Tom Cruise, 59, is causing a stir following a rare outing, with fans claiming he looks “unrecognisable.”
Tom Cruise, 59, is causing a stir following a rare outing, with fans claiming he looks “unrecognizable.”
Tom Cruise, 59, caused a stir when he was photographed with a bigger face at a baseball game. With his son Connor, 26, the Mission Impossible actor watched Game 2 of the National League Division Series between the San Francisco Giants and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Some admirers couldn’t believe it was the Top Gun star, while others mused on what had changed him.
“I’m not sure what Tom Cruise did to his face.”
On Twitter, one fan inquired.
“This appears to be someone impersonating Tom Cruise.” Someone else made a comment.
“Hardly recognized Tom Cruise there,” said another.
Some fans, on the other hand, rallied to the Jerry Maguire star’s defense.
“Listen, I’m not a huge fan of Tom Cruise (at all), but I’m sick of Twitter criticizing individuals for their weight changes. It is permissible for people to gain and lose weight, and it is truly nunya!!! Stop hating overweight people.” They wrote (sic).
“Tom Cruise putting weight on in his face because he’s probably not filming a movie that requires him to be in sub-human condition and having memed all over for it feels really unpleasant to me,” another added.
(sic)Tom’s representative has been approached for comment by this website.
Meanwhile, Tom is learning to fly a World War II military plane for stunt scenes in the upcoming installment of his blockbuster film series, Mission: Impossible.
The action star has been learning how to fly a 1943 Boeing Stearman Model 75, which he made famous as fighter-jet pilot Maverick in Top Gun.
He was spotted in the UK, in a training plane with two movie rigs on its wings, near Duxford Airfield in Cambridgeshire.
The plane will be filmed engaging in a dogfight with another warplane.
“Tom had started learning to fly a Boeing Stearman biplane earlier this year for a key stunt scene in Mission: Impossible 8,” a source told The Sun.
“It’s obviously a highly skilled task, but he has no plans to cut shortcuts or hire a stuntman, as is customary.”
“Mission: Impossible 7 has just ended filming, but Tom hasn’t had a break yet.
“It’s very perilous to try to capture jaw-dropping scenes with an 80-year-old plane.”
Tom and his crew celebrated the completion of Mission: Impossible 7 last month.
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