Check Out Tom Cruise’s Impressive Penis on His Nude Scientology Shroud

The Cory Allen Contemporary Art exhibit will pay tribute to the actor’s quarter-century involvement with the Church of Scientology and include a 14-foot-tall shroud depticting the actor in well-defined nakedness.

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Mission: Impossible star Tom Cruise began learning the real meaning of a self-destructive message when he became Scientology’s couch-jumping, psychiatry-slamming poster boy in the 2000s. News, the artists decided to go with a naked shroud for a “pop-up Church of Scientology” located near the religion’s headquarters in Clearwater.

Stewart specifically raised eyebrows with industry insiders for failing to broach the weightier topics in favor of discussing workout routines and Cruise retaining all of his hair at age 53.

For every insane Scientological scandal that rocks Cruise’s now-carefully controlled image, these films will always harken back to the halcyon days of the ’90s, before he was exposed as a figurehead for the most controversial religious organization of our time. In 2003 Cruise talked with Katie Couric on Dateline about his experiences with the religion and how it is often “misunderstood”.

We’re not sure what he’s trying to say with this statue of Cruise, but if it’s built to scale, it could be a nice gift for any toddler looking for a same-size companion.

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As “Going Clear” author Lawrence Wright told Salon about the importance of holding celebrity Scientologists accountable: “The reason I single out Tom Cruise and other celebrities is that they have a moral responsibility to demand change inside their church – which is committing abuses and they know about it, it’s not a secret”.

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