Tom Cruise has won high praise from his War of the Worlds co-star Tim Robbins, who thinks the new United Artists studio boss is among the most professional and positive people in the business. While many Hollywood experts criticise the MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE star for his Scientology stance and bizarre behaviour on chat shows, Tinseltown activist Robbins has nothing but fond memories of working with the movie star. And Robbins is far from surprised Cruise and his production partner Paula Wagner have revived Charlie Chaplin's United Artists studio - and he's convinced they'll be producing hit film after hit film. Robbins says, "From working with him, there isn't a more positive person on the set that I've worked with. "What he might be talking about or advocating, I think, comes from a positive point of view. "I don't ever feel that he's a destructive person or a negative person or a person that plays games or anything like that; he's always so supportive and so positive when he's working with you."