Video: Andrew McCutchen Impersonates Tom Cruise in His Famous Movie Roles


Video: Andrew McCutchen Impersonates Tom Cruise in His Famous Movie Roles
The center fielder of the Pittsburgh Pirates reenacts Cruise's dancing scene from 'Risky Business' and his singing scene from 'Top Gun' among others.


Andrew McCutchen helps give more publicity to Tom Cruise's latest movie "Jack Reacher" by impersonating the actor in some of his famous movie roles. Still donning his Pittsburgh Pirates uniform, the Major League Baseball (MLB) player reenacts scenes from some of the actor's famous movies.

Opening the video by noting that Cruise's Jack Reacher uses a Pittsburgh Pirates cap as a disguise, he introduces "The History of Tom Cruise" starring himself. The center fielder then breaks into a dancing scene to impersonate Cruise in "Risky Business". He yells, "Show me the money!" to reenact a scene from "Jerry Maguire".

Taking on a scene from "A Few Good Men", McCutchen shouts, "Did you order the Code Red?!" He also sports a blonde wig and fake blood to impersonate Cruise in "Interview with the Vampire", sings "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" to reenact scene from "Top Gun", and portrays a bartender to take on a "Cocktail" scene.



© AceShowbiz.com


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