WATCH: From Top Gun to Mission Impossible, Tom Cruise reenacts his film career
Tom Cruise is widely acclaimed as one the leading actors in Hollywood and has been nominated for three Academy Awards and has won three Golden Globes.
Cruise made his film debut as a teenager in Endless Love (1981) and has starred in some of the highest grossing films and had remained one of the highest paid actor in the world.
Now Cruise appeared on ‘The Late Late Show’ to promote his upcoming film ‘Jack Reacher’ where he along with host James Corden and actor Cuba Gooding Jr. reenacted the highlights of his entire career in less than nine minutes.
They start with the Top Gun wearing olive jackets they both said the iconic line, “I feel the need, the need for speed.”
All the five films of the Mission Impossible series are mentioned specially which include hanging from the ceiling, racing motorcycles, pull off cardboard masks, climb the side of a building and board a moving airplane.
Gooding interrupts during the 1996 film Jerry Maguire for which he won an Academy Award for best supporting actor exclaiming ‘Show me the Money.’
Other film include Days Of Thunder, Rain Man, Tropic Thunder, War Of The Worlds, Minority Report, Born On The Fourth Of July, Rock Of Ages, Eyes Wide Shut, Interview With The Vampire, A Few Good Men, Cocktail, The Last Samurai, Vanilla Sky, Jack Reacher, Edge Of Tomorrow and Risky Business.
Check out the rapid fire reenactments all shot in one take in the video below.