Cruise 'ready to worship a biker woman'

The road to Tom Cruise’s heart may not be as hard as ladies think. All you need is a motorbike.

The road to Tom Cruise’s heart may not be as hard as ladies think. All you need is a motorbike.

The Top Gun star, whose new film Collateral comes to British cinemas next month, said he is ready to marry again and wants children.

“I’d like to be with a woman who goes: ’I’ve reviewed your schedule, and I’m going to set up this motorcycle trip for you because you’ve been working really hard. We’re going to go riding together, and I’ve already been working on it for a couple of days so it can be special,’” he said.

He told the September 2 edition of Rolling Stone magazine: “That woman, I would worship.”

Cruise already has an adopted son and daughter with ex-wife Nicole Kidman but he would consider more children in the future, he said.

“I might meet a woman, and we’ll sit down and talk about it and see, you know,” he told the magazine.

Cruise, 42, who commands nearly €20.1m per movie, recently split with actress Penelope Cruz.

Before his 10-year marriage to Kidman, Cruise was married to actress Mimi Rogers.

Cruise’s latest film, Collateral, took €22.8m on its opening weekend at the US box office.

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