Tom Cruise will not allow anyone to run on screen with him, according to Annabelle Wallis.
The actress, who starred opposite Cruise in the 2017 “Mummy”, told the Hollywood Reporter that when it comes to the actor hitting his steps, it’s a one-man show.
“I was executed with him on screen, but he told me not at first. He said: ‘No one comes on screen. [with me], “and I said, ‘But I’m a really good runner,'” Wallis explained. “So, I would look for the right treadmill time for him to come in and see me running. And then he added all these directional scenes. That’s how it was.”
Wallis, 35, went on to explain that she facilitated the rare opportunity.
“It was, like, better than an Oscar. I was so happy! I was so happy I was executed on screen with Tom Cruise,” she said.
Wallis’ discovery is not surprising, as the action star has a reputation for doing his stunts. For the 2018 Cruise “Mission: Impossible – Fall”, he performed a HALO (low-altitude, low-altitude) jump, which required a 25,000-meter turn with a parachute opening under 3,000 feet, among several other feats. of the jaw.
In May, NASA confirmed that he was fit to make a film in space.