The rumors that often circulate on Facebook feeds or among Tom Cruise's friends after they've almost been Iron Man are not entirely true as Megastar Confirmed The Fast Casting While Promoting His New Film Mission: Impossible – Fallout
In an exclusive interview with Cruise.com, Cruise talked about the time when he was almost Iron Man. As it turned out, it might not be as close as if photoshopped pictures of his face on Tony Stark's would make you believe. "Not near," said Cruise. "Not around and I love Robert Downey Jr.. I can not think of anyone else in this role and I think it's perfect for him."
Whether Cruise hopes to get into the superhero train at this point, he says nothing. "I watch a movie and I do not exclude anything," said Cruise. "It's, & # 39; What's the story, is it me, I feel that's where the audience wants to see me, what can I learn? & # 39; and & # 39; What can I contribute? "So I choose my movies."
While it's unclear what fans should expect, if Cruise ever went into the ranks of comic book heroes in live action, they'll surely deserve his undisputed dedication. The actor suffered a severe injury when performing a stunt on the set of Mission: Impossible ̵
"It hurt, it hurt," Cruise said of the injury. "I knew," I do not want to take the take again! "I just got up, walked out, and I knew it was broken as soon as it broke I know movies, Im immediately thinking," I think that better! Otherwise, I have to come back and do it again.
The accident happened when Cruise jumped from one building to another, and it turned out he was running so fast in previous takes that he was bouncing off the building, and when he tried to slow down, his ankle got a lot of it
One such stunt is hardly the most impressive accomplishment of Cruise in Mission: Impossible – Fallout when he also performed a maniac parachuting in character, multiple times for an intense sequence during Paramount's CinemaCon presentation Pictures
Mission: Impossible Fallout will be released on July 27, 2018.