The Cincinnati Bengals drove away from the Kansas City Chiefs for securing its position in the third Super Bowl in franchise history. Before this event, Tom Cruise added new excitement to the AFC championship game through a promo. It contained mixed footage of NFL highlights of the two competing teams and his new movie “Top Gun: Maverick”.
Tom Cruise’s role in the film
Originally scheduled to release 36 years ago in 1986, the new film will finally be screened from May 27 in theatres. In the movie, the 59-year-old actor Tom Cruise will reiterate his part as Captain Pete “Maverick” Mitchell. To produce a great teaser, he has developed a partnership with CBS.
The NFL promo featuring Tom Cruise
The clip runs for two minutes and bears the title, ‘The Time is Now. Here, the actor inspires the masses with a speech about football and patriotism. The game resulted in an overtime win for the Bengals. Evan McPherson scored a walk-off field goal in the game.
Tom Cruise’s comments about the game
Cruise remarked, “Today, two teams take the field, two teams who have personified what it takes to make it to the top.” He also said, “Two teams who have outlasted their opponents, outsmarted the experts, and are prepared to prove, once and for all, who is the best of the best.”
Tom Cruise also mentioned the appearance of each franchise in the AFC championship game. He concluded his epic rant by quoting the clip’s name and encouraging all viewers to “kick the tires and light the fires.”
The actor observed that the two teams had played remarkably while committing to putting in their best efforts. “The stage is set, it’s the Kansas City Chiefs against the Cincinnati Bengals and a dogfight for the AFC championship. The actor observed that the two teams had played remarkably while committing to putting in their best efforts. So, let’s kick the tires and light the fires because the time is now.”