‘Cosmos’ star Tom Cruise says he’s not gay: ‘I’m a real man’

Tom Cruise, the star of the hit CBS TV series “Cosmos,” is not gay, but says his sexuality isn’t a priority in his life.

“I’m not a homophobe, that’s not what I’m saying,” Cruise said in a rare interview with Esquire magazine published Monday.

“People say, ‘Well, he was the star in the first movie and he’s the lead actor in the second movie.

Is he gay?'”

Cruise, who played the role of the astronaut in the sci-fi movie franchise that has spawned two sequels, added that “if you’re going to make an issue out of something like that, that would be fine.

I’m a guy who wants to do his own thing.”

In the Esquire interview, Cruise said he didn’t want to be the star and that he was open to the possibility of being gay if the right person came along.

“My answer to that question is, ‘Of course not,'” Cruise said.

“I have no issue with the fact that I’m gay.

I think the question is how do you deal with something like, ‘Oh, we’re going into space.

Are we going to have kids?

Are we still going to be able to have sex?

Are our bodies going to fit together?'””

I have an answer to all of that,” he continued.

“But I’m not going to get into a relationship with somebody, I just am.”

The actor, who has starred in movies such as “The Bourne Supremacy” and “The Last Samurai,” also said he hasn’t made a public announcement regarding his sexuality.

But in the Esquire interview, he also said that the two-hour premiere of “Cosmo” on Sunday night wasn’t “a big deal.”

“I mean, it’s a pretty good time to be gay in America, and people can see the show and see that there’s no issue,” he said.

“And the thing is, I can go into any restaurant, any hotel and there’s always a guy waiting to eat with me.

And I don’t care what they think of me, they can have a drink with me and I can do whatever I want.””

Cosmos” stars Tom Cruise and Anne Hathaway in a scene from the second season of the sci -fi television series.

The actor is a co-creator of the show.

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