Years pass and the interpreter stops nothing and no one when it comes to crossing the border.
since tom cruise started the saga Impossible Goal For more than three decades, with each new installment the actor has been adding an even more dangerous risk factor. From nearly drowning to jumping off a motorcycle and paragliding while practicing apnea, there’s no stopping the interpreter (or yes).
When Cruise is on a set, the whole team gets rocked by the crazy ideas and proposals that the actor launches into each of his new films. at first it seemed to be in saga only Impossible GoalBut now, the Hollywood star has extrapolated this adrenaline rush to other movies that aren’t just this franchise.
The dignity of the crucifixion scenes has been the last title to live in his own flesh Top Gun: MaverickSequel to the original film from the late 80’s top Gun, In it, Cruise returns to give life, a pilot who has now become an instructor to the air’s next elite.
But beyond feeling that the actor would stay behind and give up on his attempts to act in all the action scenes that came his way, once again he wanted to indulge and be the center of attention. But, impossible as it may seem, you don’t always say yes to everything the cruise asks for. During the filming of the film, the protagonist asked to be able to fly an F18 aircraft.
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In order for Cruise to pilot an F18, the film crew had to ask permission from the US Navy, to which the US Navy replied with an emphatic no. The plane alone cost $70 million, almost half of the budget spent making the film: $170 million.
However, if you’ve seen the movie you’ll know that the F18 appears in different scenes. For this he was a pilot of the Navy who piloted him. Unfortunately, the actor was left without that one major quirk that could have ruined the production if it got wrong, but, given the green light to do so, would have been another check on Cruise’s list of impossible things.
But, not only did the United States military deny him one of his wishes, but they also granted others. During the movie, Cruise performs an aerial maneuver that was not permitted, and the production team had to ask permission again from the country’s navy to allow them to do so. On this occasion, the actor got the green signal to fly 15 meters above the ground and at a speed of more than 900 kilometers per hour.