See How Tom Cruise Screened Top Gun: Maverick For Some Lucky Fans After Delays And Delays

Top Gun: Maverick’s Tom Cruise has been dominating the film industry since the 1980s. As dominant as the Mission: Impossible star is, he still has time to show why he’s regarded as one of Hollywood’s nicest guys. The Ohio State University marching band found that out firsthand after he invited the renowned band to a screening of the Top Gun sequel, becoming on of the first groups to catch the movie following delays. Of course, their reaction was priceless.

The Top Gun: Maverick star has one of the biggest hearts in Hollywood. He will do anything to show love and appreciation to his fans, including once screening an  M:I movie on the top of a cliff. Of course, this special screening of the Top Gun sequel would be no different. The Ohio State band came up on his radar for a special tribute, so Cruise wanted to reward them. In fact, the moment was captured on Twitter as marching band director Christopher Hoch delivered Cruise’s special message to the group.

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