Blind Gossip Hints that Travolta's Are Next to Divorce!

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  1. The Wrong Guy Member

    Insiders: John Travolta & Kelly Preston -- No Way Out! | The National Enquirer

    After living separate lives for years, insiders say JOHN TRAVOLTA and KELLY PRESTON will stay in their reportedly deteriorating marriage and dodge a $220 million divorce. The Hollywood couple’s 22-year union will remain intact after leaders in the Church of Scientology ordered them not to split, and urged them back into counseling, sources tell The ENQUIRER.

    “I think Kelly feels trapped, but she’ll follow what church leaders say because she and John are now Scientology’s most high-profile couple,” said a source. “They’ve been told it would be ‘disastrous’ to the church if they divorced, so to shore up their reportedly crumbling marriage they’ve been advised to undergo some new counseling.”

    Another insider added: “The church has taken some pretty harsh public relations hits over the years. It’s very important for John and Kelly to soldier through as a couple to show the world that theirs is a happy marriage made stronger through Scientology teachings.”

    While Scientology’s brightest star, Tom Cruise, brought then-wives Nicole Kidman and Katie Holmes into the church fold, the actresses left it after divorcing the “Mission: Impossible” star.

    “King of Queens” star Leah Remini and Oscar-winning writer/director Paul Haggis have also been vocal against the church since defecting, while actress Carmen Llywelyn told The ENQUIRER that Scientology “ruined my life and my career” after her split from actor Jason Lee, a devoted Scientologist.

    Margery Wakefield, a former high-ranking Scientologist and the author of three books about the church, told the ENQUIRER: “The Church of Scientology absolutely cannot let John Travolta and Kelly Preston get divorced and would do everything in its power to prevent it. A Travolta divorce would be a monumental embarrassment to them. The one and only fervent mission of the Church is to ‘clear the planet,’ in other words, to get every person on earth into Scientology. If the Travoltas divorced, it would slow down achieving that goal.”

    Although a rep for the couple insists there is no trouble in the marriage and Kelly does not feel trapped, Travolta, 60, has admitted that the couple has undergone Scientology marital counseling in the past.

    “Our church does a lot to keep us together,” he said. “When we have issues, we go settle it up.”

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  2. DeathHamster Member

    There is only Dave the Angry Dwarf and minions.
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  3. vaLLarrr Member

    Here's how that goes down:

    JT: "Hi Davey, I'm gonna divorce Kelly, I'm living a lie, I like the D and not the tittay"

    DM: "You fat fuck, YSCOHB, if you divorce her we only get half your money, and your PC folders will get sent to TMZ, that closet cost me almost as many Benjamins as TC's, so you better stay in it, don't fuck with me, fuckball!"

    JT: "Uh, OK, sorry sir, give your dogs a salute from me"
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    Travolta Posing with Wig and Beard
  5. Kilia Member

    Lord O Mercy, look at the way he's kissing her!
    Aside kiss??
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  6. JohnnyRUClear Member

    They both closed their eyes too early, and missed?
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  7. He only likes to kiss men on the lips but Kirk didn't like it when Travolta tried French kiss him:
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  9. Aurora Member

    So, the lawsuit is allowed to continue.
    Interesting part: Travolta's aviation company, Alto, brought an anti-SLAPP motion against JT's alleged ex, Gotterba, in response to Gotterba's lawsuit. (At least according to Radar)
    Guess the old anti-SLAPP is quick becoming a mainstay in sciloon litigation.
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  10. The Wrong Guy Member

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  11. RightOn Member

    John should be writing Scientology a Dear John!
    see what I did thar?
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  12. Anonymous Member

    I See What You Did Thar! - Imgur.png
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  14. The Wrong Guy Member

    Yo, John Travolta, It’s Time To Come Out. Here Are Six Reasons Why. | Queerty

    When John Travolta was first coming up in Hollywood in the 1970s, it was a different era. There were no openly gay leading men. But times have changed. The industry has been actively embracing LGBT entertainers for the better part of a decade. It’s time for ol’ Johnny boy to join the club.

    Mr. Travolta, if you’re reading, here are six reasons why it’s time to throw in the towel and just admit what everyone knows to be true.


