Few people in Hollywood love their job the way Tom Cruise does . As he specialized in action movies beginning with playing Ethan Hunt in 1996, for the first Mission Impossible , the star discovered an unheard of pleasure in starring in his own stunts , no matter how dangerous. Cruise’s recklessness has sparked fear in producers and has put him on the brink of death numerous times, but he has never lost his smile. Literally.
Interviewed on The Graham Norton Show , the Mission Impossible actor has revealed that many times during his stunts he can’t help but smile as a result of adrenaline, which has led several times to the directors asking him to please pull himself together.
“I am a very physical actor and I love doing them. I study and train and I dedicate a lot of time to being able to solve them, ” Cruise said. “I have broken a lot of bones! Any dangerous scene is stressful, but also exhilarating. I have been told several times while shooting a stunt to stop smiling! ”.
Paramount delays the premiere of ‘Mission Impossible 7’ to 2022 (and passes ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ at the end of the year)
Cruise’s love of these stunts has never failed to explode, even now that the star is 58 years old. Cruise’s eagerness to outdo himself, on the other hand, will lead him to shoot a movie in space with the collaboration of NASA, while his much-publicized love of traditional film display has been challenged in recent years. hours for a recent Paramount decision. According to this, the actor’s next two films have had their release dates postponed: Top Gun: Maverick and Mission Impossible 7 .
The first will finally be released on November 19, while the second has passed to May 27, 2022 , causing its next installment to also be delayed to July 7, 2023 . Aside from the returns of two of his best-known franchises, Cruise is also preparing a sequel to Edge of Tomorrow with Doug Liman repeating as director.