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Tom Cruise and Jimmy Fallon Act Out Scripts Written by Kids

'The Tonight Show' puts 'The Mummy' actor to work.

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Tom Cruise went on The Tonight Show to promote his new film, The Mummy.

And as long as he was there, host Jimmy Fallon put the actor to work.

Fallon enlisted Cruise to play “Kid Theater,” in which the pair read and partially acted out scripts by school children. The duo performed scenes with themes from the actor’s new supernatural movie, including a memorable bit involving mummy who enjoyed eating hot dogs “with dust.”

Cruise also surprised the audience with tickets to his film’s New York premiere.