    Many people have long speculated that the reason Travolta has remained in the closet all these decades is because of his close ties to the Church of Scientology, which has strict policies against homosexuality. If he were to come out, he could simultaneously rid himself of the cult that’s been holding him captive for nearly 40 years.
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  15. The Wrong Guy Member

    Today Travolta got an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Foo Fighters guitarist Dave Grohl:

  16. Mr. Magoo Member

    Aww crap, now Johhny will pass the bucket along to all the creepy scilons, an we'll have to see all their videos, too. Puke. Wait -- I wonder if scientologists believe ALS is a real disease?
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  17. Quentinanon Member

    It is inevitable that Travolta will divorce Preston because he prefers men. It's biology. Not even OT Powerz can change that.
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  18. jensting Member

    While it's easy to understand that he prefers the prison of the mind which he knows to the freedom which he doesn't, he needs to consider the amount of goodwill from the public that he can count on, as time goes on. Once the ugly revelations about the criminal organisation known as the "church" of $cientology starts hitting the mainstream, all celeb members' names will be mud. While defecting always comes with the risk of seeing the PC folders in the hands of the tabloids the consequences could be alliviated by an understanding public (which may be less willing to contoinue to accept a celeb who is willfully blind to the evil side o fthe Co$).
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  19. The Wrong Guy Member

    Despite trying to silence former pilot Doug Gotterba, it looks like Mr. Gotterba's tell-all book will be coming out as scheduled.

    In fact, Mr. Gotterba, who claims that he was Travolta's boyfriend for six years, is already doing press for the upcoming book.

    And according to Radar Online, the 62-year-old author isn't holding back. When asked about their first intimate encounter, Doug spoke about how caring John was:

    "John was gentle, but very passionate. The next day, he told me, with a big smile on his face, 'I really enjoyed last night.' And I told him, 'So did I'...I'd stay in the room next to John in luxury hotels... Sometimes he'd bring women along as beards. But he would ask me to join him in his suite and we'd spend the nights together. It was our little secret."
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  20. RolandRB Member

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    John Travolta Doesn’t Regret a Thing

