Tom Cruise put his pilot's license to good use as he took "The Late Late Show" host James Corden on a few "terrifying" flights in the sky ahead of the "Top Gun: Maverick" release on Friday, May 27. "I'm very excited that James is doing this," Cruise admitted in a special segment where he prepped to fly Corden in both a vintage fighter plane and a modern war jet. "Was he the first late night show that I asked?
Hell no. He was just the first one, the only one, to say yes." "I'm gonna go up in a 75-year-old plane with someone who isn't a pilot?
Yeah, that sounds like a good idea," Corden said. After Cruise insisted he was in fact a pilot, the talk show host said: "With all due respect, you played a lawyer in ‘A Few Good Men.’ I wouldn't want you to represent me in court." Tom Cruise and James Corden go for a joyride ahead of "Top Gun: Maverick" release. (Terence Patrick/CBS) Cruise took Corden for a ride in a 1944 fighter airplane, which Corden admitted "even this is terrifying" as he climbed in. "The Cats" star quickly hoisted up a "Help Me" sign in the window after joking about asking for the WiFi password.Read more on foxnews.com