Tom Cruise takes arrows

Play Tom Cruise Darts game.

The 59-year-old actor lived in England while filming the seventh and eighth Mission: Impossible films – which were delayed by a series of production delays due to the coronavirus pandemic – and embraced the popular pub hobby when he was not working.

A source told The Sun: “Tom would really like to be in Britain this time, even if the shooting was a nightmare.

Perhaps the dart board was the natural next step as he turned into an honorary Englishman.

“He knows darts is a staple in British pubs and he loved going there.”

The ‘cocktail’ star lives in Kent but is currently believed to be on vacation in Cornwall and has been seen in the crowd at both Wimbledon and Euro 2020 in Wembley in recent weeks.

Before England’s match against Italy in the football final – in which they later lost on penalties – Tom called the team to wish him well.

Captain Harry Kane previously revealed: “We’ve already called Tom Cruise, you get everyone who loves football.”

“We were lucky enough to see one of his movies, so I think he was here in the UK and he just called us and did a FaceTime just to wish us the best of the bunch, so that was nice of him.

“Most people in the world love football, so it’s great to have all this support not only in England but all over the world.”

Tom celebrated his 59th birthday by hosting a monitoring party for England’s fifth team from Ukraine in the quarter-finals of the tournament.

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A source said at the time: Tom Cruise celebrated his birthday by watching England beat Ukraine at Euro 2020.

The 59-year-old actor celebrated his big day on Saturday (07.03.21) with a party at his home in Biggin Hill in southeast England where Tom and his friends sat down to enjoy the game.

A source told The Sun: “The nation is mired in football fever and Tom is no exception: he was arrested. He turned 59 on Saturday and had teammates to watch the big game as his way of celebrating. The result obviously made things better.” .

“He’s American, but has spent a lot of time here and has an English heritage. Tom recently moved into this new home, which looks practically out of the country. He sees it as a rustic hole in the rock, away from the hustle and bustle of London where it used to be.”

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