    The iconic actor of films like Saturday Night Fever and Pulp Fictiondiscusses his new film, The Forger, the media, and those allegations.
    John Travolta is an enigma. To cineastes and pop culture enthusiasts, the 60-year-old actor is an intriguing mélange of iconic film performances, bizarre sexual allegations, and that whole Scientology thing. His latest legal entanglement concerns an alleged former pilot who claims the two engaged in a six-year affair and is threatening to unleash a tell-all. And the media silence on the part of the notoriously tight-lipped Travolta, who doesn’t grant too many interviews, only adds to the actor’s overall mystique. One thing that’s undeniable is the man’s resume, including film classics like Carrie, Saturday Night Fever, Blow Out, Pulp Fiction, the list goes on.
    He’s in Toronto for The Forger, a drama that stars Travolta as a two-bit art forger who strikes a deal to get out of prison by working for his father (Christopher Plummer) so that he can be closer to his dying son (Tye Sheridan,Mud) who has been diagnosed with inoperable brain cancer. The film, directed by Philip Martin, made its premiere at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.
    The Daily Beast sat down with Travolta for a wide-ranging discussion about his greatest hits and public persona.
    With The Forger, the aspect of the story I found most engaging was the relationship between your character and your onscreen son, played by Tye Sheridan. I couldn’t help but feel like, given your personal history with your son, you brought some of yourself into the character.
    Everyone has their life that they’ve lived, and I can’t help it. I wear whatever I’ve lived. But I’m an actor that lives in the moment, too. When I looked at Tye, I was pretending that he was my son, and I looked for his organic reaction to me, and vice versa. You can glance at your personal experiences, and it can make you go to a deep level. When I did Saturday Night Fever, my girlfriend had just passed away and I wasn’t aware that I was wearing the grief of her. But in the scene where the girl kisses me on the cheek, I start to cry. Her tenderness made me cry. How much of that had to do with my personal life or not, I don’t know, but there’s always a mix of what you’re wearing as a human being and the literalness of the script.
    I was just out in Venice talking to Sopranos creator David Chase, and we discussed how generous the late James Gandolfini was. I read a story about how he was very kind to you in the wake of your son’s passing.
    He wouldn’t leave town after my son passed. He wanted to make sure I was okay, you know? That was the kind of heart he had. I did five movies with him—or six?—and my Dad sold tires to his Dad. He saw my picture in my Dad’s shop and said, “I want to do that.” I was his first inspiration to get into acting. He thought, “If this guy can do it, I can do it.
    "Sex stuff is always going to be interesting to somebody, but you stay away from family. You really should."
    In a strange coincidence, there’s a rumor that Gandolfini was one of the actors who auditioned to play Vincent Vega in Pulp Fiction.
    Really? Oh, I didn’t know that! He certainly would have been right for it in a lot of ways.
    Also, the story goes that Vincent Vega was the only role that Daniel Day-Lewis has every very actively pursued, but you won the part over him.
    Yeah. I remember it was a big deal with Miramax, too, because Daniel Day was hotter than heck and I was colder than Alaska, so the idea that Quentin went for me over Daniel Day-Lewis was a very big deal. But I understand now, in retrospect, why he did. By using Uma, me, and Bruce, he balanced it with pop culture, and that wouldn’t have happened with Daniel Day or anyone else vying for that part. There was a history that the three of us had that balanced the darkness of that movie with a certain levity and humor—like a yin-yang effect. That was very calculated.
    It’s the 20th anniversary of Pulp Fiction, and it’s not only one of the best films of the ‘90s, but when you watch it today it feels just as visceral and hard-hitting as it did back then. Do you have any favorite moments?
    I watched it at Cannes this year, and it’s still got it. The scene that gave me the most pleasure was the scene with Uma in Jack Rabbit Slims—the whole conversation, intrigue, and then moving onto the dance floor. That was my favorite to film. Vincent’s getting to the bottom of why he’s so intimidated by the date, and then she says, “A foot massage? You think he’d kill someone for that?” She tells me it’s bullshit and that wasn’t why he was thrown out the window, so it brings a bit of relief to the character, and the spirit of the scene was very playful. She’s trying to size me up about why I’m so aloof, and the scene with the cherry where she’s looking at me thinking, “What’s this guy all about?”
    Tony Rocky Horror.
    [Laughs] Yes, Tony Rocky Horror.
    And then there’s the iconic dance sequence.
    That was improvised quite a bit. I’d actually told Quentin about the dances I grew up with. The Twist is what he wanted, but I said, “There were other fun dances from that era! The Spin, The Batman, The Hitchhiker. You can expand this, and don’t have to include just The Twist.” And he said, “Okay.” So I said, “Why don’t you film it, and you call it out? We’ll start with The Twist, and then when you get bored with The Twist, throw out something else.” So he was behind the camera going, “The Swim! The Batman!” He’d mix-and-match. We shot it during the section of the day, and there weren’t that many takes.
    Do you have a theory on what’s inside the briefcase?
    [Laughs] No, I don’t. He just told me, “Be completely impressed… like something you’ve never seen before.” But I don’t have a theory.
    Another movie of yours my friends and me were obsessed with growing up was Face/Off. You and Nic Cage are basically having a contest in that flick of who can go further.
    I love Face/Off. And it’s true. Nic is very playful, and I’m very playful, so all I have to do is get someone who wants to play, and all he has to do is get someone who wants to play, and he finally found his match. We’d go, “Oh, if you do that then I’m going to do this,” and kept raising the stakes. It was a great time.
    Right now, there’s this pending lawsuit from a man who claims to be your former pilot about a romantic relationship. What’s the deal with that?
    This is every celebrity’s Achilles heel. It’s just about people wanting money. That’s all. It happens on many levels.
    You are a high-profile figure, and as such, it seems like you get targeted a lot more than anyone else with these types of allegations.
    Also, I don’t care that much about it. Other people may attack it back more than I do, but I let all the media stuff go a long time ago because I can’t control it. I think that’s why it persists, to some degree.
    Do you find it offensive?
    I found it most offensive with the loss of my son. I felt like that was the lowest I’d ever felt. Sex stuff is always going to be interesting to somebody, but you stay away from family. You really should. With that, I always felt like the media—not all of the media, but parts of it—went too low there.
    They didn’t really give you any time to grieve and began speculating immediately.
    Exactly. That’s the hardest part. The rest of the stuff I can deal with, but that one really made me question the whole thing.
    You’ve been in several classic films. Do you have favorites?
    I used to have favorites, but now I’ve had a hard time keeping track of what exactly they would be. I don’t know what it is. The latest thing that you’re working on is your favorite, and then you move on to the next thing.
    My father was a big De Palma fan, so I grew up with Carrie andBlow Out. Blow Out, to me, is probably your most underrated film. It really is a classic.
    Oh! You know in the day, it wasn’t underrated and quite hailed, but it was with a tiny company called Filmways Pictures, and they didn’t have the amount of money they needed to distribute it. If it had been at Paramount, it would have been bigger. It was one of Pauline Kael’s favorite movies. She loved it.
    Do you have any career regrets? Maybe… Battlefield Earth?
    No way, are you kidding? Why would I ever regret that? I had the power to do whatever I wanted, and I chose to do a book that I thought was worthy of making into a movie. It’s a beautiful film. It’s a good movie. Again, the media angle confused the movie with…
    …with Scientology?
    Yeah. They did that with Phenomenon, too, and Phenomenon is really the story of Jesus Christ. It’s not Scientology! So, I have no regrets at all. And if we had to do it over again, I would still do it. It was a moment where I could say, “I had all the power in the world and could do whatever I wanted.” Not a lot of people get that opportunity, and I did what I wanted to do.
    How have you found it, as an actor, aging and getting older in the industry? How do you feel it’s going for you?
    Well, I look at myself and I look at a man like that [motions to Christopher Plummer], and he’s 25 years my senior and he’s still going strong. I feel like as long as I’m healthy, I’m going to keep doing it. And I’m very discerning. I don’t just do movies because I need something to do. I genuinely love acting, and wait for the right scripts. I loved the script for The Forger, and it’s with a great actor [Plummer], and with The Killing Fields, it was with another great actor, Robert De Niro. This is how you want to spend the last days of your career—to play with the best in the business and do your thing.
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  23. TIFF: John Travolta copied masterpiece to prepare for The Forger

