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Tom Cruise surprises fans at two movie theaters as the actor travels from Miami to Atlanta

Tom Cruise surprises fans at two movie theaters as the actor travels from Miami to Atlanta

Patrons at two US movie theaters were given more than they bargained for, as they settled in to watch the summer blockbuster Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning, Part 1 on Tuesday.

Fans of the action series piled into Atlanta’s Regal Atlantic station and Miami’s AMC Sunset Place, where they were treated to guest appearances by Mr. Ethan Hunt himself – aka Hollywood star Tom Cruise.

The actor flashed his famous smile as he greeted guests before introducing the movie, the seventh installment in a seemingly endless franchise that once again sees Cruz, 61, perform all of his own daring stunts.

Dressed in a casual, short-sleeved polo shirt—pink for Miami, blue for Atlanta—he posed for selfies, shook hands, and even bumped fists to star-struck fans at events, provided by Paramount Pictures and Skydance.

The hardworking actor, accompanied by Mission: Impossible director Christopher McQuarrie, has traveled from cinema to cinema while promoting the film, which officially opens July 12.

MAIN MAN: Tom Cruise appeared as a guest at a special screening of his new movie Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning Part 1 in Atlanta and Miami on Tuesday (pictured in Miami)
Say cheese: The Hollywood actor flashed his famous smile as he posed for selfies at Regal Atlantic Station before the show (pictured in Atlanta)

Cruz is seen getting off the motorcycle and falling free for several seconds before pulling the parachute cord in one thrilling sequence from the new movie.

And in a new interview, he details what it takes to pull off this death-defying move, with Tom explaining that there was a “no-go point” on the ramp during filming.

Cruz revealed that after getting to a certain point on the slope, he couldn’t ‘slow down’ and had to keep going, even if the other factors in the stunt didn’t hold true – with the star admitting that at one point he was thrown a little off his path because of a ‘crosswind’. .

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Speaking to Sian Welby on Capital Breakfast, he said: ‘There’s a lot going on, and there’s a lot of preparation to find out. The amount of knowledge that goes into something like this, it’s pretty exciting.

I enjoy learning, and you know I enjoy pushing the cinema that way, but even while I was going, the helicopter flying, I had to be in sync with that helicopter, because if it was in the wrong position, it was going to blow me off the ramp.

If I can do those things, but if we don’t get the shot we don’t get the shot, and you can also see in the electronic press kit, I jump out of a helicopter before I do because I have to test the wind currents in the bowl.

‘They’re changing so quickly,’ he added, ‘and as soon as I did that jump, you could see that when it opened, I was a little off because I had a crosswind, and since I was, my shoulders were a little bit up and I opened the parachute and the second time I opened it, it was It pulls me up the side of the mountain, so I had to quickly, once you pull you have to be quickly ready to adjust the direction of the parachute.

The movie star went on to say that he not only considers safety when jumping but also his acting skills and how they are displayed on screen.

Center of attention: Cruz was surrounded by selfie and autograph hunters at the event
Here: Fans screamed for attention when he appeared in front of a screen with director Christopher McCurry for a surprise introduction to the film
Elated: The actor appeared to be in high spirits as he introduced the seventh installment in the seemingly endless movie franchise
LOVE IT: Cruz posed for selfies, even shook her fist to star-struck fans at the event, which was presented by Paramount Pictures and Skydance
MAKE THEIR DAY: Two teenage boys were given something to remember as Cruz obligated them to a photo Tuesday night

While also explaining that timing, location, and speed are very important, he explains that once you pass a certain point on the slope, there’s no turning back—even if everything else isn’t perfect.

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He said: “And there’s also a performance I’m thinking of, you have to feel and see you know, make the audience see that this is an act, plus I have to know the speed of the bike, the chopper, if it’s in the wrong position.

‘I have a go-and-block, where there is a point on that slope that I know I’m sticking to and I can slow down, but I can’t get off the throttle at that point. If I’m going to stop, I really have to, there is a starting point, it can’t be moved to, it’s like I’m at this point.

“Even if the helicopter, the drones are in the wrong position, once I get past this point, no matter what I do, I can’t slow down. I have to go as fast as I can from the edge of that cliff.

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One officially releases in theaters July 12th.

New Pal: Three young fans looked elated when they met the action here at T Regal Atlantic Station in Atlanta
Popular: Cruz and Macquarie posed for a group photo with guests before they left the stage on Tuesday

No room in the motel: Miami’s AMC Sunset Place was packed to the rafters as Cruz and Macquarie appeared before the show
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COMING SOON: Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1 officially releases in cinemas July 12th