Tom Cruise is unquestionably one of Hollywood’s most recognizable actors in the industry. Tom’s much anticipated sequel to Top Gun will soon hit the theaters and fans can’t hold in their excitement. Recently, Tom made a head turning entrance to the film’s premiere.

Tom arrived at the premiere aboard USS Midway in San Diego via a helicopter that he piloted himself. Upon slowly descending the aircraft, the Mission: Impossible star waved to a sea of his fans that recorded him expertly landing a black helicopter, which read, “Tom Cruise Top Gun: Maverick.” 

While walking toward the red carpet the dad-of-three flashed a bright smile before going to mingle with Jennifer Connelly, Monica Barbaro and Miles Teller. He rocked a pair of black Ray-Ban Aviator sunglasses with silver frames. Cruise earned his pilot license 28 years ago and, over the years, has performed some dangerous stunts for some of his movies, including spinning a helicopter around while diving down over a waterfall.

Meanwhile, for the occasion, Teller wore a blue suit, matching tie, white dress shirt and black loafers and Jennifer Connelly dazzled in a stunning gold gown, which hugged every inch of her toned figure. Tom’s wife Keleigh Sperry attended with him in a sparkly silver tulle dress with matching pumps.

Connelly, who reprised her role as Penny Benjamin in Top Gun: Maverick’s hit 1980s predecessor, looked thrilled to catch up with her costars ahead of the release of their film’s release on May 27.  The forthcoming movie has been in the works for several years and it is currently set to have its world premiere later this month. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more updates.

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Shubham Banerjee

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