Tom Cruise stunned spectators on January 31, Tuesday, by landing in London after taking a self-piloted aircraft.
Tom Cruise was filming a dramatic underwater sequence for the upcoming Mission Impossible at England’s industrial estate Basildon, Essex. Locals were pleased to see him land in the middle of their unknown industrial town in a black chopper.
The actor and his team were seen yesterday near the Burnt Mills Industrial Estate after leaving a black helicopter, according to a Facebook post from a fan.
This is mad. I was in a nearby office in Basildon today talking to colleagues about how we can get local people over 40 to get their blood pressure checked when this chopper landed & Tom Cruise got out. I mean we need more than A Few Good Men to get checked at their GP, but wow. pic.twitter.com/W02ViX6Y6s— Simon Harris – Man Behaving Dadly (THAT’S DADLY) (@simonharris_mbd) January 31, 2023
Tom Cruise remains committed to his principles and is known for being amiable, polite, and giving to his followers and admirers. The video also shows him waving and welcoming spectators and fans. It got assumed that he was in the community with his crew for photo and video shoots.
The 60-year-old Top Gun: Maverick star retained a low-key demeanor while piloting the aircraft as it landed at London’s Battersea Helipad with a second pilot.
Viewers were ecstatic to see Cruise exit the shadowy aircraft. Fans waved back to him and said, “Tommy boy, how cool is that,” loudly and clearly. Upon hearing this, Cruise replied, “Glad to see you guys. I appreciate you letting me use your parking lot.”
Cruise, who owns multiple planes and has had a pilot’s license since 1994, wore a crew-neck jumper of black color with a pair of dark pants. Before getting onboard his Airbus Helicopter (H130), he was seated in the pilot’s seat.
Two women were spotted with the Mission Impossible actor as they stepped out of the helicopter.
After receiving an Oscar nod for his blockbuster hit sequel Maverick in 2022, Cruise made his most recent visit.
The 95th Academy Awards, which will screen on March 12, have nominated the Top Gun sequel for Best Picture alongside Elvis, Avatar: The Way of Water, All Quiet on the Western Front, and The Fabelmans.
Some Details about the upcoming film, Mission Impossible 7, starring Tom Cruise
Christopher McQuarrie is the author, producer, and director of the seventh sequel of the upcoming American action spy movie Mission Impossible, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One. It is the sequel to 2018’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout.
Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg, Vanessa Kirby, Ving Rhames, Shea Whigham, Hayley Atwell, Pom Klementieff, Rob Delaney, Esai Morales, Cary Elwes, and Henry Czerny are among the cast members.
On July 14, 2023, Paramount Pictures will release Mission: Impossible 7 in the US.
Contrary to the previous three movies, this one will not get produced by Bad Robot.
Dead Reckoning Part Two, the sequel, will debut on June 28, 2024.