Tom Cruise Appears in Marvel Trailer Rumors and His Top 5 Movies to Watch!

We recently saw Tom Cruise in the trailer of Doctor Strange 2, however, it is still a secret will we see him in the movie or not. The upcoming sequel of the Marvel movie Dr. Strange was released in 2016. In addition to the multi-person building, the most exciting part of the upcoming movie of legendary heroes is that fans will be able to see the new characters.

Recently, fans watching Eagle got a glimpse of Tom Cruise’s Iron Man in a recently released trailer. Well, as there is no official information on the same, the rumor continues!

Despite the doubts, let’s take a look at some of Tom Cruise’s best films-


Valkyrie is a 2008 thriller political war film, directed by Bryan Singer and written by Christopher McCurry and Nathan Alexander. The film is set in Germany during World War II and follows Operation Valkyrie’s emergency plan by German military officers to control the country to assassinate Adolf on July 20, 1944.

The film was released by United States Studios United Artists and starred Tom Cruise as Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg, one of the most influential composers of all time. Its cast includes Kenneth Branagh, Bill Niegi, Eddie Izzard, Terrence Stamp, and Tom Wilkinson.

Cruz’s performance sparked a rift between German politicians and von Stauffenberg family members over the character’s scientific study, which is suspected in Germany. Because of this, filmmakers initially had difficulty setting up recording studios in Germany, but later gained access to places such as the historic Berlin ‘Bandler ‌ block.

German newspapers and filmmakers supported the film and its aim was to spread global awareness of von Stauffenberg’s plot.

Mission: Impossible

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Mission: Impossible is a 1996 American spy film directed by Brian de Palma and produced and starring Tom Cruise. A sequel to both the original television series of the same name and its sequel series (and set six years after the events of the latest episode), the film is the first part of the Mission: Impossible series.

The plot follows his role in locating ‘The Mole’, who has accused Ethan Hunt of killing his Impossible Mission Force (IMF) team.

Script work began with filmmaker Sidney Pollack before offering De Palma, Steven Jillian, David Coype, and Robert Town. Purpose: Impossible to shoot without script: De Palma devised a sequence of actions. But Coupe and Towns were not satisfied with the story that led to those events.

The Last Samurai

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The Last Samurai is a 2003 film written and directed by Edward Zwick, who co-wrote the screenplay with John Logan and Marshall Herskowitz for the story created. The film stars Tom Cruise in supporting roles of Timothy Spall, Ken Watanabe, Billy Connolly, Tony Goldwin, Hiroyuki Sanada, Koyuki, and Shin Koyamada.

Tom Cruise played the United States captain of the 7th Cavalry Regiment, and his personal and emotional struggles led to the confrontation with samurai heroes after the 19th-century Japanese occupation of Meiji.

The plot of the film is inspired by the Satsuma Rebellion of 1877, led by Saigo Takamori, as well as the creation of the western part of Japan by foreign powers, but the film portrays the United States as a major force behind Westernization.

It was also influenced by the news of Frederick Townsend Ward, an American soldier who had assisted French Army Captain Jules Brunet, who had fought alongside Enomoto Takie in the previous Boshin War, and the Western Chinese forces in establishing the Ever Victorian Army.

War of the Worlds

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War of the Worlds is a 2005 American sci-fi film directed by Steven Spielberg and written by Josh Friedman and David Coupe in 1898 by H.G. Based on a novel by Wells and co-produced by Amblin Entertainment and Cruise / Wagner Productions.

Lead roles were played by Morgan Freeman, Tom Cruise, and Dakota Fanning and supporting roles by Justin Chatwin, Miranda Otto, and Tim Robbins.

The film follows an American port worker who has to look after his children living separately while he fights to protect himself and his mother from aliens invading Earth. And massacre cities with military equipment.

Edge of Tomorrow


Edge of Tomorrow is a 2014 American fiction film starring Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt, Bill Paxton, and Brendan Gleeson. Directed by Doug Lyman with a screenplay by Christopher McQuary and co-written by jazz and John-Henry Butterworth, the story is based on Hiroshi Sakurajaka’s 2004 Japanese novel All You Need Is Kill.

The film takes place in the future where most of Europe is filled with foreign nationals. Major William Cage (Cruise), a civil war officer with little combat experience, is forced by his superiors to take part in an anti-alien campaign and faces a time loop trying to find a way to defeat the invaders.

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