Jul. 29 2007, Published 6:00 a.m. ET

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Six years after ending their marriage, Tom Cruise and ex-wife Nicole Kidman will be filming together in Germany, sources confirm to OK!Nicole signed on two weeks ago to star in The Reader which will also be filming in Berlin where Tom has already begun work on Valkyrie, the World War Two thriller which has generated so much controversy over his Scientology beliefs ? the organization beloved by Tom is not recognized as a religion in Germany.He plays Count Claus Schenk von Stauffenberg, the leader of the failed plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1944. Valkyrie began filming earlier this month.Nicole will star in the film version of The Reader, the award-winning 1995 novel by German author Bernhard Schlink which deals with later generations' difficulty in understanding the Holocaust.Nicole is currently filming the $130 million epic drama called Australia with Hugh Jackman Down Under, also set during World War Two and directed by her friend Baz Luhrmann.In September she will begin filming at the same Bablesburg Studios where Tom is filming. Production on Valkyrie is due to continue into the third week of October meaning Tom and Nicole will both be based in Berlin for about six weeks.Real life exes Brad Pitt and Gwyneth Paltrow are also getting back together on the set of the President Nixon era movie Dirty Tricks.Insiders close to Tom and Nicole are predicting a family reunion in Berlin. The exes have two adopted children together, Isabella, 14, and Connor, 12, from their 10 year marriage.Tom and new wife Katie Holmes have been seen out together in Berlin enjoying several meals together with daughter Suri.One July 13, Tom was cradling the 15-month-old during dinner at trendy Borchardt restaurant as he told an OK! reporter with obvious pride 'She's amazing.'Can we expect to see Tom, Katie and Suri together with Nicole her husband Keith Urban and his step kids Isabella and Connor?'It would be fun to see them all together,' says a source. 'Imagine what a great family portrait that would be.'

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