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Tom Cruise sent a piglet to A Few Good Men director

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LOS ANGELES – Tom Cruise ordered ever a pig that was delivered in the room of director Rob Reiner in the Carlyle hotel in New York. The revelation is one of many in the movie Always At The Carlyle Matthew Miele, which you can see in the Big Apple hangout that has long been a haven for celebrities and very special guests.

Miele, who for eight years, our staff has talked about their favorite anecdotes about celebrities, and reveals that many of the stories were, but Cruise’s biggenverhaal is his funniest, and weirdest.

“I asked the hotel staff to the craziest request she’s ever had and one person said: ‘Tom Cruise ordered a pig for Rob Reiner! Miele tells WENN. They added that they did the pig in a tuxedo aankleedden.

Unfortunately for Cruise, who previously was a guest in the hotel, not in the movie. “I knew that Tom this place a few times already had visited enough to make him regularly, but we couldn’t reach him because The Carlyle told me that they have him for a long time had not seen,” adds the filmmaker added. “We wanted the guests there recently and it was really full conviction remained, so I don’t know if Tom there or in paste.”

George Clooney was very generous with his time. “He drove years ago around with his aunt, the singer Rosemary (Clooney), who used The Cafe Carlyle played,” adds Miele. “Before George the movie star George Clooney, he was anonymous. In the ’80s, and even before he went to The Carlyle, so he had a real sense of before he went to stay.

“He is paid for the support of different things, but this was something he really cared that he wanted to do and his time was precious, but he spent the time by and he would not stop. He was really effusive about the place and we had a good time with him.”

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