The internet has become obsessed with Tom Cruise’s butt because it is well a lot to take in. It’s so big and meaty that many were questioning whether it was real or a prosthetic.
Others were questioning whether Tom Cruise got a Brazillian butt implant for the scene.
One Twitter user by the name of ‘Alan Hanson’ first noticed the large ‘but’ firm derriere on the A-list star.
Interestingly enough his profile name is @iluvbutts247. Or he loves butts seven days a week and 24-hours per day. Given this connoisseur love for butts, it’s no doubt he noticed the one on Tom Cruise in the 2008 film ‘Valkyrie.’
Well, Keats never specified whether he loves women’s butts or men’s butts, but we know he looks at Cruise’s large round firm globes.
The tweet went viral with 17,000 plus retweets and 67,000 likes since it was posted.
But Cruise wanted to put all the prosthetic ass rumors ‘behind’ him. Cruise who was promoting his new movie a true crime thriller “American Made,” promises that his real firm buttcheeks appear in the film.
Here is a shot of Cruise where his butt doesn’t seem nearly as significant as in ‘Valkyrie.’
Granted the picture above is at a different angle, but here’s another one from behind.
So all will get a chance to judge for themselves, but Cruise promises that he didn’t have a body double for the butt shots in his latest flick.
But as for ‘Valkyrie’ Cruise says no way. He reiterated that it was all natural, just what mother nature gave him.
“I have no idea,” … “There was no prosthetic in Valkyrie. No.” Cruise in Interview with Screenrant
Cruise acted as he was unaware of the internet joke, finding the idea of a fake butt debate humorous.
As for his new movie “American Made,” it was a running gag where Cruise’s character keeps mooning his family as he takes on more and more dangerous assignments.
When Cruise was asked again about those bottom scenes in this latest film, he responded again that it was all him.
“It’s me. It’s not CGI, it’s me,” Cruise said. “I do my own mooning in films. So let it be known — I do my own mooning.”