Spotlight on Tom Cruise – Tom Cruise has been entertaining us at the movies for more than 30 years, and he's still going strong. With his latest release, sci-fi action thriller "Edge of Tomorrow," now in theaters, we take a look back at the actor's time in the limelight:
'Risky Business' (1983) – This scene from 1983's "Risky Business," which features Cruise's Joel Goodson dancing around sans his pants, has been immortalized in Guitar Hero commercials and 1999's "Never Been Kissed."
'Rain Man' (1988) – Cruise starred with Dustin Hoffman in 1988's "Rain Man." The film won four Academy Awards, including best picture.
'A Few Good Men' (1992) – Jack Nicholson's Col. Nathan R. Jessup told Cruise's Lt. Daniel Kaffee, "You can't handle the truth!" in 1992's "A Few Good Men." The film was nominated for four Academy Awards.
June 1993 – Cruise received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1993.
'Eyes Wide Shut' (1999) – Cruise and Kidman's characters got hot and steamy in 1999's "Eyes Wide Shut."
August 2001 – Cruise dated his "Vanilla Sky" co-star, Penélope Cruz, until 2004.
'The Last Samurai' (2003) – "The Last Samurai," which hit theaters in December 2003, was nominated for four Academy Awards.
June 2005 – Cruise took young actress Dakota Fanning under his wing for Steven Spielberg's "War of the Worlds" in 2005.
June 2005 – In June 2005, actress Katie Holmes flashed her engagement ring at the London premiere of "War of the Worlds."
June 2010 – Cruise's Les Grossman was such a hit in 2008's "Tropic Thunder," he got back into character for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards.
December 2011 – Cruise greeted fans at the Madrid premiere of "Mission Impossible -- Ghost Protocol" in 2011.
'Rock of Ages' (2012) – Cruise played rock star Stacee Jaxx in Adam Shankman's Rock of Ages," which hit theaters in June.
'Oblivion' (2013) – Cruise has apparently developed a taste for sci-fi in his later years, as prior to "Edge of Tomorrow" he starred in another futuristic flick called "Oblivion." Playing a veteran who's sent to Earth to extract the planet's remaining resources, Cruise's turn alongside Morgan Freeman was met with a modest reception.