Tom Cruise says he enjoys performing stunts so much he has to be told to stop smiling.
The Hollywood star, 58, has been filming sequel Top Gun: Maverick.
He told The Graham Norton Show: "I am a very physical actor and I love doing them (stunts).
"I study and train and take a lot of time figuring it all out. I have broken a lot of bones.
"The first time of any stunt is nerve-racking but it also exhilarating. I have been told a few times during shooting a stunt to stop smiling."
He said of reprising the famous role: "It was just that moment when I thought, 'If I'm going to do this, now's the time.'"
Cruise told Norton: "Being here is the first time I have been out of the film bubble - this is just incredible.
"From the moment we were in lockdown I have been working seven days a week almost around the clock because we were finishing Top Gun and prepping Mission Impossible.
"They shut down Mission and said we wouldn't film for another year, so I had to figure it out.
"We worked with governments, doctors and our crew to keep everyone working - I haven't had that banana bread moment yet."
Norton's chat show also features Cruise's Top Gun co-stars Jennifer Connelly and Miles Teller, as well as actors Felicity Jones and Wunmi Mosaku, comic John Bishop, and music from Years & Years.
Mosaku has been nominated for a Bafta for her role in horror thriller His House.
But asked if she likes horror TV and movies, she said: "I don't like being scared just for the sake of it. I don't get it and it's not my cup of tea.
"I don't know why I find myself in them. I much prefer love stories and musicals. I did forget it was a horror because there is so much heart and humanity in it."
The Graham Norton Show airs on BBC One on Friday at 10.45pm and is also available on BBC iPlayer.