Yes, Surrey, Tom Cruise is here.
Cruise’s UK commute allegedly disrupted filming of BBC drama Call the Midwife, star Jenny Agutter claims in a new interview.
The 69-year-old actress told the Mirror: “Tom Cruise landed his helicopter outside where we were filming and kept sabotaging our shoots.”
The “Top Gun” star, who holds a pilot’s license, reportedly flew a helicopter over the “Midwife” set in Surrey, England, causing quite a commotion when the cast tried to film the scene. Cruise appears to be in town filming “Mission: Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part II.”
Representatives for Cruise did not immediately respond to Post’s request for comment. Agutter, who plays Sister Julienne, was asked if she would talk to Cruise about his allegedly rude machete habit.
“As I do! Imagine. ‘Sorry, Tom, but look, we’re trying to shoot. I don’t know about you, just get your helicopter out of here fast!'” she quipped.
Cruise is no stranger to the skies. In fact, he’s so agile in the air that he’s known for performing his own stunts in the “Top Gun” movies.
“I always thought there was something I could do, and I wanted to push the art form. I thought, ‘How can I immerse the audience in the film with this kind of motion? How can I entertain them? What can I do?'” the The 60-year-old actor spoke at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, detailing his obsession with adventure.
The daredevil even landed his own helicopter on the latest Mission: Impossible set earlier this year and flew himself to the premiere of Top Gun: Maverick.
As if Earth’s vanilla skies weren’t enough for Cruise, he’s aiming to be the first actor to film a movie in outer space — with the goal of filming on the International Space Station.
“I think Tom Cruise is taking us into space, he’s taking the world into space,” Universal Filmed Entertainment chairman Donna Langley said, according to BBC News. “That’s the plan. We’re developing it with Tom. A great project … to take the rocket to the space station and launch it.”