Tom Cruise takes James Corden on ‘terrifying’ flights forward of ‘High Gun: Maverick’ launch


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Tom Cruise put his pilot’s license to good use as he took “The Late Late Show” host James Corden on a couple of “terrifying” flights within the sky forward of the “Top Gun: Maverick” launch on Friday, Could 27.

“I’m very excited that James is doing this,” Cruise admitted in a particular phase the place he prepped to fly Corden in each a classic fighter airplane and a contemporary conflict jet.

“Was he the first late night show that I asked? Hell no. He was just the first one, the only one, to say yes.”

“I’m gonna go up in a 75-year-old plane with someone who isn’t a pilot? Yeah, that sounds like a good idea,” Corden stated. 

After Cruise insisted he was in actual fact a pilot, the discuss present host stated: “With all due respect, you played a lawyer in ‘A Few Good Men.’ I wouldn’t want you to represent me in court.”

Tom Cruise and James Corden go for a joyride ahead of

Tom Cruise and James Corden go for a joyride forward of “Top Gun: Maverick” launch.
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Cruise took Corden for a trip in a 1944 fighter airplane, which Corden admitted “even this is terrifying” as he climbed in. 

“The Cats” star rapidly hoisted up a “Help Me” signal within the window after joking about asking for the WiFi password.

Issues took a extra critical flip when a dueling airplane popped up within the sky to problem them. 

“We’re in a dog fight,” Cruise stated whereas dropping the airplane to a 90-degree angle, to which Corden screamed, “I don’t give a s—.”

“You did good,” Cruise instructed Corden upon touchdown.

James Corden participated in a few aerial stunts with Tom Cruise as the pilot for a sketch on

James Corden participated in a couple of aerial stunts with Tom Cruise because the pilot for a sketch on “The Late Late Show.”
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“The fact that this is your idea of a fun day out tells me how different we are as human beings,” Corden quipped.

The discuss present host thought he was performed for the day, just for Cruise to leap again in motion with a brand new thrilling journey as they performed a sport of volleyball, much like the well-known 1986 film sequence.

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Corden tried to object to any extra aerial adventures till Cruise referenced a traditional High Gun trope: “You are my Goose.”

“When you said I’m your Goose it makes me feel excited, and then I realize that Goose dies in the film,” Corden defined. 

Cruise tried to get Corden again on his good aspect: “You’re the first half of the film Goose. That ‘You’ve Lost that Loving Feeling’ Goose.'”

James Corden was happy to be back on the ground after Tom Cruise flights for

James Corden was joyful to be again on the bottom after Tom Cruise flights for “Top Gun: Maverick” stunts.
(Terence Patrick/CBS)

“That’s the Goose I want to be,” Corden stated. “I want to be in a bar, singing.” 

Because the newfound flying companions tucked away of their tents for the evening, Corden stated: “Tom, if you kill me tomorrow, I’ll haunt you for the rest of your life.” 

Cruise was fast to remark: “James, if I kill you tomorrow, I’ll be dead too.”

The subsequent day, the pair boarded a more recent and nicer car with ease, seemingly to Corden’s approval. 

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“We’ll just fly straight, just relax, just take it easy for a little bit” Cruise stated, whereas additionally shaking his head on the digital camera. Seconds later, the Mission Unattainable star was barreling by the air and spinning to his coronary heart’s content material.

“The Late Late Show” host had the trip of his life with Tom Cruise forward of “Top Gun: Maverick” debut on Friday.
(Terence Patrick/CBS)

As soon as on the bottom and again within the studio for good, Corden was relieved to now not must bear witness to Cruise’s want for pace.

“You can be my wingman anytime,” Cruise stated. “You know what? I think I’m good,” Corden replied.

Cruise first starred as Lt. Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, a younger naval aviator aboard the plane provider USS Enterprise, in 1986. He labored with Kelly McGillis, Val Kilmer, Meg Ryan, Tim Robbins and Anthony Edwards.



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