Tom Cruise Starring In Super Bowl Commercial With Paris Hilton?!

Tom Cruise Starring In Super Bowl Commercial With Paris Hilton?!

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By Mike Walters on February 11, 2022 at 4:16 PM EST
Updated on February 11, 2022 at 4:39 PM EST

Paris Hilton just teased an incredible new commercial, and it appears to be for a cereal company with Tom Cruise!!

The hotel heiress dropped the footage on Instagram, and it has fans going crazy about the fact that she might be sharing the screen with the biggest actor in the world.

But, it might not be exactly what it seems.

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Paris Hilton & Tom Cruise In A TV Commercial...Together?!

Tom Cruise Starring In Super Bowl Commercial With Paris Hilton?!
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In the commercial, Paris is sitting with the person eating cold cereal -- and it appears to be connected to the video game 'Minecraft.' Of course, Paris drops her signature phrase "That's hot" as she discusses how good the product tastes with her celebrity co-star.

Now, that's when the video takes a bit of a right turn. In the caption Paris writes, "Cereal 🥣 is hot 🔥… well, sorta. 😏💖," and tags a person named Miles Fisher. 

Turns out, Miles is a celebrity impersonator who looks EXACTLY like Tom Cruise and you would never have known unless Paris Hilton pointed it out!

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See The Incredible Video, It Looks Just Like Tom Cruise!

Tom Cruise Starring In Super Bowl Commercial With Paris Hilton?!
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As we reported, Miles Fisher has over 3 million followers on TikTok and is using "deepfake technology" in order to impersonate the 'Mission Impossible' actor. Scroll down to see the entire video!

On Instagram, famous friends and fans are going nuts over the video. 'Jersey Shore' star JWoww commented, "Is this the matrix? 😂😂😂how is that NOT Tom Cruise?!

"But but … that’s Tom Cruise 😱😱," another added.

"Are you trying to say this isn’t Tom Cruise cuz that’s a lie," one fan wrote, not wanting to believe the truth.

During a recent interview with the Today Show, Fisher revealed he is the "unofficial face "of the "deep fake movement."

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To be clear, Miles does have a strong resemblance to Cruise in real life but works with technology to help make it more lifelike than ever before. You can imagine where this is going...

"As I find myself the unofficial face of this deep fake movement, it’s important to learn and I’m fascinated by this. This is the bleeding edge of technology," Miles said.

He continued, "I think we’ve created the first deepfake that’s so realistic, that a large majority of people have seen."

According to reports, the REAL Tom Cruise has not asked for them to stop using the technology, and it has parlayed into a company called 'Metaphysic.'

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Miles Fisher Stars In Several Other Tom Cruise-Like Videos

"How can we use this technology by creating kind of identity rights?” Fisher asked. Answering, "Let’s say Tom Cruise gave us the consent for this likeness, where we could move beyond just small parody clips. Everybody gets paid for that intellectual property."

The problem is, not everyone is convinced this is a good idea. In 2019, a law professor at the University of Maryland told NBC News, "Deepfakes can cause real, concrete harm. Whether that’s a deepfake sex video, or a fake porn video targeting political enemies, or a well-timed deepfake, may be used to cause harm to an IPO. And, in unrest, if you time it just right, you can incite violence."

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Of course, it is on the radar of law enforcement and the FBI, who says they are tracking the development of deepfake technology and "will continue to investigate any violations of federal law and actors that may use them for nefarious acts."

In the end, it doesn't even appear to be a commercial, just a really crazy video of Paris Hilton and NOT Tom Cruise eating cereal together!

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