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Tom Cruise Planning a Les Grossman Movie

June 8, 2010 (4:43 am) GMT
After appearing as his 'Tropic Thunder' character at 2010 MTV Movie Awards, Cruise says he wants to make a movie about the executive producer.
Tom Cruise Planning a Les Grossman Movie

At the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, appeared as Les Grossman and joined on the stage. Probably inspired by the success of the stunt, the actor has planned to make a movie based on the said character as he told E! Online backstage, "We're working on it. Yup, we're working on it."

Though it is not known whether or not Cruise was joking about making a new project focusing on the "" character, his appearance at the June 6 ceremony got warm reception. The "Mission Impossible" star additionally reprised his role of Grossman in a skit which opened the show and several promo videos for the same event.

Les Grossman is a fictional character which first appeared in 2008 movie "Tropic Thunder" starring , and . In the satire comedy, he is described as a foul-mouthed and hot-headed filmmaker who is executive producing a faux Vietnam War film.

Tom Cruise, in the meantime, is set to reprise his famous role of Ethan Hunt in "Mission: Impossible IV" which will be directed by Brad Bird. But before the fourth installment of the action movie franchise comes out in 2011, he can be seen playing alongside in "" which is due June 23 in the U.S.

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