It is nothing new that Tom Cruise he is no longer afraid to do any”stunt” or stunt for one of his films. It even seems that the more difficult and risky they are, the better. The renowned actor recently turned 60 and to celebrate it, the director of Mission: Impossible 7 posted a picture of Cruise hanging from a biplane. Who does not want to reach 60 like this?
“Happy 60th birthday, Tom”tweeted Christopher McQuarriewho directs the next two films of Mission: Impossible. As we said above, the image that accompanies the message shows Cruise challenging his life again. She is hanging from a biplane that appears to be nearly upside down.
Happy 60th Birthday, Tom. pic.twitter.com/IfWUguhM7c
— Christopher McQuarrie (@chrismcquarrie) July 3, 2022
McQuarrie was not the only one who published this photo to congratulate Tom Cruise. The co-star of Top Gun: Maverick, Glen Powellalso tweeted and said: “This is 60. TC, there’s just no one like you. Still holding. Happy Birthday!”.
Although nothing is confirmed, it is likely that this image is part of Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning – Part Twoa film that would come out in 2024 and that would continue with the events of the first part (which arrives next year). Why do they say the photo is from this movie? Because they previously saw Cruise rehearsing a similar trick for delivery. We will have to wait to confirm it.
Let’s remember that Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning will bring closure to the franchise, which began in 1996. After nearly 30 years as the undercover CIA agent Ethan Hunt, Tom Cruise he could be up against some of the biggest, most daring stunts of his career (and that’s saying a lot).
Although we already have the first trailer for Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Onenot much is known about the plot yet, but from what we had seen, hunt You will have to choose a side when it comes to international espionage. Written and directed by Christopher McQuarriethis movie will hit theaters on July 14, 2023, while the second part will be released on July 28, 2024.
Even at 60 years old, Tom Cruise keep climbing. And we’re not just talking about the buildings, but also box office numbers and action scenes that no one saw coming. The last premiere of the actor, Top Gun: Maverick, passed the $1 billion mark at the box office, making it his best-performing film of all time and his most successful of the year (so far). In addition, it surpassed the iconic adaptation of DC, Batman: The Dark Knight (2008).