Tom’s 2012 is starting with the same sizzle his 2011 ended with. Thanks to fans like you, Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol is poised to become Tom’s highest-grossing film ever, with $580.3 million in worldwide revenue to date. That’s only $12 million behind War of the Worlds, his most successful movie.
And now he’s honored to be presenting at the 84th Academy Awards on Sunday, February 26th. Fans who have followed his career closely know this isn’t his first dance with the entertainment industry’s most hallowed ceremony: Not only has Tom received three Academy Award nominations, one each for his roles in Born On The Fourth Of July, Jerry Maguire and Magnolia, but he also presented the Best Director Oscar to Steven Soderbergh for his work on Traffic at the 73rd Academy Awards ceremony.
If you didn’t get to see Tom when he and much of the Mission: Impossible crew visited four continents to spread the word about Ghost Protocol, then here’s your chance. The award ceremony will be broadcast live on ABC from the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles to 225 countries around the world. If you already have plans that night, no problem! Download the official Oscars app here, and follow the excitement wherever you are.
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