Tom Cruise wasn’t sharing mood when he started filming “The Outsiders.”
Row Lowe made the disclosure when he as of late showed up on Dax Shepard’s web recording “Armchair Expert,” where he spoke about taking a shot at the 1983 transitioning dramatization, in which Lowe starred as one of the Greasers, Sodapop Curtis, by Cruise who played Steve Randle.
The “Mental Samurai” game show host told Shepard that the “Top Gun” star couldn’t keep it together upon learning he would be bunking with Lowe while filming the movie, which was directed by “The Godfather” creator Francis Ford Coppola.
The “Psychological Samurai” game show has spoken to Shepard that the “Top Gun” star couldn’t keep it together after knowing he would bunk with Lowe while making the film, which was coordinated by “The Godfather” creator Francis Ford Coppola.
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“All of the L.A. people survived the L.A. auditions, and then the hand-picked people had to go to New York to face the New York version,” Lowe stated. “So it was me and Tom Cruise and Emilio [Estevez] and C. Thomas Howell.
“[It was the] first time I ever stayed at The Plaza Hotel, and we check-in, and Tom finds out that we’re sharing a room and just goes ballistic,” he reminisced to the “Spin the Wheel”
Despite both of them have worked together, Lowe mocked Shepard that Cruise knew his worth and remembered the “Mission: Impossible” actor doing his own amazing moves early on his career.
“He ended up being the only one who could do a backflip. It is in the movie ‘The Outsiders’ for no reason,” Lowe stated. “He runs out of the house and does a backflip for no reason. Just to do it.”
The crew also included Matt Dillon, Patrick Swayze, Ralph Macchio, and Emilio Estevez.
“To me, what’s great about the story is, there are certain people who have always been who they are, and that element of them has powered them to where they are today and the rest is history,” Lowe stated. “And the notion that an 18-year-old actor with a walk-on part in ‘Endless Love’ and like the seventh lede in ‘Taps’ could have that kind of like wherewithal.”
Lowe moved forward and honored Cruise and added that he was impressed by the “Jerry Maguire” performer’s acting pieces.