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The director of Mission: Impossible shares a media story about Tom Cruise that was ‘100 percent accurate’

In response to the media’s interest in Tom Cruise, Mission: Impossible’s director Christopher McQuarrie set the record straight. Having produced nine films with Cruise, a most bankable star in Hollywood, the filmmaker spoke candidly about Cruise.

McQuarrie’s comments follow speculation that the next two Mission: Impossible films, which have been billed as the franchise’s final installments, will not be the last for Cruise’s character, Ethan Hunt.“

In fifteen years of working with Tom Cruise, I cannot tell you the number of times I have watched an event and been reading about it the next day in the trades, and none of what they describe is true,” he told Variety. The actor was “100 percent” accurate in one story McQuarrie shared about him to emphasize his point.“

We shot a scene in Birmingham between Tom and Haley,” he explained, adding, “I read in the paper the next day that Tom and four other guests went to an Indian restaurant for dinner. According to Tom’s account, he did not want to sit in a private room. He preferred to sit in the main restaurant with the other diners.

Tom also ordered three orders of chicken masala. As McQuarrie continued, “I called Tom the next day and said, ‘This article doesn’t seem right. Factually speaking, it is 100 percent true! That’s the first time I’ve read an article where everything happened exactly as it was described.

As for the accuracy of the news, Asha’s revealed the details on its official Twitter page in August 2021, writing: “It was a pleasure to welcome Tom Cruise to Asha’s Birmingham yesterday evening.”. He ordered our famous Chicken Tikka Masala, which he enjoyed so much that he immediately ordered it again after finishing.

According to McQuarrie, Cruise’s Jack Reacher films, as well as Mission: Impossible installments Rogue Nation and Fallout, featured anonymous source information. In the presence of ‘anonymous sources’ or ‘sources close to the production,’ it’s someone who puts it out there for a particular reason,” he explained. “Such people want others to think that for a particular reason, and their reasons can never be known in advance. The trick is to ignore it and laugh at it.”



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