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Mission: Impossible star Tom Cruise doesn̵7;t seem to like people running on screen with him, according to co-star The Mummy Annabelle Wallis.
Wallis, who played archaeologist Jenny Halsey in the 2017 action movie alongside Cruise’s US Army Sergeant Nick Morton, told The Hollywood Reporter that Cruise initially told her she wouldn’t run on the curtain. photo next to him.
But Wallis started to change the mindset of her co-star – and she succeeded.
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“He’s on a different level, and you know, I ticked a box,” she said. “I had to run on the screen with him, but he told me at first no. He said, ‘Nobody ran on the screen. [with me], ‘and I said,’ But I’m a very good runner. ‘
“So I timed my treadmill for him to come in and watch me run. And then he added all of these running scenes. That’s it. It’s, like, better than the Oscars. I’m so happy! I’m so happy to be acting on screen with Tom Cruise. “
She added that she ‘likes’ talking about Cruise, praising his dedication to cinema.
“He means business, and he loves this business,” she said. “I think people are admiring their passion and love for cinema as well as a desire to excel, keep growing and continue to cross the line.”
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It looks like Cruise has found a reliable on-screen running partner if he needs it again in the future.
Wallis is also best known for her role in the BBC drama Peaky Blinders as Grace Shelby and although Grace is no longer on the show, the actress hinted that she is always ready to return, no matter what it seems. as impossible.
“I just love her (Grace), and I am so grateful (the creator) Steven Knight. And Cillian (Murphy, who played Thomas Shelby) and I are great friends,” she said.
“Me and Cillian, we call Peaky Blinders a gift that’s constantly giving. I mean, I don’t know if the road is finished. We’ll have to wait and see.”
Mission: Impossible 7 and Mission: Impossible 8, which are in continuous filming, will currently be released on November 19, 2021 and November 4, 2022.
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