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Study Shows When Tom Cruise Runs, Movies Make More Money


**Mission: Impossible - Fallout** is dominating the box office. A new study found that Tom Cruise movies in which he's running perform better than others. Comicbook.com reports Rotten Tomatoes counted the number of running steps Cruise takes per movie. "The biggest trend? Movies featuring Cruise running more than 1,000 feet have a higher Tomatometer average (a huge 71%) than the movies in which he runs less than that, or not at all – and the same movies make more money at the box office." Rotten Tomatoes The website says Cruise ran the most (3,212 feet) in **Mission: Impossible III**.

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