Tom Cruise Maybe, OK Not Really, Almost Hit By Bus
The actor was sort of close to being hit by a bus in London, but the best part is the media overreaction, puns included.
Tom Cruise … NEARLY KILLED!!!!
Or, you know. Tom Cruise looking both ways when crossing a street and having the time to make a sensible decision to get out of the way of a bus that was several feet away from him.
“He does all these high-flying movie stunts.”
“He’s famous for doing his own stunts.”
Did the actor forget his stunt training?
Or as this site pointed out, forget he’s not in America??
And — there have to be puns. Risky Business???
“We all know it’s Mission Impossible sometimes crossing the streets in London,” said Natalie Morales.
As The Hollywood Reporter put it: “Crosswalks prove a mission impossible for Cruise.”
What, nobody could make a “Vanilla Sky” joke?
Look, yes, in England, the traffic flow can confuse Americans.
But ... nearly flattened?
In other headline news — Katie Holmes’ ex “mingled with a pedestrian” after the incident.
So … spoke to another human.
Next — they’ll go grab a “Cocktail” together.
Meet the woman who turned finishing puzzles into her whole career
Some of her videos on YouTube have more than a million views.By Karen Puzzles YouTube
'I could have been dead': Connor McGregor hit by car while riding bike
McGregor claimed that a driver was blinded by the sun when he crashed into him.By Evan Agostini / Invision via AP
Britney Spears addresses fans after police are called to her home
The pop star is asking fans to respect her privacy after police conducted a welfare check based on "prank phone calls."By Jordan Strauss / Invision / AP
Eagles soar into Super Bowl, rout 49ers for NFC title
The Eagles won the Super Bowl five years ago with a different coach and quarterback.By Matt Slocum / AP
SCORPION Unit disband could change citizens perception of police dept.
The SCORPION Unit was supposed to reduce crime in Memphis residential hot spots.By Gerald Herbert / AP
Memphis residents express outrage at memorial for Tyre Nichols
One neighbor — a retired police officer of 40 years — said the Memphis Police Department has gone downhill.By Scripps News