Hollywood A-listers Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz fielded provocative and personal questions Tuesday night on "The Jay Leno Show."
"I try to excel in all areas and I've never been asked for a refund," Cruise told Leno when asked if he was better at flying or sex.
The "Wichita" co-stars also answered Leno's hard-hitting questions, like do you go to strip clubs and who takes longer in the makeup chair? The handsome "Top Gun" star even sang a line of Stevie Wonder's "Isn't She Lovely" for daughter Suri.
Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise took Washington, D.C. by storm this weekend!
Cruise, daughter Suri and son Conner visited the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum while Katie got ready to take the stage in tribute to men and women in uniform as part of the annual PBS Memorial Day Concert.
Holmes wore a navy blue pantsuit and shared the stage with her former "All My Sons" co-star, Dianne Wiest. The actresses performed a short play as the sister and mother of real-life Staff Sergeant Jose Pequeno, a veteran permanently disabled while serving in Iraq.
Gary Sinise, Joe Mategna, Katharine McPhee and Laurence Fishburne also took the stage. The stars performed "This is My Country" at the end of the show.
Actor Will Smith is dishing to "Extra" about who he thinks should play the first black James Bond on the big screen.
"Extra" caught up with the megastar last night, as he was presented with the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Humanitarian Award. When an "Extra" friend asked Will who would make a better black James Bond -- himself, P. Diddy, or Jamie Foxx -- Smith responded, "Puff probably lives the most like James Bond... Jamie Foxx got the swag for James Bond. He can sing too, so he can add a new element to Bond. Wooing the ladies... and I think I can guarantee the box office!"
Jamie Foxx wants fans to know that he is definitely in the running! He told our Mario Lopez that he wouldn't mind donning the 007 tux. "Might be kind of cool. What would my drink be? Not vodka. I'd have to drink Hennessy or something like that. Little yak attack for James Biz-ond!"
Smith is no stranger to playing secret agents on the big screen. He played Agent J in two "Men in Black" blockbusters -- and hopes to return for a third! "We've had a couple of meetings. We're looking at it," Smith says of a potential third round of the hit franchise. "The team has committed, so we have to do it service with the creative part of it. Everyone is on board, so we will see what happens."
"Extra" also caught up with Jada Pinkett-Smith at the ceremony, who brushed off rumors that Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are planning on sending little Suri to Will and Jada's new Los Angeles area school. Pinkett-Smith tells "Extra," "No, Suri is not going to the school. That's just rumors."