Tom Cruise has ‘his fingers & toes crossed’ to get an Oscar for ‘Prime Gun: Maverick’

Tom Cruise actually needs to win an Academy Award this time for his hotly launched film Prime Gun: Maverick.

The Mission Not possible star has put his relationship life on a pause after his rekindled romance with Hayley Atwell didn’t work out because the actor solely need to concentrate on his movies.

An insider spilled to Star journal as reported by OK! Journal, “Tom’s been consumed by the Prime Gun sequel and Mission: Not possible.”

“He considers the flicks to be modern-day masterpieces and he is thrown himself into making them,” the insider added.

Talking of his relationship with Atwell, the supply mentioned, “They did have an excellent factor going however it needed to take a again seat as a result of the film got here first.”

“Tom absolutely believes the proper individual is on the market for him someplace. However the reality is it hasn’t been a precedence,” the supply added.

“The film being a smash hit has given Tom some closure and interior peace,” the insider mentioned of the Prime Gun sequel’s large success. “There was a lot driving on it.”

“Tom’s received his fingers and toes crossed that he’ll lastly get an Oscar,” the insider revealed. “That will actually be the icing on the cake.”

Cruise has by no means received an Oscar though he was nominated for it thrice in his profession; within the class of greatest actor for Born on the Fourth of July and Jerry Maguire and for Finest Supporting Actor for Magnolia.

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