The 43-year-old comedian revealed what Cruise’s work ethic is like, that he expects others to be on their own level.

American actor and comedian Jake Johnson reflected on Hollywood action hero Tom Cruise’s work ethic when evaluating his conduct on film sets.

The 43-year-old comedian acted with Tom Cruise in the 2017 motion picture The Mummy. “He’s an intense guy,” Jake Johnson said on Tuesday, August 10, on an episode of The Daily Beast’s “The Last Laugh” podcast.

Tom Cruise, according to Jake, has expectations of excellent work from his co-stars to match his. “In terms of a filmmaker, he wants to entertain the audience, and if you don’t care about it, it will take your breath away,” he said.

“Because he’s there to entertain the audience and he’s willing to really put himself in danger to do it.”

Jake Johnson mentioned Tom Cruise’s devotion to the job, as he often insists on doing his stunts without the use of stuntmen. “We jumped together buildings that exploded,” he said.

“We were in a three-story building that collapsed, I landed on my back and told him that something went wrong because I got hurt. And he said, ‘Hurt or hurt?’ I said, ‘What’s the difference?’ And he said, ‘Can you go again or is something broken?’ And I said, ‘No, I mean, I can go again.’ Then he says, ‘So you’re hurt.’ Of course you are hurt. You fell off a three-story building. “

Not only did Jake Johnson make the difference between being “hurt” and “hurt,” but he also came face to face with the reality of Tom Cruise. “He’s not pretending,” he continued. “When you see him riding a horse and they throw him, he bends and bends, his back is bruised. But he loves the takes. “