Talk about an odd couple—has the Internet ever gone bonkers over a video of Paris Hilton getting ready for a date with Tom Cruise on TikTok? That is exactly how it appears at first glance, but the reality is a little shocking. The socialite is shown in the film enjoying every second of the preparation with a man who does resemble Tom Cruise. …or does he?
It becomes clear that the man getting “cozy” with Paris Hilton is not the Top Gun star as they both appear to be getting ready for a date. We’re looking at one of the most well-known Deep fake actors working today; he specializes in playing Tom Cruise. However, as is typical with convincing impersonations, many individuals truly thought this was Tom Cruise.
Who Is Tom Cruise’s Impersonator Miles Fisher?
The person behind the Tom Cruise Deep fakes is Miles Fisher, who has built a name for himself on social media by performing some entertaining skits while eerily resembling the actor. Tom Cruise comes to mind when we see him without the Deep false face because they resemble one another quite a little.
You have to consider how eager he was to adopt Tom Cruise’s persona for these satirical videos as soon as the technology was available. Miles collaborates on innumerable videos with some of the top TikTok and Youtube artists. But one of his preferred subjects for these videos is Paris Hilton. Particularly amusing is the one where they are just eating cereal.
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In conclusion. Even though Paris Hilton and Tom Cruise are not dating, many people believed the prank. The venture investor and novelist Carter Reum is blissfully married to the socialite. When Hilton appeared in Washington, D.C., to protest the s*xual abuse of troubled youths, he was right there at his wife’s side.
There is no doubt that Paris’ husband is completely aware of these movies if she is producing them with Miles Fisher. Tom Cruise has undoubtedly previously seen these elaborately faked videos and is curious about how they are made. Frankly, it’s a little frightening to consider the potential that Deep fakes have.
The video opens with a phony Tom Cruise putting the final touches on his suit. I don’t want to arrive late for this premiere, Paris. He enters a mirror and says, “We’ve got to go. Paris walks into the room with her hair down and in a glittering gown.”
For the benefit of any confused viewers, despite what would appear to be the case, Tom Cruise is not producing TikToks with Paris Hilton. Miles Fisher, an actor, and comedian who frequently collaborates with Hilton on films posted the footage. He has a running joke where he uses special effects to disguise himself as Tom Cruise.
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Deep Fake technology has become more and more well-liked in recent years. In a tweet, Fisher stated, “Paris and I are #sliving our best life.” “Magic did with Paris Hilton and VFX Chris Ume for #Deeptomcruise.” In earlier footage of Fisher, Hilton can be seen cracking jokes and even sharing some cereal. Fisher has mastered his Cruise imitation, which has helped him establish a large online following, despite the use of special effects. He copies Cruise’s voice and expressions with his face, which is astounding enough without the pristine Cruise-face filter.
What Is Deepfake Technology?
The use of computer software to produce videos that appear authentic but aren’t is known as Deepfake technology. Using this technique, a video of Tom Cruise was created that appeared to be him speaking the lines. Deepfakes are altered videos of people who appear to be doing or saying something that they did not say or do. Researchers and legislators continue to disagree over the possibility that Deep fakes could be an issue.
In late 2017, when celebrities were added to porn using computer tools, people started to worry about video forgeries. Yet Deepfakes have also been applied in other contexts.
One of the most well-known instances was included in a 2018 video produced by Jordan Peele’s production firm. Former President Barack Obama is shown in the video advising people not to accept everything they read online. Obama is not, however, the one speaking. It’s Peele acting out the former leader.
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As a doctored video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spread online before the 2020 election, Deepfakes worries grew further. In 2019, the Department of Defense started working on methods to identify Deepfakes in videos through the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. According to the spokesperson, video alterations can be done for amusement (like with Fisher’s Cruise) or riskier purposes (such as disseminating propaganda and false information).
However, despite worries about potential risks, Deepfakes haven’t yet been abused outside of adult videos. Since face-swapping technology has been freely accessible for years, some publications have questioned whether it even poses a serious threat. Fisher stated in his interview with NBC that the Deepfake business he works for “begins with ethics.” He declared, “I believe the technology is morally neutral.” “As it grows, the beneficial effects will far outweigh the harmful applications.”
Paris Hilton Is Married To Carter Reum
TikTok may seem like a fantastic way to trick people, but in November 2021, Hilton will tie the knot with businessman Reum, 41, in a “real fairytale wedding.” The day following their nuptials, Hilton posted a blog entry on her website discussing her initial feelings toward the celebration and her feelings about starting a new marriage.
The big day—my wedding—was yesterday. The happily ever after I’ve been dreaming about since I was a little girl finally started when I got to kiss my Prince, she wrote. She also expressed her delight with her new hubby. Before their wedding, she described how they had their first encounter.
“I told him he couldn’t cry because then I’d start crying and I would ruin my mascara before my walk,” she wrote. Of course, he cried, but I believe I started crying before him. I knew I had finally found my true love at that Cinderella-like moment.
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