Is Tom Cruise making a shocking debut on television after his horrific ankle injury?
RadarOnline.com has learned that the Mission: Impossible actor could be groomed for a fancy new television role in the near future.
According to an explosive report by Scientology expert Tony Ortega on his blog, The Underground Bunker, the church’s leader David Miscavige held a top-secret meeting for Scientology leaders from all over the world this week.
Ortega learned of the meeting from a Facebook post. It revealed the meeting was to discuss “an event of major importance” for the church.
Ortega said Scientology TV was just a rumor last year when Spectrum created a page for “SCNT” on its website.
However, Ortega said the recent meeting kicks the idea into high gear.
“Miscavige flew in Scientology executives from all over the world,” he told RadarOnline.com. “I’d assume it’s coming soon.”
So what does this mean for Cruise?
Ortega admitted he isn’t sure Cruise’s entertainment team would allow him to take on the scientology TV project because he’s already busy “bringing in billions of dollars around the world.”
Cruise has been overseas filming the latest Mission: Impossible film. In August, the actor suffered a broken ankle while performing a dangerous stunt.
Aside from Cruise, the expert said there’s other well-known scientologists who could make a cameo.
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“Joy Villa or possibly Bodhi Elfman would take it on,” Ortega told RadarOnline.com.
Cruise is currently constructing a four-floor luxury penthouse in Clearwater, right across the street from the Scientology headquarters, RadarOnline.com reported.
Ortega said he believes the TV channel would feature scientology propaganda. It would also be aimed at church members.
Ortega admitted that while there’s no official word on Cruise’s participation with the tv channel, there’s no doubt he’s in support of it.
“Tom has a very right relationship with David and has been very dedicated with the church,” he said.
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