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Tom Cruise’s Secret For Staying In Hollywood For So Long?

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There’s no denying Tom Cruise’s great looks and extreme health, but an excellent combination of vision, enthusiasm, and daring have catapulted him to stardom.

Tom Cruise has pulled it off. Top Gun: Maverick, his most bravura outing, earned a whopping US$320 million globally in just a week (more recent statistics put the film’s earnings near $400 million presently). This makes it the highest-grossing film of Cruise’s career, a spinoff to the 1986 smash that catapulted him to stardom.

That would be no small accomplishment, given Cruise’s lengthy and illustrious career in Hollywood, which shows no signs of slowing down. Particularly in the aftermath of the outbreak, both viewers and producers have avoided the big screen in favor of reuniting upon a streaming site. However, they were released for Tom Cruise and Top Gun: Maverick.

Tom Cruise's Secret For Staying In Hollywood For So Long?
Tom Cruise’s Secret For Staying In Hollywood For So Long?

This is nothing unusual for Tom Cruise, and he is still one of the few performers in Hollywood who really can promise massive cash for the companies he works with. Except for Adam Shankman’s 2012 musical comedy Rock of Ages, Tom Cruise has made a profit in every one of his 40 films, as his blockbuster appearance in Risky Business.

Tom Cruise’s Secret For Staying In Hollywood For So Long?

There aren’t just action movies and franchises, though the Mission Impossible series has been phenomenally appreciated. Tom Cruise has acted in every type of film: Romance (Cocktail), period drama (Valkyrie, The Last Samurai), SciFi (Oblivion, War of the Worlds), a political thriller (Lions for Lambs), also a teen-sex comic (Losin’ It).


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From Steven Spielberg to Stanley Kubrick, he had already collaborated with several of Hollywood’s most prominent filmmakers. Not every one of these films is well-written or well-acted. Some might argue that fewer yet have aged nicely, notably Tony Scott’s actual Top Gun. However, every last one of those paid off.

“He has operated his career as a company and recognizes that he will be the product,” according to an in-depth analysis by HighSnobiety. Cruise is said to pay close attention to detail while deciding which projects to participate in and putting his heart and soul into the tasks he takes on. He’s also known for wielding much power and getting his way.

When the filmmakers sought to replace Cruise with Jeremy Renner, Cruise fought tooth and nail to maintain his role as Ethan Hunt, a figure constructed from the ground up for him with his profound participation (now best known for acting as Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe).

Tom Cruise’s Secret For Staying In Hollywood For So Long?

Tom Cruise became one of the first stars of his age to start his own production house, a road becoming more prevalent for actors, be it Reese Witherspoon’s Type A Company (Big Little Lies) or Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment (Moonlight). Mission Impossible was United Artists’ first film, and it grossed millions and millions of dollars for its proprietors, Cruise, and founder Paula Wagner, who have always been his talent agent.

This is a rare mix of inventiveness, enthusiasm, and audacity – becoming even scarce in an age of CGI superstars – all geared toward saving film as we know it. And Tom Cruise’s real-life heroism has a beautiful irony – a classic comeback story wrapped with some reel-life hero nature. You can’t simply look away because it’s simply phenomenal.

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