    “I have an affinity for painting, but I needed to know what it felt like under the gun,” Travolta said at a TIFF press conference before the world premiere.

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    Christopher Plummer, left, listens to his co-star John Travolta speak during a press conference for The Forger Friday at TIFF.

    By: Gemma Karstens-Smith Staff Reporter, Published on Fri Sep 12 2014
    While his fellow actors were rehearsing their lines for The Forger, John Travolta had a different way of preparing for his role: he painted.
    Travolta completed a version of Monet’s Woman With Parasol over the course of the filming The Forger, which arrived for its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday.
    “I have an affinity for painting, but I needed to know what it felt like under the gun,” thePulp Fiction and Grease star, sporting a formidable goatee, explained at a news conference Friday.
    Travolta studied painting with teachers in both Hong Kong and the United States, and spoke with two art forgers to prepare for the role of Ray Cutter, an expert forger who orchestrates his release from prison to be with his dying son. The release comes at a price, however: Cutter must pull off a heist as payment and needs to paint a flawless rendition of Woman With Parasol to do so.
    “I just needed enough of the taste of the pressure to feel what it would be like,” Travolta explained.
    By the end of the film, he had his own version of Monet’s masterpiece. He’s held on to the completed work.
    “I framed it. I’m very proud of it,” Travolta said.
    The actor wasn’t the only one who did real-life research for his role. Abigail Spencerplays an undercover agent in the film and shadowed police officers in Boston to prepare. She went undercover with them, learned how to profile and even arrested someone.
    “They wanted me to handcuff him and I was like, ‘I dunno, I dunno. If it goes wrong, I just don’t think I want to be responsible for that,’” Spencer said.
    While The Forger has heist and thriller elements, the movie is, at its core, about family relationships, director Philip Martin said. Travolta plays a father to Tye Sheridan’s character and his own father is played by Christopher Plummer.
    Plummer said he loved playing Joseph Cutter.
    “I love the fact that he was an old garish drunk,” he said. “And when the moment comes to save his son and grandson, he rises to the occasion.”
  24. Ersatz Global Moderator

    The beard does not help you John. Neither does that facial hair.
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  26. RightOn Member

    "“I have an affinity for painting, but I needed to know what it felt like under the gun,”
    nah too easy.

    BUT, isn't he OTV? "The actor wasn’t the only one who did real-life research for his role"
    Why all the preparing John? And I thought he was Homo Novis? Please explain Johnny!
  27. The Wrong Guy Member

    Kelly Preston finally blows away the last of her Scientology space cooties! | The Underground Bunker

    We’ve heard from multiple sources that at Friday night’s weekly graduation celebration at Flag — Scientology spiritual headquarters in Clearwater, Florida — Kelly Preston celebrated her completion of Operating Thetan Level Seven.

    OT 7 is known for being one of the toughest levels to complete on the “Bridge to Total Freedom.” We’ve heard stories of church members being stuck for years while they’re “on the level,” and during that time they have to report to Clearwater every six months for expensive interrogations known as “sec checks” (short for “security checks”). And it’s a big relief to finally finish the level not only because it takes so long, but also because finally, you are done removing “body thetans” — unseen alien entities that hover around you — which takes up all of levels OT 3 to 7.

    We’d love to know what Preston told the crowd at Friday night’s event. Graduation speeches are usually very entertaining for the word salad church members put together as they try to explain how this level was the greatest ever. (For a fun example, check out this example we posted last year.)

    And Preston is in good company. We’ve seen reports that Nancy Cartwright and Kirstie Alley also both recently completed OT 7 in what appears to be something of a push going on. And now, they can all take a sail on Scientology’s private cruise ship the Freewinds for the highest level of them all, Operating Thetan Level Eight.

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  28. fishypants Moderator

    Hasn't done a good movie since Face/Off.
  29. RightOn Member

    Krusty Alien and Cuntwright are now also OTVII's too?
    BWAH HA HA What a bunch of complete and utter morons
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