Tom Cruise’s Mother’s Reaction to His Daredevil Stunts? ‘Oh, Lordy, Tom!’

28 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

15 reasons why Tom Cruise is the ultimate action hero.

I’d like to fly those jets again, but we got to do all the jets practical, no CGI,” Cruise, who starred as Maverick in the 1986 original, told Extra. “I’m saying right now, no CGI on the jets.

I’ve seen all three!” While promoting the latest flick in the franchise, Tom has spoken about reprising his role of Maverick in Top Gun 2, the sequel to the popular 1986 flick. “If I can figure it out, if all of us can figure it out, it’d be fun to do. I would like to get back into those jets,” Cruise told Reuters at the London premiere of his newest film “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” Saturday night. He made it look effortless and easy instead of contrived (looking at you Steven Seagal) Tom Cruise taking out some henchmen in the aisles of a plane is one of the very few good things about this movie.

Now that CGI no longer electrifies audiences as it once did, where bigger is not necessarily better, and where film-makers and cinemagoers favour masterpieces of a pre-digital kind, saying no to special effects looks like the way forward. Cruise, known for performing his own stunts, returns to the silver screen as agent Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible action films.

Iñárritu wanted the wild to feel real. “If we ended up in greenscreen with coffee and everybody having a good time, everybody will be happy, but most likely the film would be a piece of shit,” he told Hollywood Reporter. He did, however, admit that conditions became brutal after temperatures on the shoot in Canada dropped to -25C. “Everybody was frozen, the equipment was breaking.

The luscious brown locks of Tom Cruise are as iconic as Angelina Jolie’s lips, George Clooney’s salt and pepper beard and Jason Statham’s chrome dome. Sure Ethan Hunt can bring down international criminal organisations and climb the world’s tallest building, but he’s human dammit, and he’s not afraid to cry when someone he loves is in danger. In Birdman, Iñárritu tells the story of an actor turning away from a popular world of showy, overdramatic action movies in order to attempt real art. For me, the film had a poor storyline and underdeveloped characters; the only redemptive feature was its incredible visual power – mostly because of the range of impressive dinosaurs.

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