It was August of 2017, right around a long time since the arrival of Tom Cruise’s Valkyrie, when Twitter recommended that the on-screen character — for no less than one brief minute — wore a phony butt.
The gossipy tidbits at last advanced toward Cruise himself who affirmed: The butt is genuine.
It began, similar to such a significant number of things do nowadays, with a tweet; a blameless watcher of Valkyrie finding The Butt and offering it to the web and pondering: Hey, is this thing genuine??
hello, please, i present the theory that for one single shot in Valkyrie (2008), at 5:12, tom cruise wears a fake butt. observe: pic.twitter.com/Tw6yTbsQUe
— swizz keats (@iluvbutts247) August 20, 2017
You can’t markdown this hypothesis from @iluvbutts247. The interesting edge combined with Cruise amidst some serious physical acting, in addition to some sheer ensemble office wizardry, make for a butt that looks, in all honesty, improved. For whatever is left of the film, Cruise’s butt (when imagined) resembles a normal human back, and he doesn’t know why the connivance emerged in any case.
“I have no clue,” Cruise told Screenrant. “There was no prosthetic in Valkyrie. No.”
“I do my own particular mooning in films,” he included. “So let it be known — I do my own particular mooning.”
Let the trustworthiness of the butt never be addressed again.