At The Rome Screening Of “Mission: Impossible,” Tom Cruise Declares That Making Movies Has Always Been His Dream

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According to Tom Cruise, having a job is a privilege that he never took for granted.

Tom Cruise, 60, complimented how people from many cultures come together to enjoy movies as he delivered a speech from the renowned Spanish Steps in Rome for the international premiere of Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One on Monday, according to the news reports.

Tom Cruise further remarked that cinema was something he had grown up with, something that made him and inspired him to dream. Making movies and going all over the world has been his dream, said Cruise. He not only wants to travel as an outsider but truly wants to mingle with the local cultures.

Tom Cruise Says Christopher McQuarrie Is His Artistic Sibling 

He further added that everyone there had accepted him and let him entertain them for years which was what making movies made so much fun for him. It’s a luxury that he would never take for granted, concluded Tom Cruise. On Monday, Tom Cruise shared the platform with Christopher McQuarrie, the director of Mission: Impossible, and other cast members Frederick Schmidt, Esai Morales, Shea Whigham, Rebecca Ferguson, Mariela Garriga, Hayley Atwell, Vanessa Kirby, Pom Klementieff.

During his address, the actor complimented his collaboration with Christopher, who wrote and directed the last two movies of the same franchise in addition to directing Top Gun: Maverick. The actor said that Christopher has a significant role to play in every movie he has been in over the last sixteen years. Tom Cruise considers Christopher his artistic sibling and a remarkable person. The most recent episode of the series was released in 2018.

The first installment of Mission: Impossible: Dead Reckoning hits theatres on July 12.