He spent Thanksgiving with all of his three children.
And it seems that Tom Cruise will have custody of his daughter Suri for the Christmas holidays as well, despite earlier reports the six-year-old was to spend it with her mother Katie Holmes.
The actor, who is a prominent Scientologist, told People magazine that he is looking forward to spending Christmas with hischildren after wrapping up filming his latest project, All You Need is Kill, in the UK.
The 50-year-old actor has beenworking in England for the past few months but can’t wait to spend time withhis three children Bella, 20, Connor, 17, and Suri, six, over the holidays.
Speaking at the London premiere of ‘Jack Reacher’ on Monday Tom said: "We have got lots of very special thingsplanned [for the holidays]. We are all going to be together. I am lookingforward to it."
Suri flew out to London in November to join her father for the Thanksgiving holidays, while mum Katie Holmes returned home to Ohio to celebrate with her parents.
While Tom has spent most of his time working, he revealedhis love for the UK and admitted he has also taken time out to enjoy himself.
The Mission Impossible star chartered a private helicopter to transport him and veteran actor Robert Duvall 200 miles up to Manchesterfor the big game between City and United over the weekend.
Tom has also been hitting up a number ofthe capital's most exclusive haunts, including private members' club Annabel's and Scott's restaurant.
He told People: 'I love it here. I havemade so many films here and I have worked with so many of the actors here. Itis a wonderful place to live.
"I am shooting a film over here … seven days a week.But I feel great. It doesn't take up all my time, but I have a very busyschedule and I like it that way."
Tom has also been hitting up a number of the capital's most exclusive haunts, including private members' club Annabel's and Scott's restaurant.
All You Need is Kill, which also stars Emily Blunt and Bill Paxton, follows the story of of a soldier who is fighting a war against aliens, and has become trapped in a time loop.
Based on the Japanese novel of the same name, the movie is scheduled for release in March 2014.
Although Tom and his two older children are practicing Scientologists, who believes they are immortal, extraterrestrial, spiritual being called Thetans, who are trapped on Earth in a physical body, they also celebrate secular holidays such as New Year's Eve, and other local celebrations.
Scientologists can also celebrate religious holidays depending on other religious beliefs, as they often retain their original affiliations with faiths in which they were raised.
Tom was raised a devout Roman Catholic and attended the St. Francis Seminary just outside Cincinnati as a youth.