Tom Cruise and Scarlett Johansson are both excited about the possibility of working together on a film project. During the Rome premiere of his latest movie, Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One, the 60-year-old actor said that he is “absolutely” interested in collaborating with the 38-year-old Avengers actress. Johansson also expressed her desire to work with Cruise during an interview for her new Wes Anderson-directed film, Asteroid City. She mentioned that Cruise is the last major star she dreams of sharing the screen with and hopes someone will pitch a film idea featuring the two. Luckily for her, Cruise confirmed that he is open to collaborating when it comes time for him to lead a film premiere.
Tom Cruise expressed his desire to collaborate with Scarlett Johansson in the future, calling it destiny. The 60-year-old actor made this statement during the premiere of Mission: Impossible 7 in Rome. Scarlett, who is 38 years old, had previously stated that Tom was the only significant celebrity she hadn’t worked with yet at the Asteroid City Premiere.
Tom Cruise expressed his admiration for Scarlett Johansson, describing her as an amazing actress and movie star. When asked if he thought they could work together on screen, he confidently responded that it would happen. Cruise went on to praise Johansson’s talent and charisma, stating that she is capable of delivering exceptional performances in various genres. He also shared his passion for making films that captivate and engage audiences, adding that he has always wanted to travel the world and create entertaining experiences for viewers. Cruise’s excitement for new projects follows positive feedback for Mission: Impossible 7 from critics and social media influencers who saw the film early.
I must say, I’ve followed her professional journey since the beginning and she’s incredibly gifted and has a magnetic personality,” he exclaimed with a thumbs up. “It would be an enjoyable experience.” The actor from Minority Report also pointed out that Johansson possesses an exceptional range of abilities. This is apparent in her performance in Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One.
Scarlett Johansson’s performance in Wes Anderson’s latest comedy Asteroid City has been garnering significant praise from critics. The film, which stars Johansson alongside Jason Schwartzman, has been receiving positive reviews and has proven to be a hit with audiences. In its limited release, the film grossed an impressive $890K in just four days, with a per-theater average of $148,901 – a record since the start of the pandemic. Distributed by Focus Features, the film’s success is also credited with having the best per-theater average since 2016’s La La Land.