If complaints were due to Cruise's acting or the like, I could understand it, but it seems that this is all due to the actor's deep commitment to the Church of Scientology. While I could see that being relevant in a story about Jesus or something else that's religious, I don't see how someone disliking body thetans makes any difference in a story about war and assassination. Yet the von Stauffenberg offspring says that Cruise's roots in Scientology are "off-putting" and that he fears that the film "could turn into horrible kitsch." But he won't stop it; he just wants to complain and hope that Cruise leaves the project: "He should climb a mountain or go surfing in the Caribbean. I don't care, as long as he stays out of it." I really doubt he'll get his wish, as the film goes into production this summer with Cruise and co-stars Kenneth Branaugh, Stephen Fry, Bill Nighy, Tom Wilkinson and Carice van Houten.
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