Tom Cruise shares charming video of himself touring London in a taxi while wearing a face mask as he sneaks into a busy cinema to watch the movie Tenet. Tom starts his video by driving past Buckingham Palace where a group of fans on bicycles recognise him.
Seeing the funny side, the actor jokes to the camera: ‘How does that happen? I’m wearing a mask!’
Tom then pulls up to a cinema, where he poses in front of the Tenet film poster, he says: ‘Here we are… back to the movies!’
The video then sees the Hollywood star sitting in the movie theatre while wearing his mask surrounded by other cinema-goers.
After watching a special screening of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, a clapping Tom stands up and says: ‘Great to be back in a movie theatre everybody. I loved it!’
He cryptically captioned the video with: ‘Big movie. Big screen. Loved it.’
It comes after Tom looked cool and in control as he landed his helicopter at Battersea Heliport on Monday.
Last month, the Hollywood star was spotted landing a helicopter on Richmond golf course, much to the surprise of its members. The movie star recently resumed filming on Mission Impossible 7 and 8 at the Warner Bros Studios, Leavesden, in Hertfordshire.
Filming could start back up after the British government gave the green light for production due to filmmakers being exempt from certain quarantine rules.
Tom reportedly discussed filming logistics with Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden on a video chat.
The government said it will publish guidance allowing ‘small numbers’ of essential cast and crew to travel to the UK without having to quarantine for 14 days.
‘The world’s biggest blockbusters and high-end TV shows are made in Britain,’ Dowden explained, nodding to the seventh and eighth installments of the hit spy films being shot in Hertfordshire.
He said: ‘Our creativity, expertise and highly successful tax reliefs for our screen industries means that we are an in demand location that in turn delivers a great return for our economy.
‘We want the industry to bounce back and exempting small numbers of essential cast and crew from quarantine is part of our continued commitment to getting cameras rolling safely again,’ the British politician noted.
Adrian Wootton, chief executive of the British Film Commission, added that the news was a ‘clear recognition of the importance of the film and high-end TV inward investment sector to the UK’s economy.’