Tom Cruise landed by helicopter in the garden of a British family in a scene that is part of the new film of the “Mission Impossible” franchise, reports BBC. The owner of the house stated that she did not know that it was about the American actor until he got out of the aircraft.
The 59-year-old actor used Alison Webb’s property to film one of the scenes after the owner of the location was notified that a celebrity – whose name was not disclosed – would land here as the airfield in Coventry is temporarily closed.
As a thank you, Tom Cruise allowed Webb’s sons to take a helicopter tour, after the actor took many pictures with the British family.
Speaking to the BBC, Alison Webb said she thought it was “cool” for her sons to watch the helicopter land in the family’s garden, an experience she described as “surreal”.
“After he got out of the helicopter, he approached the children to talk to them. He greeted us and thanked us,” Ms. Webb said.
The British media also revealed that Tom Cruise had lunch at an Indian restaurant in Birmingham, where he ate chicken Tikka Massala and left a £ 60 tip to local employees.