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Tom Cruise and co-star Olga Kurylenko on top form at Moscow premiere of 'Oblivion'

02 APRIL 2013

Actor Tom Cruise got a warm welcome as he and co-star Olga Kurylenko unveiled their latest film Oblivion in Moscow this week.

Fans stood in the rain to catch a glimpse of the chemistry between Tom and Ukrainian-born Olga, 33, who both star in the sci-fi thriller Oblivion.

 

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Despite Moscow's gloomy skies, Tom, 50, beamed next to his leading lady as they posed for their photo call in the Oktyabr Cinema Hall.

The actor, who is divorced from former Dawson's Creek star Katie Holmes, clearly appreciated his co-star's stunning outfit. Olga's embroidered Elie Saab cocktail dress, paired with nude heels and pearl earrings, provided a classic look for her red carpet close-up.

 

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She and Tom have clearly struck up a rapport after filming and promoting Oblivion, which also stars Morgan Freeman and British starlet Andrea Riseborough.

Last week, they made a stop in Brazil where Tom visited the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro and met former Brazilian soccer star Zico. The actor joked that he would tell his friend David Beckham about the meeting, and said the former England captain would be "jealous".

 

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Tom's work will take up much of his time this year.

The actor has been focused on making films since his divorce from Katie Holmes was finalised and the actress secured custody of their daughter Suri, six. He was filming Oblivion in Iceland when his separation hit the headlines last summer.

Both Tom and Katie, 34, have been rebuilding their lives following the split that surprised Hollywood. And a friend of the former couple recently insisted any ripples of tension caused by their divorce have settled into calm waters.

Adam Shankman, who directed Tom's 2012 film Rock of Ages, gave US Weekly an update on the pair's new lives, saying "they are incredibly happy" and confirming that Suri sees plenty of both her parents.

 

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