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Tom Cruise’s presence sells out

Tom Cruise is a multi-talented salesman as he promotes « Mission Impossible 7 » and the other big films coming out this summer, including « Oppenheimer » and « Barbie ». Tom Cruise hits theaters with Mission Impossible 7 (July 12, 2023), but he was very upset about Oppenheimer. Christopher Nolan’s new film, billed as an extraordinary immersive experience, will focus on the life of the « father of the atomic bomb », Julius Robert Oppenheimer (1904-1967). Director Nolan animated the film in IMAX. This means that, to experience the film in the best possible conditions, you’ll have to go to cinemas equipped with IMAX screens. Tom Cruise wouldn’t have liked it if Oppenheimer had monopolized all these theaters. For his Mission Impossible 7, he too would like to be able to mesmerize audiences with these giant screens. But that doesn’t stop him from playing fair by promoting the summer’s big films, including Oppenheimer. The star that he is, Tom Cruise is nervous, but not vengeful. He showed up alongside director Christopher McQuarrie in a cinema and took a break in front of various posters, with his tickets already in hand. We can see him all smiles, ready to discover Oppenheimer, but also Barbie and Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. The photos were posted on Tom Cruise’s Twitter account. A great defender of cinemas, the actor insists with a text on the extraordinary films there will be to discover, without even mentioning his Mission Impossible 7. Since June 21, there have been many extraordinary films to see in theaters. Congratulations, Harrison Ford, on the 40th anniversary of Indy, one of history’s most iconic characters. I love the double bill, and it doesn’t get more explosive (or pinker) than this with Oppenheimer and Barbie. Tom Cruise’s comedic stunt paid off, as the Twitter accounts of these films and the studios responded with, for the most part, an obvious reference to Mission Impossible 7. Like Barbie, who joked that the heroine also does her own stunts.
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