He's one of the most high profile supporters of controversial religion Scientology, but A-lister Tom Cruise could be leaving the church in a bid to win back his ex-wife.
When the couple announced their separation earlier this year, the religion was widely acknowledged to be one of the main catalysts behind it.
Now sources close to the actor have revealed that he might be becoming disillusioned with the church that has helped to destroy his marriage.
Speaking to The People, a friend has admitted that Tom might be questioning his involvement with the church:
'Now he's lost the most precious thing in his life, he sees that his Scientology beliefs may not have hurt his box office [success] but have ended not one but two marriages', said the source.
Tom joined the church in 1990, during his first marriage to Mimi Rogers, but the religion was blamed for the breakdown of of his second marriage to Nicole Kidman
'He lost Nicole and now his wife and daughter. He has always used the Scientology techniques but he has now realised they don't work in marriage,' said the source.
The Top Gun actor, who's been spending a lot of time in London recently, shooting his new film Oblivion, has allegedly been cooling his close friendship with the church's leader David Miscavige
'Tom and David have been attached at the hip but this relationship has deteriorated and that, along with the loss of Katie and Suri, is forcing his to question his role in the church. He hasn't lost faith completely but he is blaming Scientology for what has happened,' said the source.
Tom seemed in good spirits as he headed out in London on Saturday night, dressed head-to-toe in black he left Scott's restaurant grinning.
Katie has also had good reason to smile this week, as she opened her new play Dead Accounts on Broadway.
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LOL at the "losing" nicole kidman. my friends, we all know he kicked her to the curb and isolated her children from her. but i was worried robsten was taking away too much attention from MI3