Tom Cruise is not afraid to show his face, even though his face just went viral for all the wrong reasons.
Reemerging after shocking new photos of the actor revealed he might've gotten way too much filler injected into his unusually puffy looking profile, the 59-year-old Academy Award winner was spotted touching down in Los Angeles, California, on Wednesday afternoon.
The Mission: Impossible star let life imitate art by piloting his own plane for the expedition, before making a quick exit on his flashy motorcycle.
Despite his hurry to get the hell outta there, photographers still captured snapshots of the actor's mug, which was as plump and stiff as it was over the weekend when he was in San Francisco with his middle child, 26-year-old Connor Cruise, watching Game 2 of the MLB's National League Division Series.
Though the photos of his father-son outing landed him at the center of conversation on online, a grinning Tom did not seem fazed by the all the speculation surrounding his face.
Wearing a blue baseball cap and matching sweater, the Top Gun star pulled out his water canister and took a hearty swig.
After exiting from the aircraft, he swapped his cardigan for a leather jacket and hopped on a red bike, which was awaiting him on the tarmac.
Cruise received his private pilot's license in 1994 and has flown aircrafts, including helicopters, in several of his movies.
It's not surprising that Tom looked as though he was unbothered by all the Twitter chatter. After all, he's a pro at not caring what people think!
Still, it shocked many to see the otherwise genetically blessed man looking like – well – a social media influencer.
Following his appearance at Oracle Park, where the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the San Francisco Giants, RadarOnline.com spoke to two plastic surgery and cosmetic procedure experts to get their professional takes on the situation (situation being Tom's face, not the game).
Dr. Frank Agullo, aka Dr. Worldwide, told us, "Tom Cruise has always seemed to defy aging, but in this photo, it seems like he has gained facial weight or had too much fillers to the cheeks."
"He has excess upper eyelid skin and wrinkles around the eyes, which would benefit from a blepharoplasty and skin tightening," he added. "He is also showing jowls and loose neck skin, which would benefit from skin tightening or a lower facelift."
Pam Agullo, MD, agreed.
"Shocked to see how much Tom Cruise has changed. He had managed to look so good for such a long time," she told us. "Definitely seems like he has gained a lot of weight, or is a case of filler abuse."
"If that's the case, it is the perfect example of how, under inexperienced hands, fillers actually make you look older," she added, noting that it "would be interesting to see if the rest of his body shows weight gain as well though."
Based on the full-body shots from Wednesday, though, Cruise is in his usual tip-top shape.
While she advises the star to "take an aggressive anti-aging approach asap," she also thinks he may be "suffering from thinning hair, too."