Paramount Studios pushed back the July release to November so the actor, 58, could attend premieres. The action star intends to jet across Europe, including attending a large-scale London premiere for the follow-up to the 1986 action movie.
It was thought a July premiere may mean restrictions on attending full-scale galas.
Cruise is famous for walking around the crowds and chatting to fans at his London premieres, often for as long as three hours.
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