(WATCH) Tom Cruise’s filmography under 10 minutes

Tom Cruise reenacted his filmography—half of it, at least—in a segment for the The Late Late Show with James Corden.

Cruise and Corden performed scenes from some of his unforgettable films.

Tom Cruise Acts Out His Film Career w/ James Corden (MB.COM.PH)

Tom Cruise Acts Out His Film Career w/ James Corden

They recreated a total of 15 films starring Cruise, including the Mission Impossible series, Top Gun (1986), Born on the Fourth of July (1989), Minority Report (2002), Vanilla Sky (2002), The Last Samurai (2003), Rock of Ages (2012), and Edge of Tomorrow (2014).

In recreating “Jerry Maguire” (1996), the duo enlisted Cuba Gooding Jr., who portrayed football player Rod Tidwell in the 1996 film, to depict its famous “show me the money” scene.

Cruise was also able to squeeze in a little promo for his latest film Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, the sequel to his 2012 film, which will be shown in cinemas on October 21.

The pair ended the skit with a #RiskyBusiness as they danced and sang along to Bob Seger’s  Old Time Rock And Roll.

Corden and Cruise made the perfect tribute to the hunk actor’s film career with the aid of a blue screen, an army of props and amazing acting chops.

Lady Gaga returns to NYC bar when she launched her career

NEW YORK  — Lady Gaga returned to the New York City bar where she performed years ago as an unsigned act on the eve of her new album’s release, singing rock and pop songs for an audience including Robert De Niro, Helen Mirren, die-hard fans and music industry insiders.

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Gaga sang tracks from “Joanne,” released Friday, at The Bitter End late Thursday, going from piano to guitar. She was backed by a band that included Mark Ronson, who produced the new album, and Hillary Lindsey, who co-wrote with Gaga.

The Grammy winner, who grew up in New York City, performed songs like “Million Reasons” and “Joanne,” an homage to her aunt who died at 19 from lupus before Gaga was born (Joanne is the singer’s middle name). After the performance inside the bar, Gaga performed outside for her feverish fans. She sang two more songs from the top of the bar’s roof, even sitting down on the edge of the roof to belt out the lyrics as fans and residents cheered her on.

The Thursday show, also attended by Gaga’s mother and father as well as Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer of the Comedy Central series “Broad City,” was the second date on her Dive Bar Tour with Bud Light. She performed the first show two weeks ago in Nashville, Tennessee, and a third performance, at an unannounced location, will take place Oct. 27.

Bruno Mars is pop’s ultimate party boy with hit ’24K Magic’

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Bruno Mars (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP, File)

NEW YORK (AP) — While the world was busy dancing to Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk” at the top of 2015, the singer was partying in the studio and creating his latest groovy hit.

The Grammy-winning star said in an interview with The Associated Press he wrote “24K Magic” around the time “Uptown Funk” topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart last year. “24K Magic” debuted at No. 5 on the Hot 100 chart this week.

The new party anthem was launched with a music video to match its celebratory flavor. So far, it’s racked up more than 46 million views on YouTube.

“You want to kick the door down instead of politely say, ‘Hey guys, check this out.’ So I think that was the whole objective — to make sure the visual came with the song so people can know, ‘When we wrote this, this is what we felt like,’” Mars said. “When I’m performing, this is what I want you to feel like. Hopefully everyone’s partying with us.”

Mars performed the song, his 13th Top 10 hit on the Hot 100 chart, on “Saturday Night Live” last weekend. The tune comes after the massive success of “Uptown Funk” with Mark Ronson, which recently hit RIAA diamond status and won two Grammy Awards this year, including record of the year.

“24K Magic” is the first single — or invitation to the party as Mars puts it — for his third album of the same name, to be released Nov. 18. Two days later, he’ll open the 2016 American Music Awards with a live performance.

The singer-songwriter-producer says when he first came up with the treatment for the video, which features his signature dance moves, playful band and colorful fashion, he overthought it.

“For weeks and weeks and weeks, I wanna say a year, I was thinking about what the video’s going to be … how are we going to distance it from the other videos I’ve done and do something special. And every time I came up with a concept it wasn’t what the song (was about). The song sounds like a party. So it was like, ‘Don’t try to go against the grain,’” said Mars, who co-directed the clip.

When the pop star was in Las Vegas, a light bulb turned on.

“I was like, ‘This is what we got to do. Fly the guys down. Turn the camera on.’”

Jay Z, Madonna nominated for Songwriters Hall

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Jay Z (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)

NEW YORK (AP) — Jay Z, one of contemporary music’s most celebrated lyricists and entertainers, is one of the nominees for the 2017 Songwriters Hall of Fame, and if inducted he would become the first rapper to enter the prestigious music organization.

Jay Z is the first rapper to be nominated for the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

The Songwriters Hall gave The Associated Press the list of nominees Thursday, a day ahead of its official announcement. Other nominees that could be inducted next year are George Michael, Madonna, Bryan Adams, Vince Gill, Babyface, Max Martin, Kool & the Gang and more.

Eligible members can vote for three non-performing songwriters and two performing songwriters until Dec. 16. Five songwriters, or songwriting groups, will be officially inducted at a gala in New York on June 15, 2017.

Other performing nominees include Cat Stevens, Sly Stone, Chicago, Gloria Estefan, Jeff Lynne and David Gates. Non-performing nominees are Kenny Nolan, Randy Goodrum, Tony Macaulay, William “Mickey” Stevenson, Allee Willis, Maury Yeston, Paul Overstreet and the songwriting duos Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham, and Steve Barri and the late P.F. Sloan, who died last year.

Songwriters are eligible for induction after writing hit songs for at least 20 years. Jay Z, who released his debut album, “Reasonable Doubt,” in 1996, has launched multiple hits in the last two decades, from “Big Pimpin’” to “Empire State of Mind.”