Tom Cruise and his son Connor Cruise had a blast at a recent L.A. Dodgers baseball game. But the rest of the audience wasn't so excited to see the celebrity acting duo.
When Tom and Connor were featured on the big screen at the stadium, they were greeted with a series of loud boos. Adding insult to injury, Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston was also featured on the screen and got a huge round of cheers and applause from the crowd.
The story broke after members of the crowd began tweeting about the incident, including L.A. Times sports reporter Greg Beacham.
Bryan Cranston wildly cheered on scoreboard after Tom Cruise booed earlier. Dodger Stadium has impeccable taste.— Greg Beacham (@gregbeacham) October 16, 2013
The Jack Reacher star and his son with Nicole Kidman sat in a celebrity box for the game and didn't show signs of being bothered by the fan reaction. Connor later tweeted about the game, thanking the LA police department for providing security at the event.
Thank you LAPD for your help at Dodger Stadium today! And for the escort!— Connor Cruise (@TheConnorCruise) October 16, 2013
Both father and son are keeping busy with their respective entertainment careers. 51-year-old Tom just announced that he'll be filming a fifth installment of his hit Mission: Impossible series, and 18-year-old Connor is busy working as a DJ.