Since the 1980s, Tom Cruise has been one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. After his breakthrough performance in ‘generation-defining’ films like ‘All The Right moves’ and ‘Risky Business’. He got recognition in Tinsel Town with 1986’s ‘Top Gun’. From there, the sky has been the limit. As Tom has appeared in such classics as ‘Rain Man’, ‘A Few Good Men’ and ‘Magnolia.’
Now, the 59-year-old actor is in headlines again, stunning in new appearance on the Mission Impossible set. In early October, Tom Cruise looked totally unrecognisable while at a baseball game with son Connor. Though his regular features returned when he was spotted at an aviation lesson in England on November 12. But just this week, Tom’s appearance seemed different again when he was pictured filming plane stunt scenes for the eighth Mission Impossible movie in Duxford Aerodrome, Cambridgeshire.
In fact, Tom looks an awful lot like his 23-year-old self from the first Top Gun movie, he filmed back in 1985. While he has picked up a handful of Golden Globe awards for his dramatic work, since the mid-2000s. He has focused primarily on action films. He took on the role of Ethan Hunt in the first ‘Mission: Impossible’ film in 1996. But the franchise really took off with 2006’s ‘Mission: Impossible III’.
The viral picture show Tom chatting to crew members while preparing to fly a yellow Boeing-Stearman Model. He wore a navy jacket, tan trousers, and a black woollen hat. A mysterious mark was also visible on Tom’s cheek in the photos.
Tom Cruise Looks Completely Different Person In Latest Pics
Tom Cruise, who had been busy due to the shoot of his upcoming film, Mission Impossible 7, was recently seen attending a baseball game in San Francisco. While the actor always garners attention for his charming looks, this time Tom is making headlines for all the different reasons. In his latest pictures that are going viral on the Internet, the actor’s face can be seen looking swollen than usual. While some fans say he is unrecognisable, others think the actor has gone under the knife.