‘Very good at winning boys over’

26 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

I love Tom Cruise: Simon Pegg.

It’s not your imagination; Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation, the fifth movie in the Mission: Impossible movie series, will arrive an impressive 19 years after the first, demonstrating once again that Tom Cruise’s super-spy movie franchise is one that bucks a number of trends when it comes to summer blockbusters.

The 53-year-old is reportedly head over heels in love with British assistant Emily Thomas who he met last year while on the set of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation?The 35-year-old actor, who is working with Cruise in the upcoming action spy thriller “Mission: Impossible-Rogue Nation”, said he feels privileged to work with the “Top Gun” star and to see the “real man,” reported E! She has also been to Mexico – and like most young people her age appeared to spend most of her time partying, if her Facebook pictures are anything to go by. Online. “There’s a lot of mythology about him, a lot of speculation about the kind of myth that surrounds him that people are very keen to believe,” he said. “When you actually meet the man himself, he’s different. The 53-year-old actor – who has a string of failed marriages with the actresses Mimi Rogers, Nicole Kidman and Katie Holmes under his belt – is said to have begun dating the pretty brunette late last year before hiring her to be his assistant on another of his films.

But he can also be Tom Cruise when he wants to be. “I say to him, I say, ‘Do Tom Cruise.’ And puts his sunglasses on and smiles. ‘There’s Tom Cruise!’ And he knows it! Abrams and Brad Bird — there could be a case to be made for Mission: Impossible being the auteur’s take on the blockbuster franchise: a series that allowed for movies to be made in their own time, each able to stand on their own despite the shared continuity and characters that bring them together. (That argument could still be made, mind you, if you wanted to consider Cruise as the auteur in question.) Given that Mission: Impossible has proven that a movie series can disappear for some time before returning to an eager (and profitable) reception, it’s unexpected that no other movie series has attempted to follow its lead.

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