On Saturday, Tom Cruise put on a pretty dapper performance while out having fun at a private members’ club in London.
The 60-year-old action hero loved his time at The Twenty Two after he and his friend Heather McQuarrie watched the women’s singles final match on day 13 of Wimbledon, which featured Ons Jabeur of Tunisia vs Eena Rybakina of Kazakhstan.
As they went out in the evening, the pair changed from their daytime attire to their evening attire.
The Top Gun actor wore a deep navy suit and a blue-and-white tie to look as dapper as ever.
He smiled for the cameras, wearing a healthy tan in the summer, and put on a pair of black leather shoes.
Tom wore his trademark tousled hairstyle and showed off his healthy chestnut locks.
Elsewhere Heather, whose husband is the director Christopher McQuarrie, looked elegant in a blue dress with puffy sleeves and polka dots. She chose a natural makeup look to draw attention to her flawless face.
She carried a dark periwinkle clutch while sporting a tight bun in her silver hair.
The celebrity walked with Tom to their intended destination while wearing some beige-colored heels to heighten their appearance.
As part of his illustrious film career, the stunt aficionado is about to go on a new first: the actor has been granted the highly uncommon opportunity to film inside Westminster Abbey in London for Mission: Impossible 8.
The Hollywood powerhouse will be back in the UK capital to shoot sequences inside the historic building for the newest installment in the franchise.
Nothing but the biggest and greatest will do [for Tom], a movie source told The Sun.
Therefore, Westminster Abbey was the only choice when he decided to shoot inside a church for the upcoming Mission movie. They almost seldom agree to requests, so it’s a huge compliment to Tom and the production crew when they do.
“It will create an excellent shooting location and establishes the scale of this movie.” Of course, the budget is huge, but the goals are much greater.
At the time, MailOnline contacted Westminster Abbey and Paramount Pictures for comments.
It follows the postponement of Mission: Impossible 7 and 8 at the beginning of the year because of issues with Covid.
The seventh installment of the action series, which was initially scheduled for release in July 2021, was later delayed twice, first to May of this year and then again to September 30.
However, because to the coronavirus pandemic’s effects on production, Paramount Pictures and Skydance have stated that the movie would now not be released in theaters until July 14, 2023.
The eighth movie, which was supposed to come out in July of this year, will now be released on July 28, 2024.
‘After considerable deliberation, Paramount Pictures and Skydance have chosen to postpone the release dates for Mission: Impossible 7 & 8, in response to delays owing to the ongoing pandemic,’ the companies stated in a joint statement.
We’re excited to give moviegoers a truly exceptional theatre experience.