Why Tom Cruise leaps from the helicopter? Watch the video to know…

Tom Cruise, one of the most paid action stars in Hollywood, demonstrated only one of the many tricks he has learned over the years.

Before “Top Gun: Maverick” debuted on the Paramount+ streaming service, Cruise thanked the audience for supporting the movie in theaters, as he had hoped when it made its eagerly awaited debut earlier this year.

Tom Cruise went above and above with his expression of gratitude by donning a parachute, goggles, and making a solo freefall drop over the water.

“Maverick” amassed a worldwide total of $1.488 billion in revenue, becoming Paramount Pictures’ best success. When the Oscar-nominated movie surpassed $800 million in June 2022, it also became Cruise’s personal best.

Cruise, dressed in a parachute and gloves, sat along the edge of the helicopter and remarked, “Hey everyone, Here we are over lovely South Africa.” And “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning” parts one and two are currently being filmed.

“Top Gun: Maverick” received a lot of support this year, and I wanted to thank you all for coming out to the movies,” he continued.

Cruise introduced Christopher McQuarrie, the author and director of “Dead Reckoning,” while he took a breath between sentences.

McQuarrie informed Cruise, “Listen, we really have to roll; we’ve got to get this shot.”

“We’re filming, oh yeah. We must attempt this. Can you make it?” Carver questioned McQuarrie.

On your life, no. The director replied, “Good luck,” to which Cruise replied, “We’ll see you down there.”

Tom calmly leapt out of the jet without hesitation and started falling through the air.

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Thank you for letting us amuse you once again. He declared as he launched toward the ground carelessly, “It truly is the honor of a lifetime. Very fortunate.”

“I’d better get back to work since I’m running low on altitude. We must attempt this. I hope you have a wonderful, risk-free holiday. We will meet you at the theater.”

Despite years of difficulties brought on by the COVID-19 outbreak, Cruise declared in May that “Top Gun: Maverick” will “never” make its theatrical debut on a streaming service.

The Paramount Pictures release of “Maverick” was previously scheduled for July 2019, however that date was delayed in August 2018 “to allow the producers to figure out all the intricate flight sequences,” according to Deadline.

In extracts from his response to the question of whether he felt compelled to distribute the movie in any way on a streaming service, Cruise assured the audience, “That was never going to occur. That could never have happened.”

He mentioned how he insisted on doing his own stunts despite the clear safety hazards: “Nobody questioned Gene Kelly about why he danced. Why do you dance on your own?”

In 1986, Cruise made his acting debut as Lt. Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, a young naval aviator stationed on the USS Enterprise. Kelly McGillis, Val Kilmer, Meg Ryan, Tim Robbins, and Anthony Edwards were among his coworkers.

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