Tom Cruise visits Scientology’s new headquarters in New Zealand after wrapping Mission: Impossible 6

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The famous devotee of the Church, enjoyed a tour of the £12 million listed building in Auckland

TOM Cruise celebrated completing filming on Mission: Impossible 6 with a visit to the new Scientology HQ in New Zealand.

The actor, 55, who is a famous devotee of the Church, enjoyed a tour of the £12million listed building in Auckland.

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Tom Cruise took a look around the new Scientology HQ in Auckland, New Zealand today

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The actor took the trip after finishing filming on Mission: Impossible 6

Tom looked dapper in a dark suit, white shirt and sunglasses as he had a good look at the former art school.

The star has clearly had a great time in New Zealand, tweeting on Sunday after completing filming on the sixth instalment on the action franchise.

He wrote: “Thank you to the amazing people of New Zealand! I’ve had a great time filming the next Mission: Impossible here.”

The next movie is called Gemini and is set for release some time in 2018.

Simon Pegg, Alec Baldwin, and Rebecca Ferguson will return to the cast.

Tom has also been spotted filming his own stunts on the set of the film. 

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Tom was spotted looking up at the listed building

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Tom has always been a big advocate of the religion – founded by L Ron Hubbard

The actor’s Scientology tour comes more than 30 years after he first became involved with the Church – founded by L Ron Hubbard.

Tom is thought to have been introduced to the religion through his first wife Mimi Rogers.

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The interested actor was shown around by a group


The Scientology HQ in Auckland, New Zealand
Tom Cruise in passionate defence of Scientology

Since then, he’s become one of the religion’s most famous advocates, even crediting it with helping his dyslexia.

“It’s something that has helped me incredibly in my life,” he recently declared. “It’s something, you know, without it, I wouldn’t be where I am… I’m incredibly proud.”




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