Tom Cruise’s daring stunt: Matt Damon tells how the action star managed to do the stunt– despite being warned that it’s dangerous to attempt.
Tom Cruise is passionate about doing stunts, but when a safety guy tells him that a stunt is dangerous and shouldn’t be attempted, what does the star do? Replace the safety guy. Cruise is likely to do whatever he wants regardless of the danger involved, making for an interesting and engaging story.
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Cruise’s reaction was one of pure amazement and he could not believe that Damon had actually done it himself.
Tom Cruise was absolutely astonished when Matt Damon told him about the breathtaking action scene he had filmed for Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. Climbing Burj Khalifa in Dubai was no easy feat, but Damon pulled it off like a true pro. Cruise was in complete awe of his fellow actor and could not believe that he had done it all himself. It was definitely a dinner conversation that they will never forget!
Damon, in his best Tom Cruise impression, narrated how the action star pulled off the stunt– despite being warned that it’s impossible to make it happen.
“I asked him, ‘Can you tell me how that happened?’ and he went into this intense story about how he had been planning the shot for 15 years. I was like, ‘Wow, really?’ and he said, ‘So I go to the safety guy and I lay it all out. Safety guy says we can’t do it. It’s too dangerous, you can’t do it. So I get a new safety guy.'” Damon said, eliciting laughter from the audience.
Tom Cruise has a reputation for doing his own stunts, but the actor who plays his nemesis in the latest Mission: Impossible movie says there’s a big difference between them. “Tom Cruise is the kind of guy who will do a stunt if the people responsible to ensure its safety have dubbed it a good idea,” he said. “I’m not that guy. Like, when the safety guy says no, I am like, ‘The safety guy said that’s not a good idea!'” he added.
Tom Cruise is back in the saddle for the seventh installment of the Mission Impossible franchise, and the results are impressive. Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning Part One released on Wednesday and has been doing brisk business, especially in India, where it collected Rs 63 cr nett in five days.
The much anticipated new Star Wars movie has finally been released and it has smashed box office records! The film launched with a franchise-best $80 million over five days, though it came in shy of industry expectations with a $56.2 million haul over the three-day weekend.
The Paramount Pictures debut was boosted by strong overseas sales of $155 million from 70 markets. But while a $235 million worldwide launch marked one of the best global openings of the year, “Dead Reckoning” couldn’t approach the high-speed velocity of last summer’s top film, ‘Top Gun: Maverick.’ The report read that ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ had a high-speed velocity.
In India, Dead Reckoning Part One has outperformed recent Hollywood films and is likely to emerge as the biggest Tom Cruise hit ever, surpassing the lifetime collection of the sixth Mission Impossible, which was around 80 crores nett.