Tom Cruise puts his buff biceps on display as he hangs with Gordon Ramsay and Lewis Hamilton’s family at the British Grand Prix on his 60th birthday
Tom Cruise celebrated his 60th birthday at the British Grand Prix on Sunday.
The Top Gun star, 60, put his buff biceps front and center in a grey shirt as he made his way onto the grid at Silverstone, Britain.
Birthday boy! Tom Cruise celebrated his 60th birthday at the British Grand Prix on Sunday
The star wore aviator style shades and black slacks for the occasion.
All eyes were on the Risky Business star as he strolled through the lot surrounded by his entourage.
Eventually, he made his way to Lewis Hamilton’s family.
The actor chatted with Lewis’ father Anthony Hamilton as the race car driver’s younger brother Nicolas stood close by.
All eyes on him! Even amid the action-packed event, Cruise commanded attention
Throwing shade! He wore his trademark pair of aviator style sunnies
Start your engines! Cruise chatted with Lewis Hamilton’s father Anthony Hamilton
Tom also chatted with Gordon Ramsay, who couldn’t have looked any happier to talk with the A-lister.
In the run-up to his 60th birthday, Tom has made precious few concessions to his age, continuing to star in a string of action movies.
During a recent press conference at Cannes when he was asked why he still does his own stunts, he retorted: ‘Would you ask Gene Kelly why he does all his own dancing?’
Brotherly love: Lewis’ brother Nicolas stood nearby as his father chatted with the Hollywood star
What’s up! Cruise also chatted with Gordon Ramsay
All good! Ramsay looked delighted to be chatting with the Hollywood icon
At the moment he is basking in the triumph of Top Gun: Maverick, which became only the second movie to make over $1 billion since the pandemic took off.
The movie is also the highest-grossing of Tom’s career, and the first of his films to achieve the $1 billion mark at the global box office.
Tom features amid a cast of newer sex symbols like Miles Teller and Glen Powell, but the film also briefly reunites him with Val Kilmer, who played his rival in the original.
One of the subplots involves his character reigniting his romance with an old flame played by Jennifer Connelly, who in real life was 15 when the first film came out.
Tom’s female co-stars from the original movie, Kelly McGillis and Meg Ryan, were not hired back to act in the sequel.
Back in 2019 Kelly, who got sober and withdrew from Hollywood years ago, candidly discussed not being asked back for Top Gun: Maverick.
‘I’m old and I’m fat and I look age-appropriate for what my age is, and that is not what that whole scene is about,’ she remarked to Entertainment Tonight.
Box office sensation! At the moment he is basking in the triumph of Top Gun: Maverick, which became only the second movie to make over $1 billion since the pandemic took off