Say What You Will About Scientology But This Video Proves Tom Cruise Can Drive


Who knew Cruise could drift?

The Mission Impossible franchise isn’t quite as classy or historically significant as the James Bond series, but damn it if all of the movies in it aren’t fun as hell. The latest installment, “Mission Impossible: - Rogue Nation,” comes out this Friday. Before you run off to see it, you need to watch this video starring Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg and the BMW M3. Actually, Cruise and the M3 are the stars. Pegg is just comic relief.

It's a behind the scenes look at Cruise tearing through the streets of Casablanca, Morocco. Cruise does his own stunts when possible and is seriously one hell of a driver. Your move, Daniel Craig.

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