After named as the Most Powerful Celebrity by Forbes magazine, the sensational Tom Cruise is seeking chances to be powerful enough to take Tokyo's hectic traffic at night. Cruise, on a news conference during the "Mission: Impossible 3" premiere in Japan, is targeting the night traffic for one whole week as a part in the "would forever remember" movie scene for his new untitled movie project.
The "Last Samurai" star and producer has even met Japan's Transport Minister, Kazuo Kitagawa, who supports his plan and acknowledges it as a way of promoting the country. It seems Cruise has been very much determined indeed, especially after his chartering the 1,300 seat famous shinkansen, Japanese bullet train last Wednesday to take his 150 fans for a Tokyo-Osaka trip as a form of the movie publication. Mission: Impossible 3 will be released in Japan on July 8, 2006.
His eyeing on the city, apparently, has existed in the location list for "Mission: Impossible 3". The set was decided to be in Shanghai, though, since he found a more perfect building for the movie's sequence.
The mission appears not to be impossible for this Japan-enthusiast, then, if Tokyo's public could accept the Cruise's taking the night traffic control.