Veteran and Aviation pages across social media are going crazy over viral post that Tom Cruise Allegedly acted arrogant toward Naval Service members while filming Top Gun: Maverick.
The Scientology Money Project writes that Tom Cruise is filming Top Gun 2 on the USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), a US Nimitz class supercarrier. The crew has been ordered to not look at Tom Cruise or to talk to him.
The following Facebook screenshots are from numerous US Navy members on board the USS Theodore Roosevelt who expressed their dislike about the behavior of Tom Cruise while filming Top Gun Sequel.
Facebook screenshots from numerous US Navy members on the USS Theodore Roosevelt expressed their dislike of the behavior of Tom Cruise while filming Top Gun: Maverick. You can see them below:
NBC7 Reports however that accusations about actor Tom Cruise disrespecting crew members aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt were unfounded, Navy officials told NBC 7.
“Tom Cruise and the cast were nothing but gracious and professional during filming to all of the sailors,” the official told NBC 7.
At the captain’s “all hands on deck” call Friday, Cruise took the microphone and personally thanked the crew for their support of the film, the official said.
“Some sailors may have misinterpreted guidance from the Navy that told sailors to not approach actors while filming and not use cell phones on the set,” the official said.
A Navy master chief told NBC 7 servicemembers were directed to “respect” Cruise and his crew during the movie’s filming and that he doesn’t believe this was an issue.
He also said the Navy “does not tolerate any disrespect to its members” and the Navy “wouldn’t allow” Cruise to treat staff poorly.
Navy escorts who accompanied Cruise during the shoot said, “At no time did Tom Cruise say to a sailor, ‘Do not…
Is the Navy telling the truth or is leadership trying to cover it up to make themselves look good? If any of our followers are on board the TR we’d like to hear your thoughts on the situation.