Actor Jake Johnson says he was "pleasantly" surprised how fun it was to work with Hollywood star Tom Cruise on the sets of the film "The Mummy".
The 39-year-old actor says he had known about the "Top Gun" actor's passion for doing his stunts on his own but it was an eye-opener to see him as a magnetic person in real life, reported Collider.Com.
"I had read a lot about Tom Cruise and his methods - in terms of doing his own stunts and his intensity. I was really pleasantly surprised about how fun Tom was to work with and what an electric charge you get from him, and how much he loves movies and how much that actually rubs off. He makes you feel like you're a kid again," says Johnson.
The duo starred together in the Alex Kurtzman-directed film, along with Annabelle Wallis, Sofia Boutella, Courtney B Vance, Marwan Kenzari and Russell Crowe.
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