Tom Cruise has expressed his enthusiasm for teaming up with Scarlett Johansson following her recent comments expressing a desire to work with him on future projects.
Johansson, known for her roles in the Marvel Universe and her latest project, Asteroid City, has worked alongside many A-list actors. However, one name she still hopes to add to her list is Tom Cruise. At the New York premiere of Asteroid City, Johansson revealed her desire to work with Cruise alongside her current co-stars in Wes Anderson’s upcoming film.
Tom Cruise Reacts to Scarlett Johansson Wanting to Make Movie With Him
During an interview with ET’s Nischelle Turner in Rome, where Cruise promoted his latest film, Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One, Cruise shared his admiration for Johansson and his willingness to collaborate with her.
Cruise reciprocates Johansson’s interest, saying, “There’s a great actress and a movie star. … Oh, yeah it’s gonna happen. Absolutely. I’ve watched her career her whole life. She’s enormously talented. Very charismatic. It’d be fun. She can do everything. She can do comedy, drama, action, suspense. She’s someone that really draws you in on the screen and on camera, so absolutely it’s gonna happen.”
With a busy schedule, Cruise is filming the sequel to Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part Two and has several other projects in the pipeline. Despite his workload, Cruise expresses his love for working on multiple projects simultaneously and his passion for the film industry.
“I like working on several things. It’s like, ‘Now we only have one film to make. There was a time when we were doing Top Gun and Mission: Impossible… now we only have one movie,” Cruise shared. He emphasized his dedication to his craft, explaining that making movies is what he loves and considers it a privilege.
As Cruise continues to pursue his projects, collaborating with Johansson remains an exciting prospect. Fans of both actors can look forward to potential future endeavors that showcase their undeniable talent and on-screen chemistry.