Tom Cruise shows off his muscular arms in a black velvet polo shirt as he steps out in London
Tom Cruise showed off his toned arms in a skintight velor polo shirt on Tuesday as he headed out for a night out in London’s Mayfair.
The Mission Impossible star, 60, cut a sleek figure as she stepped out in the black top, which hugged her toned figure.
Tom paired his top with a pair of simple black jeans and faded black boots.
Oh hello: Tom Cruise showed off his muscular arms in a skin-tight velor polo shirt on Tuesday as he headed for a night out in Mayfair in London
To complete her evening look, the movie star added a sleek black look and clutched a trendy pair of shades in her hand.
Tom looked in high spirits as he cast a glare as he stepped out in the capital during the sultry evening.
This comes after Tom’s film Top Gun: Maverick hit another milestone, as it surpassed $600 million at the international box office.
Looking good: The Mission Impossible star, 60, cut a sleek figure as he stepped out in the black top, which hugged her toned frame
The tally brings the sequel to more than $1.2 billion worldwide, making it the “highest-grossing film ever made by Paramount Pictures,” as reported by Deadline.
The film, which was directed by Joseph Kosinski, is currently at $602.5 million from 65 overseas markets.
And in North America, it sits at $606 million, for an overall total of $1,208.5 billion worldwide through Friday.
Evening look: Tom paired his top with a pair of simple black jeans and faded black boots
Good times: Tom looked in good spirits as he threw a glare as he stepped out in the capital during the sultry evening
It is only the 12th film to cross the $600 million mark at the domestic box office.
Internationally, Top Gun: Maverick ranks third for the production company’s highest titles.
Meanwhile, in 28 overseas markets – including France, Australia and the UK – the film is Paramount’s biggest live-action film ever.
It is notably the first film in Tom Cruise’s long career to earn $1 billion.
It’s also worth noting that Maverick surpassed Titanic as Paramount’s number one domestic film of all time.
Impressive: Top Gun: Maverick hit another milestone, as it surpassed $600 million at the international box office
New highs: The tally brings the sequel to over 1.2 billion worldwide, solidifying it as Paramount’s “highest-grossing film ever made worldwide,” as reported by Deadline
The entertainment publication reported the top offshore markets for the week to Thursday as the UK with $88.8m, Japan with $65.4m, Australia with $55.9m , France $46 million and Korea $41.4 million.
The film was originally scheduled for release in June 2020, but Paramount delayed the release until more fans could return after the pandemic shutdowns.
His Top Gun franchise took the global film market by storm, both in 1986 and 2022, but that’s not all for the big screen – as Tom has actually been a licensed pilot in real life since 1994. .
Incredible: Maverick is only the 12th film to cross the $600 million mark at the domestic box office; Jay Ellis, Miles Teller, Tom Cruise, Glen Powell and Greg Tarzan Davis at a press conference in June
And while the jets were piloted by someone else in the original film, it was the actor at the controls of the recent sequel, Top Gun: Maverick.
The cast of the film underwent months of pilot training in preparation for the role, as they flew for the scenes themselves.
Although Tom was not allowed to fly an actual F-18 jet, he was the pilot of other planes during the film – and even had to figure out his own shots in the plane, with no space for a director inside.
Where it all began: Kelly McGillis and Tom Cruise in Top Gun in 1986