Tom Cruise: 4.9 inches

Why: This dick is no top gun and will have you begging for him to show YOU the money before you sleep with him. What’s in his pants is risky business because one word: scientology. No wonder Minnie, Nicole, and Katie left him - they had to sleep with him with eyes wide shut! This is one man who’s dick will not have you at hello. (P.S. Hey Tom, THANKS FOR COCK BLOCKING ROB LOWE IN THE OUTSIDERS.)

Every Oscar weekend, the three big agencies host parties. In 1998, [the year we won an Oscar for Good Will Hunting], the CAA party was given in our name. Like, “Ben Affleck and Matt Damon invite you to the CAA party.” We called it “our party.” It was incredible. I talked to Tom Cruise. Even a movie like Cocktail, which the critics didn’t particularly dig, was a hit. An agent said to me, “There’s no career that’s ever been like this. Everyone has ups and downs. This guy’s never had a down.” He was the movie star’s movie star. And I remember the way he talked about the business: He was not owed anything or could count on anything. And I was like, “Oh, my God. It’s an insecure business for Tom Cruise!”
—  Matt Damon on Tom Cruise and the unpredictability of Hollywood

Cosmo crunches the numbers, examines which of the top 100 actors working today have worked (or not worked) with women directors

Overall, it appears that leading men are generally less likely to work with female directors in their peak salary years. Mark Wahlberg hasn’t acted in a film with a woman director since Penny Marshall gave him his first film role in 1994’s Renaissance Man. Nicolas Cage hasn’t acted in a film directed by a woman since Martha Coolidge gave him his first lead role in 1983’s low-budget Valley Girl. Russell Crowe, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert Downey Jr., Adam Sandler, Denzel Washington, and Bruce Willis have not acted in a film directed by a woman in over two decades.