getting flag orders, they'd be earning next to nothing," said a source.
Turns out rumors of Tom Cruise leaving scientology for daughter Suri are all false.
Tom Cruise's role in "Scientology's CNN" will be significant. The news network will reportedly be created under the Scientology Media Productions umbrella.
"Scientology's CNN", to be aired on the church's own Hollywood studio, will allegedly feature "propaganda" films in order to recruit more members. Former church members claim that Tom Cruise could also be using the studio for the filming of upcoming movies. Complete with state-of-the art facilities, "Scientology's CNN" studio was reported to rival the size of Paramount and Universal studios.
Auditions for Hollywood actresses to be the new girlfriend of Tom Cruise may also be held in the new "Scientology's CNN" studios as wanted by Scientology bosses, according to The Inquisitr.
Believed to be a few months from completion, the Scientology Media Productions center will reportedly be located only 12 miles away from the West Hollywood mansion of poster boy Tom Cruise.
On Scientology's Facebook page, images gave been posted showing the "Scientology CNN" complex's newsrooms, various studios and suites.
The Church says the massive studio will be able to reach "virtually every person on Earth."
If completed, the "Scientology CNN" complex will allow Tom Cruise, who's net worth is $450 million, and Scientology, which is worth $8 billion, to heavily influence the movie world.
According to The Daily Mail, they have done this in the past wherein they have put pressure on top Hollywood execs to alter films such as "War of the Worlds," "Days of Thunder" and "Battlefield Earth" to the way they wanted them to be.
According to the report, Cruise has used the facilities of the church for his past films. Also, according to Marc Headley, Cruise's former auditing partner, it's where he watched dozens of three-to-four-minute 'girlfriend' audition videotapes at the time when he had been executive producer of Golden Era Productions, Scientology's Gold Base in-house studio.
The Church of Scientology is the subject of an HBO documentary released earlier this year "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief." The film features former Scientology members speaking against the church. Later this month , "Going Clear" will be screening at the New Zealand International Film Festival, according to nzherald.co.nz.