The skies got a little sweeter thanks to Tom Cruise.
A new report claims that A-list star wanted to do something nice for the London-based "Mission: Impossible 7" crew, so he had 300 cakes flown across the Atlantic Ocean.
The cakes were from his favorite bakery in Los Angeles.
"Tom wanted to give the team on 'Mission: Impossible' a treat for Christmas and decided that only cakes from his favorite bakery in L.A. would do," an insider told The U.S. Sun. "He organized for the shop to make 300 cakes especially and they were then flown back to the U.K. on his jet."
In all, the cakes went on a 5,500-mile journey.
"It is extravagant, but Tom is an incredibly generous person and he wanted to do something special for everyone who has worked on the movie with him," the source said.
Tom's latest "Mission: Impossible" film wrapped in September.
Last year, Tom, who plays Ethan Hunt in the franchise, was caught on tape ripping the "Mission: Impossible" crew for violating COVID protocols on set.
In the expletive-laced tirade, which was published by The Sun and soon went viral, Tom yelled, "I don't ever want to see it again. Ever! And if you don't do it, you're fired, and I see you do it again, you're f****** gone."
Tom, who's also a producer on the film, noted the importance of following mitigation rules from a financial standpoint.
"You can tell it to the people who are losing their f****** homes because our industry is shut down. It's not going to put food on their table or pay for their college education. That's what I sleep with every night," he screamed. "So I'm sorry. I am beyond your apologies. I have told you, and now I want it, and if you don't do it, you're out."
Many in Hollywood supported Tom's message. Months later, Tom said he didn't regret his outburst.
"I said what I said," he told Empire in May. "There was a lot at stake at that point. … But it wasn't my entire crew. I had the crew leave the set, and it was just select people."
Recalling the return to filming during the pandemic, he added, "All those emotions were going through my mind. And for the whole crew to know that we'd started rolling on a movie was just a huge relief … It was very emotional."