Two years ago, two pilots—Alan Purwin and Carlos Berl—were killed while working on Tom Cruise’s upcoming film American Made, after their plane crashed in the mountains of Colombia. (A third, pilot Jimmy Lee Greenwood, survived, but was left without feeling in the lower half of his body.) Over the course of the last…
Tom Cruise is hard at work filming the sixth (sixth!) Mission: Impossible movie in Paris right now, and videos from the set show him doing his own stunts—which sadly involve badly damaging a fleet of puke-green E28 5 Series BMWs.
We love bikes and we couldn’t imagine giving them up, which is why we appreciate these ten bike guys who also happen to be celebrities. The studios may forbid them from riding while they’re shooting a movie, but the second it wraps, you’d find every one of these die-hards back on two wheels tearing up the canyons.…
The fifth Mission Impossible movie comes out on Friday—and you’ve already seen the absolutely batshit, life-threatening stunt where Tom Cruise hangs off an airplane in flight. The without-a-net, potentially deadly stunts have become a trademark of the series—see for yourself, with our video roundup.
After too many years of crappy computer generated car stunts, practical effects are coming back. Mad Max set the tone this year and the new Mission Impossible flick is carrying the torch into the summer. Here’s a brief look behind the scenes at how Tom Cruise and Co. are bringing real driving back to the big screen.
Tom Cruise is now a well-known stunt junkie and his addiction is on full display in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. In the scene, Ethan Hunt (played by Cruise) hitches a ride on the outside of an Airbus A400M transport that quickly leaves the ground. Sure, there were safety harnesses, but that doesn’t make it a joy…
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, a.k.a. Tom Cruise's excuse to feel again, has released a big, bombastic trailer. And excuse me, but is that a GUN FLUTE?
It leaked this week that Tom Cruise will likely play the hard-drinking, overalls-wearing, legendary sonofabitch Carroll Shelby in the film adaptation of A.J. Baime's great Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, And Their Battle For Speed And Glory At Le Mans. Here's an excerpt from that book (which you should buy) that explains…
Holy crap, 20th Century Fox is making a movie out of Go Like Hell, the story of how Ford beat Ferrari at Le Mans. Also, some possibly-insane guy named Tom Cruise is probably going to play Carroll Shelby.
Hey everyone, that's it. The Internet is over. Archer remade the video for Danger Zone from Top Gun. Yeah, let's all sign off now, there's no way to top it.
Watch Tom Cruise doing jumps on a Moto Bike from the future, on a Dead Earth. ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED?
Remember in 1990 when Tom Cruise was in Top Gun again, but this time he was strapped into NASCAR cars instead of fighter jets? Well, that movie has its own title and story and everything— Days of Thunder. Cruise plays NASCAR racer Cole Trickle (named in tribute to racer Dick Trickle, the man with the funniest name in…
Remember the very early '90s? It was like the late '80s, but for some reason everyone started thinking about Seattle. Many of us still had our Nintendo Entertainment Systems, and some of us may have been lured into playing the game based on the Tom Cruise NASCARvaganza, Days of Thunder. You know, Top Gun in racecars.
WHOOO! YEAH! Gooooood morning America! Hey, why the sad faces? You look like you're not getting your recommended daily allowance of pure awesome. Thank the volcanic aliens that Red Bull and Tom Cruise are here to top you off with America's greatest action hero doing laps in an old Red Bull F1 car on a closed circuit.…
Tom Cruise's crazed two-wheels-off-the-ground record-setting lap around British motoring show Top Gear's track wasn't a surprise to those who've seen him race. One of Cruise's driving instructors gave us an exclusive look into his terrifying, short-lived, and accident-prone racing career.
Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz each took an expletive-filled run on the Top Gear track. How did two 'mericans fare on the world's most popular motoring show? Here's a hint. Cruise managed to get the car on two wheels. Epic.
The Ducati motorcycle Tom Cruise rides in those annoying ESPN commercials isn't really a big, bad Ducati. It's just an Aprilia sportbike disguised as one. Wes Siler of Hell for Leather Magazine explains why.
Suri Cruise has been so "mesmerized by auto racing" on TV, her father Tom dropped $30,000 on a custom car for the three-year-old. An Escalade? Nope. A miniature replica of a freaking open-wheel racer according to gossip sites.