In the midst of the negative noise surrounding this year's The Mummy release, Tom Cruise also remains atop headlines thanks to social media and a new meme.

Dubbed #TomCruiseClinging, the hashtag centers around the image of Cruise hanging onto the side of a jet in Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation. Now, the picture has been Photoshopped in a slew of pretty hilarious ways, even showcasing the 54-year-old actor clinging onto Donald Trump’s hair while it blows in the wind, or from the tail of the whale in Free Willy, for example.

But does Tom himself think these memes are any good? Well, thanks to BBC, above you can see Cruise reacting to the social media craze centered around himself.

So, which meme is your favorite?

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