Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg were filmed at Glastonbury 2024 joining a crowd in singing Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ ahead of Coldplay’s headlining set.

Cruise and Pegg were photographed alongside fellow actor Gillian Anderson and Mission Impossible director Christopher McQuarrie standing on a platform at the Pyramid Stage, waiting to watch Coldplay’s set on Saturday (June 29).

In video shared by BBC 6 Music’s Matt Everitt, Cruise and Pegg are seen joining the crowd below them in singing the chorus of ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’, Pegg dramatically waving his arms like a conductor.

Pegg was present at Glastonbury to introduce Shaun of the Dead for a 20th anniversary screening alongside director Edgar Wright that same day as part of the festival’s Pilton Palais Cinema programming. Just a week ago, Cruise was spotted attending Taylor Swift’s three-night Eras Tour run at Wembley Stadium.

Coldplay’s headlining set on Saturday has made them the only act to headline Glasto’s Pyramid Stage five times. They brought out several guests, including rapper Little Simz to perform new song ‘We Pray’, and Back To The Future actor Michael J. Fox to play guitar on two songs in the encore.

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