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Tom Cruise takes to the red carpet in New York City for the premiere of “Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One”

NEW YORK — Star power was in New York City Monday night when Tom Cruise came to town to promote his new movie “Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One.”

Cruise said he’s excited about this big summer release.

“I like entertaining people,” said the action star.

The world’s greatest movie star took to the red carpet at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater to open his seventh “Mission: Impossible” film. Cruise said in this, well, maybe they did it themselves. So what can fans expect?

“A great cinematic experience, incredible visuals, sound characters, a great cast. The cast is incredible — a very immersive cinematic experience,” said Cruise.

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Cruise, who turned 61 on July 3, does all of his own stunts, including car chases, skydiving, and then, well, he just rides a motorcycle off a cliff.

“I just think about the story. I think about, you know, the adventure of doing something like that and finding a way – not just the stunt, but how we film it. How can we engage an audience and put them on point of your seat. That’s what we want to do,” Cruise said.

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His co-stars said they could barely see Cruise during the life-threatening stunts.

“To see Tom do these stunts in person, it’s one thing to see it on screen, but it’s another thing to see it in person, and hope you’re still alive?” said Greg Tarzan Davis.

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Cruise blew up the box office last summer with his mega-hit “Top Gun: Maverick,” so what motivates him to keep coming back for more?

“I’m a fan of movies first and foremost, and I’ve wanted to make movies all my life and it’s a privilege, and that’s why I’m doing it. I want people to have a great summer. I want to have a great time at the cinema,” Cruise said.

The film will go into wide release on Wednesday.

And if that wasn’t enough, “Dead Reckoning Part Two” will hit theaters in June.

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“Mission: Impossible” is distributed by Paramount, the parent company of CBS New York.

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