Tom Cruise won a big honor


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Hollywood star Tom Cruise has won great honors for his brilliant film career.

Tom Cruise has been honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Producers Guild of America Awards.

Speakers at the awards ceremony also thanked the actor for reviving the business of the film industry hit by the coronavirus pandemic by releasing blockbuster films like ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ last summer.

Tom Cruise, accepting his ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’, praised the work of all TV and film producers.

“I know what it takes to do what you do, it’s not just luck, you have to make your own luck and I want to tell you all that,” he said. I am always here for you all.

“I will continue to do my best to contribute and help the industry and the art because I love it,” he added.

Remember that 60-year-old Tom Cruise gained fame from the film ‘Risky Business’, ‘Cocktail’, ‘A Few Good Men’ and many other such films.

The actor has also produced several blockbuster films for the film industry, including ‘Vanilla Sky’, ‘The Last Samurai’, ‘Mission: Impossible’ and ‘Maverick’, which grossed around $1.5 billion worldwide. have earned

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