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Tom Cruise acts out his entire film career in just nine minutes – watch now!

Gemma Strong

Tom Cruise replayed his entire movie career in a single take during an appearance on The Late Late Show this week – and it was everything! The 54-year-old Hollywood star, along with his host James Corden, covered everything from classics like Top Gun, Cocktail, Risky Business and Rain Man through to Tom's comedic cameo in Tropic Thunder.

The pair also managed to recreate scenes from all of the Mission Impossible films, A Few Good Men as well as the famous 'Show Me The Money' scene from Jerry Maguire – which featured a very special appearance from Tom's co-star Cuba Gooding Jr.

Tom Cruise replays film career with James Corden on The Late Late ShowVIEW GALLERY

Tom Cruise replayed his movie career in less than 10 minutes during an appearance on The Late Late Show

Tom is currently on the promotional trail with his new movie, action thriller Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, which hits cinemas this week. It sees the star reprise his role to help uncover the truth behind a major government conspiracy in order to clear the name of colleague Susan Turner, played by Cobie Smulders.

But it was another one of Tom's movies that made headlines on Tuesday. During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Tom delighted fans with the news that he has is open to making a Top Gun sequel – 30 years after the release of the original film. And he even revealed that he has discussed the idea with producer Jerry Bruckheimer.


The star and host James Corden took on films including Mission Impossible and Cocktail

"Jerry and I were talking about it. It's just got to be right. That's all," said Tom, who played pilot Maverick. "We've just got to figure it out."

Tom also shared a few secrets from Top Gun in the interview, while joking that he likes to watch the movie "every day, very morning".

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Tom has revealed he is open to reprising his role as Maverick in a Top Gun sequel

He revealed that he had been so desperate to learn how to fly that he managed to trick Jerry into letting him train with the Blue Angels – the American equivalent of the Red Arrows – for the role.

"I told my agent, 'I'm going to make this movie, but don't tell Jerry I want to make this movie, because I want to fly with the Blue Angels'," he explained. "You've got work these things, you know? I'm a businessman. Also, I said, 'I want to fly the F-14. I've got to have at least three flights in the F-14. I want all the training.'"

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