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First came love, then came baby, and now it's marriage for Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes.


After getting engaged back in June 2005, Suri's parents will finally trade vows Nov. 18 in Italy, Cruise's rep, Arnold Robinson, confirmed to E! News.


The couple was rumored to be considering George Clooney's Lake Como abode as a site for their celebration, but there was no word on where the ceremony would actually take place.


Those lucky enough to score an invite to the impending union were notified of the event's date and location late last week, according to Us Weekly, which broke the nuptial news on Tuesday.


Earlier this month, Holmes told People she had found her dress, and Giorgio Armani confirmed he had been enlisted to design the couple's wedding attire.


"When I am asked by a friend to make a wedding wardrobe, it goes straight to my heart," Armani told Us Weekly. "It really is an honor to play a small role in that milestone moment."


Apart from planning his third trip down the aisle, Cruise has reportedly been preparing to make his post-Paramount comeback.


According to Daily Variety, the actor has his eye on starring roles in a trio of projects, including one indie feature and two big studio productions.


Cruise is reportedly leaning toward the independent film Lion for Lambs, about a platoon of U.S. troops stationed in Afghanistan. Robert Redford will likely direct and Meryl Streep is also being courted for a role, per Variety.


Another option on the table is The Ha-Ha, a drama from Warner Bros., in which Cruise would play an injured Gulf War vet forced to take charge of a nine-year-old boy after his mother goes AWOL.


Finally, Cruise is said to be considering Spike Lee's Selling Time, about a man who sells off chunks of his life in order to go back and relive his worst day and change it.


If Cruise takes any of the roles, it will mark his first project since he and producing partner Paula Wagner unceremoniously exited Paramount Pictures in August.


As for Holmes, she told October's Vanity Fair that she, too, has been reading scripts but has yet to commit to any project, aside from being Suri's mom and the future Mrs. Cruise.

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