James Corden shares Tom Cruise's texts revealing his plans to land a helicopter in his London garden and go for dinner

JAMES Corden has revealed Tom Cruise plans to land a helicopter in his London garden.

The Late Late Show host shared his private text exchange with the A-lister that showed the star say he was going to fly in for dinner.


Tom, 59, is currently in the UK filming Mission: Impossible 7 and it appears he is trying to land his helicopter all over the place.

Earlier this week, Tom landed his aircraft in a garden in Warwickshire and now he's trying to land on the comedian's property.

James, who is British but lives in LA, is back home for the summer living in London to visit family, and says Tom was keen to stop by.

He revealed the texts on his chat show Late Late Show, saying Tom sent them a few weeks ago.

It started with James texting Tom: "I’m in London until mid-August, filming a new show. Let me know if you wanna grab a green juice x x x."

According to James, Tom replied: "What? You are here? We gotta find some time to grab some dinner. Are you at Coworth? I can land my Heli there!"

"Here till august. Staying in St Johns Wood. Would love to see you x," James responded.

Keen for it to happen, Tom said: "We are going to make that happen. Can I land my Heli in your yard?"

James replied with a string of laughing emojis.

"Does this mean no?" Tom replied.

James joked: "I’ll measure it out, but my hunch is you can’t land a helicopter in St Johns Wood."

Tom said back: "You’d be surprised where I can land!"

The star made a family's week recently after he landed his helicopter in their garden.

He borrowed Alison Webb's huge field for a scene in the latest Mission: Impossible, as the nearby Coventry Airport was temporarily closed.

Paying thanks, Tom let Alison's children take a trip in the helicopter and posed for a number of photos with the kids.

Speaking to the BBC, Alison said: "I thought it would be kind of cool for the kids to see the helicopter land in the garden.

"He [Tom Cruise] basically arrived and got out and it was like, 'Wow'.

"He went straight over to the children for a chat, then came over and elbow bumped us and said thank you very much."


 

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